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Old 03-22-2005, 05:38 AM   #1
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Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

and yes, you need to replace 6th gear driven as well.

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Y2K 750 TRANS PART LIST FOR 2ND GEAR PROBLEM

PART #/LABOR CODE DESCRIPTION QTY

09280-08012 O RING D:1.9 ID:7.8 7
11482-35F00 GASKET, CL COVER 1
11489-35F00 GASKET, OIL PAN 1
14181-46E00 GASKET, EXHAUST PIPE 4
16510-34E00 FILTER ASSY, ENG OIL 1
25211-35F00 FORK, GEAR SHIFT 2
25310-35F00 CAM, GEAR SHIFT 1
24361-35F00 GEAR, 6TH DRIVEN 1
09380-27006 CIRCLIP 3
24321-35F01 2ND DRIVEN GEAR 1
25510-35F00 SHAFT, GEAR SHIFT 1
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Old 03-22-2005, 12:07 PM   #2
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

ok is this fix hard to do..?. i have a spare 00 750 engin sitting in my garage.. i mean if you can be specific.. thanks !
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Old 04-12-2005, 02:59 PM   #3
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

No one has been able to tell me how difficult this process is either! I have actually heard someone say that you need to turn the bike upside down. I think this would be done if you didnt just pull the engine. I need to do mine too but I kinda want to know what exactly I am getting into.
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Old 04-18-2005, 03:24 PM   #4
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

Thanx for the advice, I recently shattered the second gear out of my '02 750 tranny (Way too much power for the stock tranny)
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Old 04-26-2005, 10:20 AM   #5
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

Well when you remove the motor (very simple on the gixxer) it is fairly simple.

You remove the oil pan and then the lower case,.......just a bunch of bolts. But you need to remove the clutch and all the other components along the way. Once you get that off you will see all the parts just looking at you, simple fix, just remove the old bad parts, put in knew ones.
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Old 05-04-2005, 05:36 PM   #6
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

I have also heard someone mention flipping the bike upside down. Is this normal?? The only thing I could think of is maybe you dont have to pull the motor if you flip the whole bike over. Not sure though, I haven't pull the motor before. Heard of this????
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Old 05-25-2005, 05:44 AM   #7
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Does this apply to newer bikes?

Have the '04 and '05 bikes had the trannys updated/revised to not need this upgrade?
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Old 06-18-2005, 04:21 AM   #8
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Re: Does this apply to newer bikes?

what about the '03 bikes?same?
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Old 06-19-2005, 03:59 AM   #9
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

What is the 2nd gear problem?

There used to be a sticky detailing it, but no more.
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Old 06-19-2005, 04:13 PM   #10
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

I am a M/C mechanic and have done several trany rebuilds including the gsxr 750. PULL the motor out of the bike first! Remove all clutch componets. Remove the through bolts behind the cylinder on the top side of the cases. then flip engine upside down and remove oil pan then lower case half. the 2000 up gsxr's use a 3 piece case design so you wont have to worry about getting into the main bearings as you do with the Busa. When you take the main and driven shafts out of the cases and disassemble them lay everything out in order. It is best to wait till you have the new gears first so you can get things apart and back together quickly before you forget. I would strongly recomend getting a factory service manual and ues a torque wrench on reassemble.
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Old 07-03-2005, 06:42 PM   #11
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

Looking through Ron Ayers I noticed there is also a newer part for the gear shift shaft 25510-35F01, but unlike the 2nd driven gear the previous F00 part isn't discontinued. So should I go with the newer part?

Currently 2nd gear on my '00 slips under hard acceleration it always picks the gear back up after slipping momentarily, so do I need to replace the gear shift shaft and forks or would I only need to replace the 2nd & 6th driven gears?

Since it'll be open anyway I will replace them if it is recommended, but I am curious as to how they are damaged.
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Old 07-19-2005, 06:48 AM   #12
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

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Looking through Ron Ayers I noticed there is also a newer part for the gear shift shaft 25510-35F01, but unlike the 2nd driven gear the previous F00 part isn't discontinued. So should I go with the newer part?

Currently 2nd gear on my '00 slips under hard acceleration it always picks the gear back up after slipping momentarily, so do I need to replace the gear shift shaft and forks or would I only need to replace the 2nd & 6th driven gears?

Since it'll be open anyway I will replace them if it is recommended, but I am curious as to how they are damaged.
The original shift shaft was hollow and prone to bend during hard shifts......replace it with the solid one.

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Old 08-19-2005, 04:24 AM   #13
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

how much 4 are we looking at for a shop to fix the problem with 2nd gear anyone know roughly?
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Old 08-23-2005, 06:26 AM   #14
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

exactly what years have the issue or a range of VIN's? Is it just the 00's?
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Old 08-24-2005, 05:30 AM   #15
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

I believe I have this problem on my 03 750. I've ordered the parts. How much does the service for this cost? Can anyone recommend a place in SoCal?

My symptoms - accelerating in 2nd gear around 9k and upwards every 500 or so rpm it bucks. At first I thought it was the clutch slipping, but I put in a new clutch. Doesn't feel like it jumps in and out of gear, but almost as if a tooth was missing on the sprocket. A momentary loss of pull and then goes again. Very annoying.
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Old 08-25-2005, 04:03 AM   #16
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

Trik...definitaly 2nd gear...i work at a shop and i also have the exact same problem....2nd gear....your right in the explanation that it feels like your missing a few teeth off the sprocket. Until winter time...im just shifting through 2nd quickly...
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Old 08-31-2005, 05:00 AM   #17
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

i notice on my 02 750 when pullsing into traffic i put it into neutral then the traffic will pull away ill put it in 2nd gear and it makes some weird noises and doesnt seem like its healthy to do it so im using my clutch to coast up to the traffic light. Is 02 a year that has problems?
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Old 08-31-2005, 09:24 AM   #18
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

Trik, it depends on where you live in SoCal. If you are near San Diego then Poway Cycle in Poway is the place. I did mine in my garage on my 95 750. We did it in two days (we had to take time out to ride quads and such) and it isn't that hard of a job.
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Old 09-03-2005, 02:58 AM   #19
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

im looking at buying a 2000 750, if ya find one thats hardly used and was babied would just replacing that hollow push rod with a solid one work. i was just wondering since im looking at bikes with around 3,000 miles and not used hard at all. i had a friend with a 00 750 that told me i just need to replace that rod if the bike wasnt used hard and ill never have a problem as long i dont hammer the bike like stunters do.
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Old 09-05-2005, 05:28 AM   #20
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Re: Here is what you need to fix the 2000 750 2nd gear

Does the front sprocket have to come off to accomplish this gear change? I am unable to loosen the front sprocket - already broke a socket wrench.

But ... I don't want to pull the motor, only to have to loosen it with no leverage.

Also - anyone have a suggestion for holding the clutch basket to loosen that nut without buying the $150 tool?

Thanks everyone.
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