Racing or OCD.... no other reason.Yikes! This post shook the cobwebs. Got a kick out of the guy in the video Chuck. Anyway, take a look at your service manual. Just getting to these components requires disassembly of damn near the entire engine. Oh hell no! One thing I've learned over 50 years of working on machinery is: If you're gonna pull apart an entire WORKING engine to make some unneeded change, it's time to stop eating lunch in the spray booth.
Hey LUKASTEAM,keep us updated on the outcome of your repair
Thanks for sharing your story and insights, John. I’m trying to puzzle together the two different perspectives, your real world experience of great results vs the mechanic video that Chuck posted where the guy opined that transmissions that slip out of gear are likely suffering from thin forks or shift drum ratchet problems or some other excessive clearance issue. Do you have a theory on why undercutting was the best choice for this particular bike? Abuse by previous owner or weak design or some other idea?Anyway, time will tell.