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Hi everyone I have a shift moped of the brand beta but if I have driven for a while I can still shift gears perfectly but neutral succeeds that not so well when I turn off my moped it succeeds back perfectly you may know why or you tips ps I have already replaced motor oil thanks in advance

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Hey

so I really can't do anything about it or change it so that it is good because with friends of mine, they have no last

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I personally use my hand when I want neutral when I come to a stop. I can easily get neutral when the bike is still rolling. 

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3 minutes ago, wobblenorbed said:

I personally use my hand when I want neutral when I come to a stop. I can easily get neutral when the bike is still rolling. 

I cannot go into neutral at all when my moped is still running but if I have turned it off then it is perfect

 

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3 hours ago, betaridder said:

 

Hey

so I really can't do anything about it or change it so that it is good because with friends of mine, they have no last

A bit of gentle and patient prodding with your foot will get neutral eventually. Using a last would be far too violent.

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Hello!

Try the "Beta Clutch Fix" !

Perhaps you have clutch drag and thats why you have problems to get it in the neutral when the motor is running.

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Neutral is always difficult because the neutral notch on the cam is smaller and in between two larger notches. As pointed out clutch drag doesn’t help either. I find getting neutral from first almost impossible. From second just a light tap on the lever usually gets it but it’s not a sure thing. 

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Try a quick blip of throttle as you try for neutral as well. It often helps. Make sure the clutch fluid is fresh and well bled. Putoline Nanotrans GP gearbox oil can help with clutch drag issues. 

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On 8/15/2020 at 1:23 AM, pindie said:

Try a quick blip of throttle as you try for neutral as well. It often helps.

One of those things a lot of people do but not on a conscious level. 

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