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Old 09-15-2015, 12:54 AM   #21
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you don't have to use the shifter linkage. you can use a pair of visegrips on the shifter shaft. just make sure to clamp it somewhere that won't affect the seal. later.

you can do this with the engine still out of the bike.
Okay so I have tried this and did not work it seemed to FEEL like it was shifting only to the next gear and back down to what it recently was in but that was all couldn't shift just straight up nor straight down. Like it is completely jammed.

This is how it currently sits with the stopper placed, I'm assuming it's stuck in between 1st and 2nd? From where the star is stopped at

So tomorrow I will be splitting the case I have the last 10 bolts hand tightened that are inside the crank
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Old 09-15-2015, 02:06 AM   #22
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give me a call before splitting the cases. I'll PM you my #
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Old 09-26-2015, 09:02 AM   #23
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Okay guys so idk why half of the last few posts just got deleted. But the problem is all fixed, replaced the bottom end and transmission, the old one had 2 gears on the output shaft there were completely jammed, so I fix them but was only able to shift from 3rd-6th and back to 3rd.
It just gets stuck when trying to shift down to 2nd and so forth.

Now all set and done everything is fixed, motor was put back in bikes all done now.

There are only 2 minor issues now, 1.) small oil leak from stator cover but that's because of a crappy ripped gasket.
2.) water is leaking from one of the radiator hoses, so idk if there's a hole in one or what but I will check it later today.

And here is the final product
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Old 09-26-2015, 09:33 AM   #24
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Good job, Have you ridden it yet? Hope its all good.
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Old 09-26-2015, 09:39 AM   #25
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Thanks man! I took it for a spin last night just around the neighborhood everything still needs to flow through and settle back in after it's been split.

It died on me once and oil light is on. Also was having a couple problems with the servo and their cables. It throws me an F1 error code sometimes, I know it's because of my cable and the tension on there but will an F1 error cause the bike to die what so ever during driving?
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Did you maybe forget about the oil sensor wire and pull it during removal? That should be easy to find/test/diagnose.

Dying only once seems odd, a fluke. Most efi system will revert to a sea level / hot day limp mode if a sensor is malfunctioning. They want you to still make it home regardless of where you are riding.

Noce work on a quick repair! Lemme know when you wanna meet up to hand iff the unused parts. And if you want to do some freelance repair work on my 07 gsxr, while everything is fresh in your mind.

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Did you maybe forget about the oil sensor wire and pull it during removal? That should be easy to find/test/diagnose.

Dying only once seems odd, a fluke. Most efi system will revert to a sea level / hot day limp mode if a sensor is malfunctioning. They want you to still make it home regardless of where you are riding.

Noce work on a quick repair! Lemme know when you wanna meet up to hand iff the unused parts. And if you want to do some freelance repair work on my 07 gsxr, while everything is fresh in your mind.

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Thanks man appreciate it! and i will def shoot you a text, and i will for sure look into you for some repair work!

it died three times i apologize for that, the 3rd time was when i made it into the garage because i just took it for a little spin around the neighborhood to let everything run through.. but i just found out the oil pump chain came off its an old chain never been replaced, but im going to drain the oil again make sure everything is clean and double check everything that i can.
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