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cb599 engine locked up?

Ok so I picked up a 2006 cb600f roller with a title. I've been going over it trying to assess it. I want to know is there a way to turn the crank other than the sprocket to see if it's locked up? There is no chain. The sprocket bolt is loose. So I can't turn the motor over. Should I go on the other side and pop off the casing? I put a battery in but the starter isn't getting power just yet. I tried turning the sprocket by hand in gear. Not happening... Any ideas?

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I'd also like to add the back tire looks like someone did a big old burn out. Hope they didn't blow it up!

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Not familiar with the 599, but on the 919 you can remove the timing cover on the right side and turn the engine with a socket wrench.

You should also be able to put a wrench on the front sprocket nut and turn it if the bike is in gear (assuming the chain is off).

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Not familiar with the 599, but on the 919 you can remove the timing cover on the right side and turn the engine with a socket wrench.

You should also be able to put a wrench on the front sprocket nut and turn it if the bike is in gear (assuming the chain is off).
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Ok I will try it. I can't turn the sprocket bolt towards the front of the bike because its loose already. So I will try the timing cover. Thanks!

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Ya I think its locked up. Shit

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Dibs on the forkksss!!!!!!!

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All kidding aside you can prolly break that engine free... ive heard of pouring oil over the cams and into the cylinder and letting it sit for a while. So goes the story with an old suzuki 250 quad racer.

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Fill the cylinders with diesel. It sometimes will free up seizures.

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Dibs on the forkksss!!!!!!!
Dibs have already been called people.

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2nd dibs behind wolf.

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Did you pull the plugs while cracking? Makes it easier when you aren't fighting compression.

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post #13 of 13 Old 03-12-2014, 01:38 PM Thread Starter
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Did you pull the plugs while cracking? Makes it easier when you aren't fighting compression.

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Nope. I will try that and what everyone else suggested as well. I'm not giving up yet vultures...lol.

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