Question about 2004 Yamaha TT-R 225
The usual cause is a bent shift fork or bent shifter shaft. Both could be present. Did the bike fall or strike a rock, tree or other object on the shifter side? There is an outside chance the shift limiter or index wheel has something funky going on. The mechanic will pull the left and right case covers off with the engine still in the frame. At this point he should be able to check the shifter shaft, shift limiter and index wheel. If no problem is found it will be time to pull the engine and split the case halves. This will give access to the shift forks. The cost will probably around $800 to $900... Bummer.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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CHECK your Cluch Cable make sure it is releasing.Try rocking the bike while pulling up on the gear shift.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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