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Old 01-05-13, 00:25   #11
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Anyone know what is the difference between the race "detent wheel" and the stock one?
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Anyone know what is the difference between the race "detent wheel" and the stock one?
It makes it much more difficult to strike neutral whilst shifting hard from 1st to 2nd. It also makes it damn near impossible to find neutral with the motor running.

This is a "good thing" with a race motor.


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Sounds like I need one of those then. I had 2 sprint races out of about 18 last year where the bike caught neutral on the 1-2 shift. That's not good when there's bikes right behind you barreling down at full speed.
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We do this external link that makes the gearbox a lot slicker, less lever travel and less chance of a false neutral. Only drawback is a little more force needed to change gear and can only be used with gear link rods that don't go through the frame.



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i relocated mine attached it to the undertray AWAY from all the heat of the motor. i would NOT mount the r/r behing the shock next to the motor.
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