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Honda cbr900rr transmission , slipping out of 2nd gear into neutral, does engine need to be pulled apart to get to gearbox

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  • tombones May 11, 2010

    DOUG > What's the deal? You cut the cog lead edges? At an inward angle to the slider core to encourage less chance of disengaging? Is this what you are talking about?

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Hi Jason..

I had exact same problem.. bottom line I had to replace selector forks (all three) and second gear cog.. If u do replace a gear cog then please take a tip from me (lesson hard learn't). Have all your gears undercut at the same time or it will slip out of another gear.. I got my bike back after 2 nd gear done and on the same day 3 rd gear started to slip. Had to send bike back and have all the cogs undercut... Now its fine.

And yes u do need to remove motor to open gearbox and u will need to replace gaskets..

Doug

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Yes pull it for best results sounds like you have a bent shift fork

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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I found this site:
http://www.aperaceparts.com/transmissions.html
hope this helps, I have to do the same thing- only had the bike for 3 days:(

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