Re: 1996 Front Sprocket Removal
I hear you my friend. I ended up taking this bike to the shop to let them install the sprockets, chain, wheel bearings, and balancing of the tires. This bike also had a issue with the engine dying at random, which I had been trying to fix ever since I bought this bike two years ago. I wanted to ask some questions here, since my bike is an ex-race bike that was raced at the Michigan International race track, so where better than a Gixxer forum to ask questions about this bike, especially since not much of the engine is stock, and a factory manual may not be of much help when a highly modified bike is acting up. However, I learned really quickly that this forum is not the one that I will be using for any other possible future bike issues. I wish that people who are to smart to give a quick answer would just move onto the next forum question without feeling the need to take stabs at people like me who are obviously not on their mechanical know-how level.
Either way, the mechanical issues on my GSXR were sorted out after I contacted a race shop a couple of days ago. The shop owner took a couple of minutes to talk to me and gave me some great suggestions on what and on how to trouble shoot my bike, which I did, and the bike is running absolutely perfect now.
And yes, I know, I should use a manual. But to me, asking a simple question is sometimes easier, especially looking at the little play time I have.
Either way, thanks for your comment,
It's not always easy being me!