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I have a problem trying to get into neutral from first gear could it be the oil level if so which oil do i need and how much.also the red light comes on and the f i flashes could you please tell me what the problem could be. thank you. gsxr1000 k5.

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With all due respect, it needs servicing. Take it to a dealer.

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