Question about Yamaha FZR 1000 Motorcycles
2nd gear doesn't work anymore
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi buddy i had this job with a kx85 and what a f****** job it turned out to be and i have rebuilt more bikes than my son has had hot dinners you have to do an engine rebuild basically to do this job and i dont think you will get very far if your not experienced best thing to do is take to a friend or bike shop which will cost a bit i can tell you how to do it but i think you will just say shuv that
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
hi,no easy answer i,m afraid,you will have to split the engine,before you pull it all aprt check the shift drum selector rawl pins,if one of those has come out,it will not shift up into the next gear,hope this helps...cheers
Posted on May 03, 2010
2nd gear is at the bottom of the shafts if the tranny is stacked in the mag side case. So it is controlled by the bottom fork. You should be able to shift it thru all the gears by turning the shift drum. Make sure as you shift the shafts stay all the way in the output shaft and idler shaft bearings. As you shift it, look for full mesh between the wheels(shaft that goes to the clutch) and the gears across on the output shaft.
If that all looks good, the shifter cluster(on the end of the shift drum, with the 2 dogs that engage the notched wheel on the end of the drum) may not be lined up properly. If the gears and shift drum are new, I'm thinking I'd look there first. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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