And what about the work to get the transmission to the work bench from the point where you switch off the ignition and climb off the bike. Holy crap!!What are the odds of doing all that without screwing something up!?!?
That's what I was thinking, the chances of the shop screwing it up is potentially huge.
And this is why you leave all that technical stuff to the shop guys. And probably why the shop rate is so high, the patience they have to have to work on bikes......
That looks like a time consuming and therefore expensive little exercise. I bet someone at Yamaha got their arse kicked over that - it must be costing them a fortune. Has your bike been done yet?
I haven't had mine done yet, but have rang them and they have ordered in the kit required for doing the works. I still debating whether or not to get it done.
all will be good with it at least there admitting it and doing something about it to all of them
we got any updates on the gearbox steve
No mate not yet, I'm thinking to wait until winter to get it done. I've been busy on weekends and haven't got any rides in.
Wow mate - what an epic break down and rebuild. Let us know how it goes once you get this done - will be very interested to see how Yamaha tech step up to the challenge.
Hi MateThanks for dropping by. I've just got the bike back on saturday and I'm hoping to get out this weekend and try it out.