Re: Can you skim my plan for restoration?
As you clean and lube the bike, you will discover all the things that should be repaired or replaced. I agree with Crasius that you shouldn't disassemble the engine. If it won't run, replacement engines do not cost a whole lot.
Replacement throttles are available from almost all engine sellers. I made a thumb throttle from an old thumb shifter. It was easier on my aging hands and it survived some good falls.
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