yes no problem
i am not sure of the 2003 gsxr 600. but i have an 07' gsxr and i had mine to 171 on the highway in 6th gear.
on the transmssion, no matter which of the 3 (3sp,4ps, 5sp) its really a reverse switch, see? reverse gear engaged switch.
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You need to lift the collar on the gear stick to engage reverse gear
no but you can by a kit on eBay for a reverse gear
Its not in reverse gear.
The reverse gear is the strongest.
gixxers have a kick stand safety, so the bike will not start in any gear other than neutral when the kickstand is down. if the kickstand is up then you should be able to start it in any gear with no problem if you pull in the clutch they also have a clutch safety switch.
To change the CVT gear oil in Suzuki Swift, you need a 4L can for your car.
no theres not
Yes, the larger models have reverse gear, those produced after 2005.
The reverse gear linkage would be attached to the transmission, not the transfer case.
The linkage could be bad.
Most motorcycles (with the notable exception of Honda Gold Wings) don't have reverse gear.
1st gear will always be your lowest gear no matter what bike you are on.
Shift linkages not put in the correct spots.
Most motorcycles, personal watercraft and airplanes are usually lacking a reverse gear.
The lift and pull reverse gear is found in cars like the Chevrolet Optra. To shift on to reverse, lift the ring below the gear knob and shift on to 1st gear like you would always do, but with the ring being held.
because there is no further GEAR in reverse.
most suzuki's that old 1 down 4up