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    Senior Member midway's Avatar
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    WTF mod



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    You people need a good laugh
    I see this on another site but I will just let you work it out for yourselves as it's more fun to guess whats happening here.

    READY.... what is the intent of this guys contraption? GO!
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    Sweet clutch adjuster! If only there was one installed from the factory...

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    Or maybe he had Donald Trump sized hands...

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    27 views and no body see this yet?
    Last edited by midway; 02-17-2017 at 03:55 PM.

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    To hold the clutch in when not moving/ in traffic?
    Last edited by oh9bolt; 02-17-2017 at 02:42 AM.

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    modified version of the coveted "Kawasaki Neutral-Finder" system?????????????????????? hell i don't know

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    Some kind of sleeve installed over the original exhaust ?

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    Not a good idea and it will most likely result in someone's death.... AKA Obamacare levers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
    modified version of the coveted "Kawasaki Neutral-Finder"
    You were not kidding about that. Here is a quote from a Kawasaki forum;

    As for the neutral finder, it is essentially a stop so that at a standstill, you can only get into 1st and Neutral and can't shift past Neutral into second. on older bikes like my 1970 Honda CB350, you can shift into any gear at a stop, and had to "feel" for the half-shift "click" to get it into neutral. The neutral finder on the ninja eliminates having to play with the shifter to find that neutral, half-click.

    Part of the reason motorcycle transmissions are set up with the 1-N-2-3-4-5-(6) gear pattern is so that you can click the shifter down until it won't go any more, and you KNOW your in 1st gear. It helps with knowing what gear you are in and also for not getting accidentally stuck in the wrong gear or neutral at a light when you have to pull a "get-out-of-dodge" move do to some inattentive cager.


    Device like this would have given me trouble when setting timing and other tasks you might need to turn over the engine without starting it.
    Last edited by midway; 02-17-2017 at 03:58 PM.

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