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Re: Engine struggle to start
« Reply #30 on: 31 October, 2020, 08:19:40 PM »
*Originally Posted by Shed [+]
So basically, you've resolved all your issues...

Get yourself a new mechanic my friend.  :028:

No sure about ALL. Will see how is gearbox will be. As i mentioned in the beginning it was bit sticky?, like when you switch gear with engine off, and you can see it switched but when you turn rear wheel it clicks further in.

 Same feel but while driving. It does get into gear, but feels like not fully engaged, it does not matter which way to switch up or down or which gear it is.
Its quite random effect. And hard to re produse. One day it works one day not.
Hot or cold does not matter.
I read in service manual that, it could be cam drum, or forks that move gears are out of spec, or bent.

I'm not really keen to get inside of the gearbox unless it really necessary.

It is really hard to find any good mechanic. The workshop i used to go,  is out of the business now, they were really good..

If anyone have recommendations for SE23 area, i would really appreciate it.

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Re: Engine struggle to start
« Reply #31 on: 01 November, 2020, 10:27:35 AM »
*Originally Posted by alexg [+]

If anyone have recommendations for SE23 area, i would really appreciate it.

Try asking that question on London Bikers they're most a friendly bunch