I noticed something while pulling the flywheel on my '06 to swap it with a GYT-R unit that could cause considerable frustration or possible damage for someone if it were to go unnoticed. The puller used for this job is the same as for a CRF450. The puller has internal threads, and a pressure screw to bear against the crank, as you might expect. Less usual, but a nice detail, is the thread protecting cap that screws onto the crank, and comes with at least the Motion Pro puller. The idea is that the cap screws on the crank to provide a hardened surface for the pressure screw to bear on other than the end of your $300 crankshaft. So, it's a good thing, right? Well, yes, except that, at least in the case of the MP tool, the protective cap can be screwed on so far that it contacts the flywheel, just like the retaining nut does, and would serve the same purpose, which of course would work against any attempt to remove the flywheel. There are no instructions that warn anyone against this, you just have to see it and realize the potential problem. So, the thing to do is to screw the cap onto the crank only part way as far as it will go, leaving about a quarter inch (6 mm) gap between the nut and flywheel as shown here. That will give the flywheel enough room to pop free without interference. Then it will slide off once the puller is removed. Note also that the cap may turn down a little tighter than where you left it as the puller works, so give it just a bit more than what you see here. One of the cool things about these flywheels is that they require no special holder because of the 19mm wrench flats cut into them.