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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old Aug 2nd, 2019, 2:09 pm Thread Starter
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I bled top and rear too.also changed even break
Fluid too.
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post #12 of 26 (permalink) Old Aug 2nd, 2019, 3:05 pm
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You said in your first post this this happens in the first few minutes of riding?
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No.it is the same during all riding.shifting gears up or down is quiet difficult.unless l open throttle a little, not possible to shift.
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Sounds like you've tried everything else. Maybe your mechanic is right. It may be best to have him do it.
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Not sure I would trust this mechanic, first time I heard of a bike with a wet clutch needing this kind of process.

If your clutch is dragging a lot, it will make loud clunks when you shift into first. Also you can check with the rear wheel up (center stand or rear stand), start the bike, shift in first holding the clutch, the wheel moving a little is normal but if it's catching speed, your clutch is dragging)

if you say it's quite difficult to shift with engine off, and you don't have clutch drag, then I would suspect the alignment of the shift mechanism.
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I do not have neither center stand nor rear stand.But, if I keep the bike upright and engine off, pushing and shifting, difficult to find first gear from neutral.
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Maybe a few dragstrip style launches?
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Maybe a few dragstrip style launches?
what does that mean.sorry ı did not understand??
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