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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 10:13 AM Thread Starter
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i have recently purchased a g310r as a courier bike to do food delivery (actually to have fun rather than making money)
i have ridden around 100 kms this week on it and i found myself always shift to neutral accidentally between first and second gear, but when i shift clutchless its not happening.
i m not particularly new rider i have commuted on a cbr300r for the last few years, it rarely happens.
i have also noticed while i m in gear i if i pull the clutch in sounds like there is a delay of the clutch disengaged, the rpm doesnt drop to idle immediately but after around 1 second
am i not familiar enough with the bike yet or its happening to everyone?
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 12:44 PM
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Your bike is still very new. Give it time to break in.
What you are doing is perfectly normal. I do clutchless shifting all the time.
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The slow return to tickover is one of the "benefits" of fuel injection, can be interesting on entering a slow corner, a carb would give immediate shutdown under the spring pressure.


You'll get used to it, plus the effect seems to reduce as the mileage rises.
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Do you have aftermarket clutch lever installed?
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Aftermarket clutch lever is needed for people with short fingers.
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post #6 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-20-2019, 07:11 AM
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I never accidentally end up in neutral between 1 and 2. Also my revs return to idle very quickly after I reduce throttle.

2018 G 310 R, 2016 C 650 Sport and 1976 (!) Yamaha XS650
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I have not noticed any of the OP's symptoms. They are not normal operation.
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post #8 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-20-2019, 07:36 PM
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The slow return to tickover is one of the "benefits" of fuel injection, can be interesting on entering a slow corner, a carb would give immediate shutdown under the spring pressure.


You'll get used to it, plus the effect seems to reduce as the mileage rises.

Disagree, you've probably never owned a sportbike.
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The slow return to tickover is one of the "benefits" of fuel injection, can be interesting on entering a slow corner, a carb would give immediate shutdown under the spring pressure.


You'll get used to it, plus the effect seems to reduce as the mileage rises.
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it makes not sense.

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Your bike is still very new. Give it time to break in.
What you are doing is perfectly normal. I do clutchless shifting all the time.
I doubt it has anything with the bike being new or not. the clutch cable is probably too loose...

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