Question about 2005 Suzuki GSX 1300 R Hayabusa
-first thing to do is make sure the shifting lever is tight and not striped any.and a stupid quistion is have you changed you riding boots are shoes lately? if so it could be a human problem. now the bad news.if you dont get it fixed it
1.could led to even more problems if you don't get it fixed! .a shifting fork(dog lever) is going to be the most likely problem.are a bad gear maybe even a broken are worn tooth.if you are lucky it could be the shifter shaft claw having some wear on it;however it would give you problems going into neutral. and second probbily but not always the rule there.
hope this helped you.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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