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Sometimes when i shift either up or down it would sound harsh like a chain clunk ? it shifts normal i guess. haha new with this bike stuff but i hope i can get some info
 

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How much chain slack do you have? Are you running standard or GP shift? Most likely you have too much slack in the chain.
 

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Due for an oil change?
 

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I'm guessing the loud noise is when he goes from neutral to first or from second to first. Could be completely wrong (wouldn't be the first time) though.

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Have a look at all the threads started by the OP and the questions asked. Ii is obvious that the problem is with the operator and not the bike.
 

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It could be the metal to metal contact in your transmission. That could be a serious issue. If you bike doesn't shift like knife through butter than something is DEFINITELY wrong.

Could also be transmission mites.
 

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Easiest way to get rid of transmission mites is to pour about 2 cups of lukewarm water through the oil filler cap. Then run the engine for a couple minutes. The water drowns the mites and gets rid of your problem
 

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DO NOT use water in your oil! It is H20, which is hydrogen and oxygen. Those elements will be separated through the internal combustion process and will make your engine explode!

Only use ASE headlight fluid for boats/motorcycles.
 

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headlight fluid doesn't kill tranny mites though... which is why you must use water. The headlight fluid will just mix evenly with the oil. Oil is less dense than water which is why you have to use H2O. It will go to the bottom of the engine where the transmission mites live and will conveniently drown them
 

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headlight fluid doesn't kill tranny mites though... Which is why you must use water. The headlight fluid will just mix evenly with the oil. Oil is less dense than water which is why you have to use h2o. It will go to the bottom of the engine where the transmission mites live and will conveniently drown them

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