Posted December 01, 2003 - 05:44 PM
tiout, what i was getting at with the kick start was to seperate the flywheel key issue from the rest of the motor. now you need to seperate the crankshaft/top end from the transmission to figure out which is locked up. if you have found a broken gear there is a good chance a piece of it has gotten between a couple of other gears. i don't want to make you think i can fix your bike over the internet but we may be able to get you pointed in the right direction. if you don't mind doing some work try taking the side cover off that covers the clutch. take the clutch plates out. the outer part of the clutch basket turns the crank, the inner turns the transmission. turn the inner and try to shift gears. if you can get through the gears your probably okay there. if not you may have at least located where the problem is. if you have made sure there is nothing jammed up with the flywheel(idler gears have been removed)and the transmission is free, try turning the outer part of the clutch. if it is still locked up (aside from engine compression) your problems probably in that half of the engine. i hate to say it but this is where my two cents(maybe less) worth of advice ends. i couldn't even begin to tell you how to diagnose the top end or what gear might be jammed. i hope i helped a little. hope you pulled the filter out when you drained the oil, any engine debris will be in the filter. good luck.