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Now power in gears 4 or 5.

Got a 2003 honda cmx250cc rebel. when shifting gears i get to the high end of gear 3 but in gear 4 and 5 i don't get high rpm's. tried replacing the batter and still doing it.

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Hi,you might find that the bike is top speed limited,the way that the manufacturer achieves that is to limit the rpm in the top two gears hence only reaching a given top speed,the only way to fix that is to generally replace the cdi unit with an unrestricted version,or in some cases the manufacturer or alternatively accessory shops can supply the derestrictor..hope this helps,,cheers

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