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Won't go into gear correctly, stood still for 2 months

I've not used my R1 for about 2 months, its condition is great but when trying to use it today, found that it won't go into gear correctly what do you think this could be? seems to jump from 2nd to nrutral sometimes

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I've got an 2004 R1 in topp notch condition, it has stood still for near on two months, today wanted to go out on it only to find it wont go into gear?


This is not a tough fix. What has happened is the clutch plates are "stuck" together. Not uncommon when a bike sits for a while. Real easy fix and does not require taking anything apart.
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Won't go into gear correctly, stood still for 2 months


oil is a bit thick let it warm up then pump the clutch a few times

if that dosnt work , with the motor off put the bike in third geat and rock the bike backwars and forwards a few times to free up the plates

hope this helps

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