Hello all...new to me DRZ400SM, I bought it with known engine damage that turned out to be the big end con rod bearing let go and spit debris everywhere. It would start and run, but smoked, and knocked of course. I've replaced the crankshaft assembly, the piston and cylinder. It's all back together, with no issues except: the engine will only rotate counter-clockwise (as viewed from the left side, turning from the left side crank nut with inspection cover removed). Hitting the e-start button only results in a heavy click of the solenoid, no engine rotation at all, even by hand...it's completely locked only in a clockwise direction. I popped the starter out and it spins freely with the start button depressed, and I verified the starter clutch is installed properly, with washers in their proper spots. I found a thread on TT where a guy had this similar problem after doing the loctite process as recommended on this site (which I also did). His fix was aligning the counterbalancer & crank sprockets on the right side, dot-to-dot and to a mark on the case. I definitely set the dot-to-dot part with the crank at TDC, dots were definitely aligned. I didn't align anything to the case mark as he mentioned, however prior to disassembly I noted with the crank at TDC the dots were aligned, so I followed the same process on reassembly. I'm not convinced this is my problem. It's locked so tight CW, like the sprag for the starter gear is acting on the flywheel also. Looking for a little help, any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!