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Old 14 Jan 2013, 01:01 pm
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Default My HONDA CBR 125 2009 will go up through the gears perfectly but i'm having problems going down...

...gears? When I go down the gears it seems to stick into gear until I put my foot under the lever again and then you can hear it click into place and then you can go down another gear but met with the same problem which as you can imagine is very annoying, I don't know what to do as I can go up through the gears and it clicks into place with no problems. Any help would really be appreciated ASAP please
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Old 14 Jan 2013, 01:17 pm
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Your shift lever it either touching the engine case and causing a no shift or the internal shift mechanism needs to be re-adjusted behind the clutch housing.
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