Question about 2000 Suzuki SV 650 S
My husqvarna sm450r does exactly the same thing and my girlfriends yam virago is just as bad, i think some bikes are just too tight, rocking works or try finding neutral as you roll to a stop, on both our bikes it does the trick... nothing worse than trying to find neutral with your hand lol
Dude 48 bikes, impressive! im up to 9 in 20 months since my Ls :)
Posted on May 28, 2009
Try entering neutral from 2nd instead of 1st. Most bikes will find neutral alot easier with the engine off. My Kawasaki has a positive neutral finder which i love....but i have owned 48 bikes and had more than a few stubborn ones....Try rocking forward and backward as you gently toe tap your lever in the direction of neutral....be patient and you'll get better at it...Good Luck to you friend...Tim
Posted on May 10, 2009
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