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Is a honda 600f 1 down 5 up or 1 up 5 down for gears

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1 down 5 up for most far west bikes

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If it is stock and aftermarket rearsets have not been installed then it is one down and five up. However, some riders like to reverse the pattern. So look at your shifter and see if it is stock on not. Also you can tell by shifting. Neutral is between first and second. find neutral - bike can be rolled without holding in the clutch (a little movement back and fourth can really ease your shifing efforts). the shift down, if you can only shift down once then you have the first gear. if you can shift more than once then first gear is up.

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