Question about 1992 Honda CB 750F2 Seven Fifty
It is possible that some of the clutch plates are stuck together. When you put in new clutch plates you are supposed to soak them in oil before installing them. If they were put in dry it would cause this kind of issue. All you can do is take the clutch apart and inspect them. Coat them with oil and put them back together. On most Honda's to put the cycle in first gear you have to pull the clutch lever all the way to the handle bar. After that you can shift the bike by feathering the clutch or by only pulling the lever approximately half way. Be sure you are fully engaging the clutch when you shift the motorcycle into first gear.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
Much better if you will go directly to HONDA SERVICE CENTER. Don't entrust your motorcycle to a pre-lance mechanic. seek for the help of those professional and well trained people. Your motorcycle problem is an engine problem that is why you need to seek for a help of license mechanic of HONDA.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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