I found a bike with 26 miles on it for $4500. Can't beat the price. Looks like a few things with this bike cause all of the failures: 1) The Jetting on the carb is too lean and causes backfires 2) The rotor nut is not properly torque at the factory 3) The taper on the rotor is too short and too steep, so a higher torque, lapping and loctite are need to make it stay in place 4) The starter gears do not roll backwards 5) So, when the rotor turns backwards due to backfires, the rotor spins but not the flywheel breaking the woodruff key, killing the timing, thus no starting 6) Simple answer, lap rotor, torque, and loctite rotor nut, properly jet to prevent backfires (Oh Yeah, it will run like a beast with proper jetting) 7) TAKE THE GEARS OUT OF THE STARTER, the real problem is the starter gears DO NOT roll backwards Well, I took to the local shop that sold the bike to the original owner in April this year. They are rechecking the rotor torque and woodruff key. I will have them take out the starter gears before I bring it home. E-start is cool; not pushing a bike 2 miles is cooler.