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Gsxr 750 k1, are there any common faults with the gear box? I have intermittent jumping in the gear box

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Have a look at your clutch cable,is it adjusted right if it isnt it will create all types of problems with your gearbox,make sure you change the oil every 100000 kms.

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    have a look at your clutch cable,is it adjusted right if it isnt it will create all types of problems with your gearbox,make sure you change the oil every 100000 kms.



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