Mis-shifting from 2nd to neutral



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  • eBayThumper

Posted December 10, 2001 - 03:53 PM

#1

Ok, so I'm not expert but I ride fairly aggressively. Mainly trails and hills but some track time here and there...

Anyway, on several occasions now I've been climbing some tight rocky/technical stuff and had to try to find 1st gear and missed. Have any of you had this problem? I also find it a bit touchy finding neutral (except when shooting for 1st and hitting neutral by mistake :) )

So, is ther something I can do? Is this mechanical or my own problem to learn how to shift correctly?

Please let me know what you think,
J

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  • dan_Rekito

Posted December 10, 2001 - 05:30 PM

#2

Had this happen a few times , keep clean oil. I blame this problem on a poor shift cam design.





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