Those were the worst links I have ever seen. Operators manuals and the site to a company that doesn't even make a 110cc atv. Awsome.
If it is anything like the one I was working on remove the cover on the right hand side of the engine (it should be 4 bolts) You have to look carefully at where the bolts go and the parting lines of the case so you remove the correct ones. The starter is probably driving a sprocket and chain. If you remove the bolts that hold the starter on and it's loose, but you can't get it out the chain is still attached. I eventually got mine out by turning it, but you will have to remove the cover to get the chain back on the new starter anyway. Hope this helps.