Question about 1990 kawasaki ZZR 600
It can be anythone of a number of things, stripped cog, worn shaft, worn selector drum. Unfortunately all of them inside the casing. To get at it entails removal of the engine and a complete disassembly. DIY is not recommended if you're not knowledgeable on the inner workings of a bike engine or at least have a good repair manual, since you'll be diassembling that motor in totality.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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