Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Ok, I'm having a hard time explaining this because I've forgotten the technical terms for the various parts, but have you checked the angle of the shift arm/lever (the piece the shift rod connects to) to the splined shift shaft? It should be as close to 90 degrees as possible to maximize leverage applied to the shaft.
2013 ABS, Bridgestone T30 Evo, Woolich, Danmoto shorty & link, Rifleman's 1/5th turn, K&N, GP shift, Gen5 shock/links/dogbone, JT (-1/+0), EK, Shorai, EBC HH, AllBallz roller steering, heated grips, shorty levers, MotoDynamic signals & relay, plasti-dipped and vinyl wrapped (all green to black), Bestem carbon, PUIG Pro sliders, solo cowl, modified OEM sprocket cover, TST fender elim. w/LEDs. 45,000km+ and going strong!