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Has any one heard of removing this bearing f

I was talking to another guy and he said to remove part number 600 on this diagram as it creates miss fits between first and second gear has anyone ever heard of that or has done it


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I havent heard of anyone doing this. And I dont see a need to if u know how to shift correctly.
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If anything, that may be what makes the positive neutral finder work.

If the bike is at a standstill, you are prevented from selecting second, from first with the oem setup.

The racing shop manual may tell you how to defeat that.

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I was talking to another guy and he said to remove part number 600 on this diagram as it creates miss fits between first and second gear has anyone ever heard of that or has done it


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Did you spend 8 years in engineering school followed by about a decade or two of engineering experience? If not, I am not sure that I would be second guessing the work of those who did. Just sayin' =)
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I'll add.. How much does it cost?

If any parts looks worn or is cheap and it could be done, and your there why not.
I don't mind working on the bike, but it's not my favorite thing to do.

It's like replacing every seal when I did the valves, none leaked before.
BUT there stock, old and taking it all apart to replace one after the fact. The money spent was cheap insurance.
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Has any one heard of removing this bearing f

Oh trust me I have bought every seal and bearing that gets removed from the bike to rebuild the transmission


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