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10-02-2017 01:36 PM
MiamiNinja any help is greatly appreciated.
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Yeah, on that bike there is not a cassette transmission on that model. The cassette transmissions didn't come out until the 2011 gen 4 model. So if they have to get to the bulk of the transmission, then the engine has to be split to access it.

The positive to this for you, is the 2008 and early 2009 models have a weak shift shaft arm that was prone to cracking in the metal arm. That lead to sloppy missed shifts. And that arm was updated in 2009 and if yours has failed completely that could be your problem. To get to that, the clutch basket has to come out but can be done without dropping the motor completely. There is a thread on here about that. I'll find it for you to give you more info. But don't get your hopes up too much that that is your real issue. You won't know until it's disassembled and investigated.


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10-01-2017 10:27 AM
SkyDork
"HELP" Not Shifting

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Originally Posted by MiamiNinja View Post
2009 zx10r, does my engine half to be removed to preform work on the tranny. I passed by a shop and they were saying i have a casset style case and wont need to have the engine removed but they were not 100% sure of it.


Yeah, on that bike there is not a cassette transmission on that model. The cassette transmissions didn't come out until the 2011 gen 4 model. So if they have to get to the bulk of the transmission, then the engine has to be split to access it.

The positive to this for you, is the 2008 and early 2009 models have a weak shift shaft arm that was prone to cracking in the metal arm. That lead to sloppy missed shifts. And that arm was updated in 2009 and if yours has failed completely that could be your problem. To get to that, the clutch basket has to come out but can be done without dropping the motor completely. There is a thread on here about that. I'll find it for you to give you more info. But don't get your hopes up too much that that is your real issue. You won't know until it's disassembled and investigated.


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10-01-2017 10:15 AM
MiamiNinja 2009 zx10r, does my engine half to be removed to preform work on the tranny. I passed by a shop and they were saying i have a casset style case and wont need to have the engine removed but they were not 100% sure of it.
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Don't want to be the bearer of bad news. Not always that is.

It would help to know what model you're riding and having issues with. You don't have any account details listed/shown and you didn't include the detail in your original message.
10-01-2017 09:39 AM
MiamiNinja Sorry, 2009 ZX10r
09-29-2017 02:40 PM
SkyDork Don't want to be the bearer of bad news. Not always that is.

It would help to know what model you're riding and having issues with. You don't have any account details listed/shown and you didn't include the detail in your original message.
09-29-2017 02:01 PM
MiamiNinja Damn, thanks for the bad news lol. To be honest i am glad someone has a better understanding than i do about what could be wrong with it and what to expect. Ill let you guys know what the problem was when i get the bike back.
09-29-2017 10:02 AM
SkyDork Sounds like you have a tranny problem.

Most likely the issue is either with the shift fork or the shift shaft. Because first gear to second gear is the longest throw and goes through neutral, it is the most problematic for clutchless shifts. It's going to start adding up money-wise real quick on this fix. Unless you're riding a Gen 4 or later, the transmission will require the engine to be removed from the frame and the crankcase split apart to get the transmission gear case out to look. Other than it being something with the shift shaft, return spring, shift star there's not much else to get to behind the clutch. Parts aren't really that expensive, it's the time and labor to get to the parts that drive the cost. You should consider yourself lucky if the repair bill comes without a comma in it!
09-29-2017 07:59 AM
MiamiNinja
"HELP" Not Shifting

Last night while doing a wheelie shifting from first to second my tranny went dead. When i tried popping into second gear the bike went straight to neutral and did not go into any gear after that. I pulled over and tried many times to click down into first or up to second and my shifter feels loose like jelly. Engine is fine, clutch seems to be working fine, just doesnt wanna go into any gear whatsoever. Even when trying to rock the bike back and forth, NOTHINGS HAPPENING. Maybe someone on here has had the same sort of issue and can chime in and give me some advise. I will be taking the bike in soon to get it worked on but would like to know what I am getting myself into. Thanks

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