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It's been said there's nothing more expensive than a free motorycycle, but my guess is this bike will prove that wrong...
yeah, it wasn't free.

whats a good 996 worth?

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Looks to me like a hard right side hit which tore the battery and relays off. Clutch cover needs to be pulled off and the basket examined. The imprint of the clutch spring retainers on the cover means the engine stopped while the bike was sliding on the cover. The last thing I'd do is put a battery on the bike.

The first thing, I'd do is take the clutch cover off and make sure the engine is free.

The good news is the bike was probably not running while on its side......
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I think you are going to end up with a part out bike. While $500 is nothing when you can sell the exhaust and wheels and make $ if you try to fix this up it’s going to be $$!!!
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Pulled the clutch cover off found 2 hub stubs sheared off.


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Was the clutch pack dry? Was there oil under the cover? Gotta figure out where the oil went. Pull the clutch hub (it needs to be replaced anyway) and give the housing and the clutch main shaft seal a very close look.
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No oil behind cover, clutch pack looks dry. When I got the bike I couldn’t tell by the oil sight glass whether there was any oil in it or not so drained and refilled with new filter. Oil looked to be a full load and actually looked pretty good.


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Was the clutch pack dry? Was there oil under the cover? Gotta figure out where the oil went. Pull the clutch hub (it needs to be replaced anyway) and give the housing and the clutch main shaft seal a very close look.


It’s probably on the side stand. That’s why oil isn’t showing in the glass.


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Don't listen to anyone but me! It's a great purchase and an easy fix. Less than $1000, if you do the work, and you have a great bike. (Given the engine is good)
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Don't listen to anyone but me! It's a great purchase and an easy fix. Less than $1000, if you do the work, and you have a great bike. (Given the engine is good)
Now that I’d like to see.... (even if the engine is good)

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It can be done for less than $800. I am assuming that he does the labor.

Fairings $200 (It's easy to repair OEM rashed fairing from ebay)
Battery $80
Tank and fuel pump. $250
Grips $14
Used clutch hub, springs, retainers $60-75
Clutch cover $15 (optional)
Oil and filter $65
Brake lever $16

$715 with plenty to spare.

Minus the gas tank and fuel pump, it's a regular crash for a track day. Quite similar to my last one minus the tank and oil. I repaired the nose and side fairing and had a spare clutch cover. I was back in acceptable appearance and proper running condition for around $200.
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