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Help: How to remove Daytona 675 engine?

I'm in the process of swapping out a semi-blown motor for a newer one. Fast forward: I removed the wiring and everything else holding the bike up. I also removed the 3-4+ rods holding the engine into the frame.

My issue is that the header portion of the bike is being held up by the part of the frontal frame close to the radiator. I have a dolly and a few pals standing by ready to catch the engine, but it's staying put

Any tips or suggestions for removal? (or past posts?)
I can't find any.

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You need to loosen the frame adjusters. There in the frame on the right side where the frame bolts go all the way through.
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We have down numerous engine changes on out race bikes.

You do need to loosen up the adjusters as said but the engine swings into the frame and doesn't just lift in. Swing the bottom out first and then the top should be able to come down and out
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