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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-10-2008, 03:46 AM Thread Starter
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slipping out of gear?

Okay, I have an 03 and I've noticed lately when shifting from 5th to 6th under a decent amount of throttle, at about 9k - 11k the bike will slip down into 5th gear again... I've noticed the same thing from 1st to 2nd gear when I'm really getting on it. This only happens on occasion and I'm not using the clutch to shift, just rolling off the throttle. Is this something that I'm doing wrong or is it the bike? Has this happened to anyone else?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-10-2008, 03:50 AM Thread Starter
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ohh, it has 12xxx, I've only had the bike for 4 months, the previous owner put a jardine slip on and a power commander on it as far as mods go... Aslo the previous owner layed the bike down once...
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might just be you not shifting it into it 100%.. mine did that for the very 1st time this morning.. it just kicked down.. scared the **** out of mid as i was on the throttle going bout 65
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1-2 is normal, but 2-6 is not. probably not shifting correctly and the gear is semi engaged.
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make sure you slightly preload the shifter on each shift and that when you shift, you do it with authority.

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Okay, I had a feeling I wasn't shifting hard enough... Thanks for your help!!
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