97 GSX-R 750
D16z6, how do I remove this beast, do I need an impact gun? Also how do I keep it from spinning while I'm turning it?
I would like to know how this worked on a honda motor, when the motor runs "counter clockwise" and the crank bolt tightens "clockwise", therefore when you put the wrench on it and "bump" the key for the starter to engage you will be tightening the bolt, not loosening it. i've done that kinda shit on ford and chevys but it won't/don't work on or D-Series motors.put a big breaker bar on the bolt, lower the car so the handle of the breaker bar touches the ground. crank the car over, but don't start it. it should knock it right off. worked for me...
LOL...you got problems...rofl...you got problems but anywayz i have also heard of wedging things into the flywheel and putting the car in gear but if you were supposed to do it that way then they wouldnt have tools to do it with do it right the first time and wrong twice is good advice to take in mind