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Old 02-18-2014, 09:56 PM   #1
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transmission sliping??

what are some signs the transmissions going out on sport bikes
i have a 01 zx6r
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transmission sliping??

It slips. Giving it gas and seeing rpms climb at a rate that doesn't match the acceleration. It's a straight forward repair of you buy a manual.
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If its "slipping" its time for a new clutch.
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It slips. Giving it gas and seeing rpms climb at a rate that doesn't match the acceleration. It's a straight forward repair of you buy a manual.
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If its "slipping" its time for a new clutch.
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If it pops out gear then u have major issues....
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It could just need an adjustment, but my 1K had a broken clutch disk and now it's tearing up tires.
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Clutches slip, transmissions don't. Unless we're talking about car automatics...and then it's the clutches IN the tranny slipping.
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Clutches slip, transmissions don't. Unless we're talking about car automatics...and then it's the clutches IN the tranny slipping.
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Can you be more specific with what it's doing?
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Old 02-18-2014, 10:42 PM   #8
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ok cause sometime when i change gears it will accelerate for a secound the rpms jump il let off the throttle then it will grab and go again
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sounds like its slipping to me. The more you ride it like this the more friction material you are adding to your oil
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:26 AM   #10
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Clutch slipping. Either needs adjustment or replacing.
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