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Old 11-06-2019, 07:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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According to the pictures I thin the axle is slightly bent and having a hard time rotating in the bunching.
If that's the case... Dismantle it an see if its bent, or just try with to grease it with some oil and see if it works the same.

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Old 11-06-2019, 07:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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That is where I think the problem is.

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Old 11-06-2019, 07:34 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I'm in San Jose

Thanks for posting the pics for me rij1
There is actually a weird noise when I rev the engine, starts to appear around 2kish or with enough vibration?

I uploaded a video from my phone on youtube, sorry I can't directly link again

youtube.com/watch?v=bPZQDidsqbE
sound appears at 0:14

Will check that location out Pecman.


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I'm in San Jose

Thanks for posting the pics for me rij1
There is actually a weird noise when I rev the engine, starts to appear around 2kish or with enough vibration?

I uploaded a video from my phone on youtube, sorry I can't directly link again

youtube.com/watch?v=bPZQDidsqbE
sound appears at 0:14

Will check that location out Pecman.


Thank you guys for all your help!
Sounds like something is bent as I mentioned earlier.
That rattle sound may go away if you pull the clutch lever as it kinda sounds like it's about to go into gear or if it's dragging a gear a bit.


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What he (earlier) meant to say was the Warrior's transmission is integrated into the motor. The cross shaft travels from the foot brake pedal to the motor side case where the transmission gears and dogs etc live. When the bike fell over it may have jarred the foot rest where the shifter lives. It could have moved something out of alignment. Or it could have pushed the transmission shift shaft 'in' at the motor side cover. Plus it could have rotated the connecting link points, like at the motor housing or on the foot rest shift linkage.

If it were me I would document in pics before and during disassembly. I would also investigate the handlebar clutch lever and cables and the push/pull lever on the motor clutch case.
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Old 11-06-2019, 08:59 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Hey guys just wanted to say thanks again for all the help, its very much appreciated! I unfortunately have to head to work so I am going to look at what Pecman said, investigate the stuff arizonawarrior has said to look at and then that encircled portion on the diagram rij1 has posted (going to see if I can get a friend to help out) over the next few days / weekend when I am not at work
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I had some issues a few years ago when something fell on the bike over the winter in storage. When I initially looked things over, nothing appeared to be damaged, when I started it up in the spring I had a horrible time trying to shift it up/down and couldn't find N to save my life. I thought something major was wrong but fiddled with the clutch adjustments on the handlebars instead as they were a bit loose, that fixed everything and haven't had an issue since. Maybe give that a look and make sure your clutch is adjusted properly at the handlebars as that's also on the left side and could've gotten jostled. I'm all about looking at the easiest thing to fix first!
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Thanks for the info Zmann, same I start with the easy stuff first! I will pay close attention to the clutch adjustments.

I'm trying to wait on looking at the shift shaft since it looks like I have to drain the engine oil according the service manual (page 370/371)
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I'm trying to wait on looking at the shift shaft since it looks like I have to drain the engine oil according the service manual (page 370/371)
Not necessarily. You can lean the bike over to t he right against something strong and oil won't drain out much at all. But you may need a gasket and if you have to remove the old one it may take some time.
If you have to open the clutch cover and to have more of a purpose I would look into the Barnett pressure plate and Or the 2 or 3 full friction plate mod.

How far did your shift lever move into the bike when it bent?
I'm not sure as the angle of the pic but maybe th he shift linkage is hitting the emissions canister and not allowing to drop into 1st?
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Welcome to the brotherhood and the best warrior forum.
Sorry to hear about your fall but you have some of the best guys helping you out.
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