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loud noise when shifting up or down

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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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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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
Do you change the oil after or is the milky by product better for lubing the transmission?

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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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How much chain slack do you have? Are you running standard or GP shift? Most likely you have too much slack in the chain.
im new in this bike life. its a 14 cbr600rr witch 120 miles. sometimes when i get to 3rd gear it will clunk sometimes not. i have no idea what it could be cause i usually shift by pull the throttle back clutch in shift up let go of the clutch and it would clunk
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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.
what you mean by the operator? i shift slow trying to get use to it. i pull the clutch shift up let go of the clutch sounds like a hard clunk coming from the front or middle
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no that clunk sound going to first is not even as close as it is when i go to second or third and it happens sometime. i think I'm shifting right. let go of the throttle pull the clutch in shift up let go of the clutch it clunks and i give it throttle and thats that
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still don't understands this clunk noise

that clunk sound going to first is not even as close as it is when i go to second or third and it happens sometime. i think I'm shifting right. let go of the throttle pull the clutch in shift up let go of the clutch it clunks and i give it throttle and thats that i called honda going friday
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Letting go of the clutch too fast or taking to long between the clutch and the shift. Same idea in a car if you drop the clutch its going to grab hard. It's not the bike, it's you. You're either dropping the clutch. Or you're taking so long on your shifts and holding your clutch in for so long when you finally do let go of the clutch your engine speed is slower then the wheel speed and letting go of the clutch is making the engine catch up to wheel speed.

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what you mean by the operator? i shift slow trying to get use to it. i pull the clutch shift up let go of the clutch sounds like a hard clunk coming from the front or middle
^ See the post above. This is exactly what I meant - with some practice and experience you wil get it right. Best is to ride the bike, get the experience and stop worrying that there is something wrong with the bike.
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Try shifting around 6000 rpm. Does that change anything?
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