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Shifting with out clutch in

I don't know if this is a transmission issue or clutch cable adjustment issue, but when the bike is shut off I am able to flip through the gears with minimal effort. I don't notice any slippage of clutch when riding.
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I'd bet money it's clutch mites.

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I'd bet money it's clutch mites.
Kill the clutch mites!!!!!!!!!!

Think fermented tranny fluid attracted them?
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when your car is shut off can you shift through the gears without using the clutch? of course.

why would a bike be any different?
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Kill the clutch mites!!!!!!!!!!

Think fermented tranny fluid attracted them?
Undoubtedly...they love that fermented tranny juice

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My bad guys, noob question. I assumed you had to have the clutch it to shift through the gears when the engine was off. I remembered on my old bug that the gears grinded when I shifted through the gears with the engine off and the clutch was not it. My apologies.
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no need to apologize, asking about things you don't know is what this place is for. but as with all places on the internet you get some silly answers sometimes when people feel it was a silly question.

but all kidding aside, them clutch mites they nasty buggers.
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U dont even need the clutch when the engines on haha.. no rly

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you don't need the clutch in to shift with motor off.

bike on stands, roll wheel back and forth a tad,and you get shift -up /down.

on ground same thing, roll back and forth a bit to get next gear engaged.

easy peasy.
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