Question about Hyosung GT 250 Motorcycles
When accelerating and changing from first to second sometimes the bike drops second gear and selects neutral.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your sidestand switch kills the engine if the bike is put in gear with the sidestand down. If your stand is up and this is happening either the switch is broken or out of position. If it is broken you can twist the wires together until you can replace the switch. If it is just bent out of position you can bend it back carefully.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
More likely it is a slightly bent shift fork not fully engaging into second. The clutch and bearings are not suspect. Remove your foot from the shift lever then go full throttle in 2nd. Those new riding boots may be doing the magic unconsciously. Adjust the shift lever height if that is the problem.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
There is not an easy solution to your gearbox problem,it is general wear on the 'dogs' or 'shift drum'..The only other thing it could be is wear on the 'external shift mechanism'.
I,ve just rebuilt a 1996 vn1500 classic whitch had the same problem so if you need any advise or step by step photos please email me at 'email@example.com'
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
the yzf600r has a large gap between 1st and 2nd gear. if you don't shift into second firmly every time, what happens it that over time the dogs which engage 2nd gear gets worn/rounded off, and the "falling out" starts to occur during hard acceleration in 2nd. once the problem is there, the only way to fix it is to replace the affected gears: 2nd and 6th ( the gear 2nd slides in to), the shift fork, and the shift cam.
this requires a complete teardown and splitting the cases. about $3-400 in parts, depending on where you purchase them, and 8-12 hours labor depending on your level of expertise.
a qualified shop would charge $1500-2000.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
This problem should be re-tagged gv650.
It's not your clutch, it's the kickstand killswitch. I had the same issue.
If you look down next to your kickstand on the left hand side you'll see a silver switch (looks like a mushroom), follow the cables up to the front end of the chasis near the sump and you'll find a black connector with two wires coming out of it. You can either bypass the connector using a piece of wire or just do what I did and clip the wires, wind them together and crimp them in a connector.
Start your bike and hey presto - problem solved.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Testimonial: "Great help.did not need to cut wires just knowing what to look at i found the switch was stuck in. So it took about 15mins to remove lube reassemble. "
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