Any help would be appreciated. I stalled the bike in the woods. Hit the magic button and it seemed I got a lean backfire. Hit it again and "click click". I heard the starter bendix gear moving, that's it. The kick starter would not move at all. When put in gear and rocked, engine would not move at all. I washed it and removed the left side cover. Removed the "starter gears" to completely isolate that from the crank. I removed the rotor nut (previous owner did the locktite mod). The rotor nut seemed to be at the correct torque when removed. When I look down where the woodruff key should be, it's hard to tell if it is there. I don't have a puller to remove the rotor (I'm going to try to borrow one from a dealership tomorrow). The crank now turns, but does not "sound" how it should. I can kick the bike through the stroke (I'm doing this gently, as I fear further damage) and it feels totally wrong. Tranny and clutch appear to work fine. In nuetral, the engine is correctly isolated from the engine. Has anyone else had a failure like this? Is this just a simple woodruff key failure? Any help would be appreciated.