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post #1 of 3 Old 08-07-2018, 11:28 PM Thread Starter
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Yes, i start with my Father's Lambretta in 1983. My first bike was a RE 1970 model then Honda SS, 5 new Splendor(each used 2to 3 yrs), then i buy a Hero Extreme (4 yr) and now my dream bike CBR 250r Abs.
I am struggling with 2nd and 3rd gear in city riding. there are some sound of gud-gud on left side when i rev up in 2nd gear. can somebody explain it ?
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Might try changing oil. And be sure you're using a quality motorcycle oil (that includes the required additives for the transmission to work properly). Maybe someone changed oil and put regular motor oil in it...?
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Yes, i start with my Father's Lambretta in 1983. My first bike was a RE 1970 model then Honda SS, 5 new Splendor(each used 2to 3 yrs), then i buy a Hero Extreme (4 yr) and now my dream bike CBR 250r Abs.
I am struggling with 2nd and 3rd gear in city riding. there are some sound of gud-gud on left side when i rev up in 2nd gear. can somebody explain it ?
I can identify All the bikes you have owned as I'm from India too
The problem is that you have never riden a motorcycles with more than 200cc
Cbr250 being a high reving engine with it's max power obtained at 8500rpm the possible assumption is that you are shifting the gears in early like between 2000-3000rpm and feeling the jerk

Even I experienced this
you can see my thread where I had asked same question when I shifted from lower displacement
2 years back motorbike to higher one

To solve your problem all you have to do is shift the gears at 5000-6000rpm
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