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CBR 400 RR 1991 jerks in 6th gear

I have bought a CBR 400 RR 1991 and have just noticed that only in 6th gear (mid range rpm) the power becomes jerky and is quite a disconcerting feeling. Could this be a problem with the gear box? or jets?

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In this high a gear, and with the small cc of the bike, and age of it ,it just doesnt have enough torque in that gear unless you are going very fast. nothing is wrong, just save that gear for when you are going real fast

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