NO.Many of the old jap bike of the 70's and 80's had a bolt behind the cylinders. The bolt pushed down on a spring that had a steel ball under it. A lot like the oil pump setup that keep the oil from draing into the crank on harleys. This ball sat in a shallow "Hole" the was on the shift drum. If you had problems finding netural you streached the spring or drilled the hole in the shift drum a little depper. You could see a where trail from the hole that would cause the problem with finding netrual.And that would fix it.
The tranmission cover has what might have the spring and ball in it but I think it is for the netrual light. Do you think it might be for both the light and to hold netrual? :crying
That did help some. Added some Molly lube I got from Amozon.com and that helped even more. If you look into it molybdenum is some great stuff. When added to engine oil I am sure it brings the oil up to sythetic level for less than half the price. Just dont want it anywhere near a wet clutch. Too slick.Try some 75w-140 gear oil in the transmission.
+ 1You need to adjust the clutch to the proper specs. Make sure the oil isn't too full in the primary and it will shift just fine.
Moly is some slick stuff, but doesn't offer the advantages of a synthetic. Adding to engine oil, can cause some real problems.
My question would be, where did that metal come from?Yep just looked that up. Any tip or trick on that ajustment would be nice. Just spent the day dealing with the oil pump. Had some metal go through it almost sheared the keys. And I found that out from the sumping problem we just fixed. Thanks for the help on that one.Maybe Ill get to the clutch ajustments soon.
Engine was seized from the bike being under water. Than it sat for 3 years. Broke a piston when I unseized it. Thought I got all the crap from the broken piston out of the crank but still coming up with bits and piece till this day.My question would be, where did that metal come from?