Re: '96 CBR900RR Slips from 2nd to Neutral While Accelerating
You could do the second gear fork first and see if it's better and you might be able to avoid splitting the cases.
Forks often get bent as dogs wear due to the rider kicking the lever in frustration or trying to hold the gears in and such so they need to at least be checked anyway when you replace the gears. A worn or bent fork can cause the dogs to not fully engage and eventually result in the dogs wearing round.
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