Question about 2007 kawasaki ZX-6R
I have a 2007 zx6r and my speedometer is not reading the correct gear I am in like sometimes I will be in any low gear such as (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th ) and it reads on the speedometer that im in 6 gear ... what could the problem be ??? @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a slightly bent shift fork. The slider gear isn't quite engaging into 2nd. If the bend gets worse then you won't get into first and the pedal will get real stiff in those gears. The repair is best done in the shop.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: Clutch having hard time shifting
The problem is not the clutch. The problem is bent shift forks in the transmission. I hate to tell you this, but it will not be cheap to fix. Some special tools are needed to do the repair and working on the transmission is not recommended for the beginner mechanic. The engine comes out of the frame, gets flipped upside down then the bottom half of the engine casing gets removed to gain access to the gears, shift drum and shift forks. Your bike has three shift forks, replace them all. Contact a Kawasaki dealer for confirmation of my diagnosis and to see what the estimated cost will be. I would guess it to be around $1500. Below is a generic diagram of how the forks move left and right to shift between gears. Please, rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
As suggested the fault is relative to a problem within the gear bax- transmission and it can be a case of gears, selectors , counters etc that have worn out but a complete picture can be confirmed only after a first hand view.
Take consensus and estimate if you do not have the equipments and support.
Posted on Oct 20, 2011
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