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    Angry Engine is in the air BUT still hooked up HELP '03 XLT 800

    I have a "Build" thread over on the Builds Sub-forum...

    So, as you can see by the pictures, motor is on the cherry picker but I am still hooked to electrical box. I have been following the Engine Removal manual that SBT produced for the Yamaha 800 and it has helped but some thing have been very different. Appears previous owner also removed the oil pump which I plan to put back on. The SBT manual claims that all wires have quick connects but mine does not. I have circled the issues, the plug will not pass through the "hole" on the box and I am not sure how to proceed. Do I just remove the flywheel magneto to at least free the engine? Thanks
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