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Ktm 300 2006

Shifting problem at high rpm

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Can we have a video of like the chain and sprockets on the bike it could be a motor problem you might be running to low of octane gas, what ratio is your gas, and if you need more help call my KTM dealer (814) 763-2453 they will help you out

Posted on May 08, 2013

  • rich reynolds May 08, 2013

    Gearing is 14 -50 I'm mixing 40:1.

  • rich reynolds May 08, 2013

    I called your ktm dealer and he we a lot of help thanks!!!

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SOURCE: I have a 2003 ktm

How is your clutch? Does it slip or drag when starting out? When you put it into 1st gear when starting out does the bike lunge forward? Hold it in first gear with the clutch in and rev the bike up. See if the bike wants to move forward with the clutch in.It sounds to me like your clutch isn't set right or getting worn out. Much easier to shift at low rpms on a clutch than high rpms. I hope this helps...

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