So after looking for a how to on this subject for a long time, I never really found one. I have managed to do it though and it was easier than expected so here's how I did it. It's going to be in a bunch of parts since there are a lot of pix.
Step 1: Crankcase Removal
This took me a really long time. Namely because I did not have the right tool, an IMPACT DRIVER. If you don't have one and want to do this, I'd strongly reccomend getting one (scootertherapy.com $20). If you're stubborn or in college (ie poor) you can do it like this. Get a can of LIQUID WRENCH (LW) and some NEEDLE NOSE VICE GRIPS (NNVG). Spray the 15 screws with the liquid wrench every time you go into the garage for about 4 or 5 days. I laid the bike on its side to let it soak in but just dose it in the stuff.
When you're out of LW or patience, clamp the NNVG around the screw head as tight as you can and wiggle it back and forth until you loose the grip on the screw. Repeat until the screw has broken free and remove it the rest of the way with a screwdriver.
Some of the screws are harder to grip than others but it _can_ be done... don't give up.
I ended up replacing all the screws in the end with 30mm M6 machine screws which I got at Tractor Supply, so don't worry about the condition of the old hardware.
-Step 2: Loose Parts
Now that you have the cover off grab the loose parts (attachment) before you loose the (like I did). There is a washer on the kickshaft, a ratcheting arm, and the spring for that arm. Put them in a bag and set them out of the way.