So i have a 2004 900 tre and if i could ever find nutral when i come to a stop I would love it. So any suggestions or ideas how to fix this
The gearbox was made this way on purpose. It started life as a race bike, where neutrals are bad.So i have a 2004 900 tre and if i could ever find nutral when i come to a stop I would love it. So any suggestions or ideas how to fix this
Laurence, :bow: are you sure you don't get more of a "Very Senior (old) member" look, than a "Boy Racer" look ? :rolling: :rolling: :rolling:but you do get a few 'boy racer' looks from the car drivers around you.
:bow: I suspect the production gearboxes aren't made to the same tolerances as the race bike was. I haven't had your problem, but there's a false neutral between 2nd & 3rd on many, including mine.Interesting comments regarding the origins of the design being from a race bike and hence neutral being a bad thing!
Recently I've found more and more I accidentally find neutral pulling away when changing from first to second...hardly stacks up with the race bike theory.