Yes, you will need to turn the flywheel bolt clockwise to loosen it. You will also need to hold the flywheel from turning while doing this, or use an impact driver.
Edit: I assume you have a bike made before 1994, is this correct?
2006 Ninja500R Purchased new July 2006; 0 miles. Miles as of January 2020; 108,827 . It's a GO bike, not a SHOW bike.
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Last edited by bpe; 6-9-2019 at 10:48 AM.
Reason: Gen1 info