I am going to splitt my gear box and fix that damn 2nd gear. has anyone done this yet ? i could do with some pointers if poss. the last one i did was a YZ125 about 14 years ago. which side does it splitt from ? . do i need to remove the fly wheel ?. are there any bits liable to fall out when i splitt it.
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Re: Splitt of the gear box
Unfortunately everything needs to be taken off to spit it .... you cant just take one side off Also .. as your doing gears .. I believe you will need a gear puller to take the gear shaft apart and probably a press to put it back together.
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No you cannot replace 2nd gear through the oil pan.
You need to split the cases to free the gear box, although I don't know what type of engine it is.
If you are even going to attempt to change 2nd gear you are going to need proper tools and access some sort of workshop manual. I would also recommend having an experienced friend help. If for nothing else than to help you remove the engine from the bike. Don't forget to buy all parts and gaskets before you start, and remember... this is going to get expensive.
This could be caused by a variety of reasons all which will deal with the transmission. You will have to open it up and check things like your linkage, gears and shafts as well as the chain tensioners. If you don't have the tools or skills It is definitely best to take it to a shop.
Sound like you have reasembled something Incorectly, poss selector fork not located on pin, either way i think you are going to have to strip it again, always good practice to try all the gears on the bench, after asembling the crank cases,you could check the gear shaft is located properly in the. Selector
if either pointer or ( needle ) is damaged a new clock will be needed, allso check condition of both drive cables that go to your clocks remove with plyers or fingers if poss, then trace back to engine and front wheel, allso disconnect ,turn inner cable with your fingers the other end will turn if good. the end of the cable should be square ,and not rounded off ,allso oil cable from the top if stiff.
well its a 13 year old bike pall, its got were in the gear box and the cluch may need to be took up a bit too,,, how many other pople have had this bike???
how did they ride it??? flat out in every gear?
slaming them in as they go??? you know the type!
look how fast i am,, look how quick i am?.....
look how dead he is,,,,,," now!!!!"
i think this is just normal were and tear on the bike
I have a friend he had an R1 his 2nd and 3rd gears blew out and wheelies seemed to be the culprit. in the wheelie the trans oil drains to the back of the trans starving the first few gears of oil.was your bike a wheelie machine? you may never know.