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Hi, When accelerating hard from about 3rd gear onward, when the revs on my 06 GSR 600 get higher that about 6000 - 7,000 rpm, the gear lever seems to go mushy and I can't find the next gear - If I aggresively decelerate or continue accelerating hard up to about 12,000rpm then it lets me change gear. I'm sure this isn't right. Could you advise please? Thanks.

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  • andyjroberts Jan 30, 2010

    When riding it like an old man i.e changing up early and not really accelerating it seems fine - its just when it seems to be in the power band for each gear ....

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Is there a problem with the gears when u arent accelerating hard?, i think it may be your gear shift forks you may look into replacing them

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