Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
check gearbox oil level as dry syncro rings can also cause your box to jump out of gear ,detent springs are only for giving u the feel of positive gear engagement.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
SOURCE: 1994 rf900
possibly worn linkage from gear change lever the threaded rod is left hand thread on one end and right hand thread on the other sometimes you can slacken it off to adjust out the wear in the linkage other times excessive gear changing through thrashing the bike from 1st to 2nd gear from take off can damage the gear selector forks in the gear box in which case grin and bear it until you really need to strip it down to fix it. its always cheaper to buy another lever + linkage first to rule this out rather than stripping the bottom end.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
This is due to your clutch failing to fully disengage. Repair your clutch slave cylinder with the kit from Wemoto, bleed with new fluid and she'll be fine. If not then remove your clutch plates, check and renew if necessary or if ok clean thoroughly with brake and clutch parts cleaner and do not use full synthetic oil in your RF
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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