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  1. Thanks I will give it a try . I already lift the gear leaver when going through the gears to give me a smoother change but haven't really taken the time to check the difference how the lever feels when in top . Thanks for the advise will give it a go
  2. Thanks guys some good advice. This is my first bike since passing my test on a Suzuki which had an indicator. Im sure I'll get use to it , just need to stop looking for that 7th gear :-)
  3. I have a technical question that you may be able to help me with . My Yamaha doesn't have a gear selector indicator so i have been looking at aftermarket products . There are various on the market that say plug and play via the diagnostic lead for my model . I may be wrong but i don't think my bike has a diagnostic plug the fault codes are indicated as flash codes . i cant find anything in my Haynes manual yet when i email the supplier they say its under the seat ? am i missing something thanks for your help kurt
  4. Hi New to biking and new member to the club . Just purchased my first bike after passing my test ,Yamaha Xj6 Diversion F on 64 plate . All the reviews said it was a good first bike ,hopefully all you experienced riders will agree. I have a technical question that you may be able to help me with . My Yamaha doesn't have a gear selector indicator so i have been looking at aftermarket products . There are various on the market that say plug and play via the diagnostic lead for my model . I may be wrong but i don't think my bike has a diagnostic plug the fault codes are indicated as flash codes . i cant find anything in my Haynes manual yet when i email the supplier they say its under the seat ? am i missing something thanks for your help Kurt
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