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Bike wont change into gear,

My bike wont change into gear, it runs smoothly in to neutral and first but wont go into second, i have a Klictronic installed but we have dismattled that and the gears wont change even by hand. Whats wrong? What can i do?

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    thomas foster May 11, 2010

    does the shifter move like it wants to shift? do this test drain your oil and see how much metal is in it there should be a magnetic end on the drain screw as well

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The bike has a bent shift fork. Major repair and major repair cost. Your dealer will probably charge $1300 to $1500 to fix it. Don't try to fix it yourself because the shop will charge an extra $500 or so when you bring it to them in pieces. Besides, you would need some special tools to even begin the job. Sorry, someone had to tell you.

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