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My 2003 yamaha banshee will shift threw all gears at 1/2 throtla or less.but, after 1/2 throtle or maybe 3/4 throtle it will not go into the next gear. so start out in first gear shift into second reve to 3/4 to full throtle and the bike will not shift into third. but when I get off the throtle then it will shift between all gears just fine. can anyone solve this problem with response.thanks lets keep riding.

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Check the gears mabey they are skipping when the bike goes to fast. like at 3/4 throttle theres to much torque an it just wont catch.

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