I'm having a problem on my bike that sometimes when I shift from 1st to 2nd it sometimes doesn't go completely into gear and stays in neutral. Also sometimes when downshifting it gets stuck in neutral as well. Is this user error or a known problem?
no, i don't believe you can adjust the amount of pressure it takes, but you can adjust the position of the shifter itself to allow you to gear up or down easier with less effort only b/c your foot is in the proper position over or under the shifter, i would def. recommend adjusting the shifter and you will notice that it's much easier to avoid missing gears. :thumbup:
Hey man, I was doing the same thing in my first couple weeks of riding, I found that especially when accelerating hard and bringin the revs up, it would take a little more oomph to shift it. Just get used to shifting harder in ALL the gears, so that it will become natural, no more whimpy shifts.
zukis are knows for having a rough tranny off the showroom floor, it tends to settle itself out at about 3000 miles, so adjust the shifter, put some stomp on it and wait and see what happens. :thumbup:
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