LoudFastUgly said:You'll want:
a complete gasket set,
a complete seal set,
the mesh oil filter is usually destroyed,
clutch plates; heavy duty springs for an adult; a new clutch nut (you'll figure out why when you get there).
Other than that the bottom end is bullet proof. Under normal wear and tear there should be no need to split the cases.
Top end you'll need
Piston Pin Clips,
timing chain and sprocket kit
Aside from catastrophic failure there's no reason not to rebuild these engines.
LoudFastUgly said:Those are for a manual clutch, not auto.
LoudFastUgly said:Possibly a bent shift fork or worn dogs.
Transmission is an early Latin word, meaning: "to be fixed by others" or "not to be tinkered with". These little Honda's have one of the simplest tranny's ever.
Beware, if your not overly handy, this is not your territory.
Ps, did you get your fenders yet?