That looks (and smells) familiar! I have also used PSN on several occasions and have only good things to say about them.Hey JM
I have been steadily working on the 700. In order to remove the flywheel i had to take out the gas tank. I'm glad i did that and found some fixable rust areas. By the way the service manual is worth the 10 bucks and i now have a gear pulling set. The problem was very evident when the flywheel popped off literally. I have two burnt Stator coils and you can smell the electrical burnt condition as soon as it came off. My concern is the condition of the inside of the flywheel. As you can see from the photo is is severely pitted from the stator condition. What are my options with the flywheel? It looks like it has a pressed in sleeve that may be able to be replaced buts that me thinking or hoping i don't need a new one. Check out the attached files and see what you think. I'm guessing the stator is the smoking gun and my problem persists after this repair all that's left is the ECM. Thoughts?