Question about 1994 Honda VF 750 C Magna
Try adjusting the clutch. I always try to hit netral before I stop rolling. It is easy that way
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
Remove the rod altogether and get the lever in the position you want.
Once you're happy with that, pick up the rod and look at it. The threads at each end are the oppsite of each-other. One is right-handed (you turn it clockwise to tighten it up), the other is left-handed.
Take the two small locking nuts and wind them on to the correct ends of the connecting rod. DO NOT force anything if it feels like it doesn't want ot go, as you will cross-thread things and the assembly will be kaput.
Offer the rod up to the connecter at the foot pedal and the shift arm and gently screw in each end at the same time. Make sure that the threads match!! ie left handed thread on the right, and vice-versa. Once happy with the position, tighten up the locking nuts and off you go.
If you get stuck, re-post here and I'll help you further.
Ride safe!! :)
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: Stuck in first
You got it, bent shift fork. I think the manufacturers make them weak just to keep dealer service
departments in business. This is a pretty major repair.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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