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post #1 of 3 Old 11-22-2012, 09:17 AM Thread Starter
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Shift and timing adjustment

Hello all, i have a 2006 cbr1krr. On the right case cover there is a nut in a circle cutout. When you unscrew that there is another nut that loosens and tightens some time of timing involved with shifting. And i was wondering how to fine tune that because my shifting and drive lash seems to be a little laggy

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Hello all, i have a 2006 cbr1krr. On the right case cover there is a nut in a circle cutout. When you unscrew that there is another nut that loosens and tightens some time of timing involved with shifting. And i was wondering how to fine tune that because my shifting and drive lash seems to be a little laggy

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This is for your ignition timing it has noting to do with shifting
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This is for your ignition timing it has noting to do with shifting
So my bike has been taking 3 cranks to start up in the cold would this have anything to do with it?

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