I got a stock shift lever and I got big feet and I miss gears cause mine to close to engine does this one stick out a little bit more than stock I got a 1993 cr250
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Would give 5 stars if it looked better. Functions great, and seems to be really good quality. Works very well on my 02 XR100.
Works but made cheap
I love this shift lever. I bought this one because the one I was going to buy was out of stock but I am very happy with this one. It feels so much more durable than my stock shifter and it is built very well. No loose parts, tight spring, easy to install. I will be buying another in the future if I get another bike.
Bought a new IMS Shifter a few weeks ago and I absolutely love this product. It changed the whole feel of the way my bike shifts. I have a 2014 Yamaha TTR-125LE, and it completely eliminated the extra linkage to the shifter which I love. Great product, amazing look, and a good quality.
If you're thinking about buying this but you see another less expensive shifter. Buy this one it's way stronger. It's worth the extra money. I've gone through two other shifters. This one is holding up great.
I was having trouble reaching my shift lever with my boots on, after installing I was extremely pleased on placement and ease if shifting. Great quality and looks. Very happy with shifter and motosprt is always the best to deal with. Thanks!!!
My tired old 1998 Kawasaki KLX300R that I use for dual sport and was licensed when it was new and you could still license a dirt bike in Oregon, needed a new shift lever. I decided this bike did not justify an expensive trick alloy lever considering what I use it for and purchased a steel, stock length IMS lever. It fit perfectly with no hassle, works as it should and I feel that it is a bargain compared to some of the brands that are sold.
I recommend it to anyone with an older bike that is not their main dirt bike that wants to save a few bucks.
The second time I went riding with this shift lever it bent. Very weak. I got stuck in first gear and had to ride home going slow thanks to this junk shifter.
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Question asked by Ethan27
Question:Q: Will this lever fit on my 2006 yamaha ttr125L? It said that it does but i want to make sure.Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: According to IMS it will fit on your bike.
Question asked by George
Question:Q: Is this longer than the stock 2007 kx 250 shifterQuestion asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by DozerdawgUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: I replaced the stock shift lever on my 1997 kdx 220. They seem to be similar in length and bend.
Question asked by Tyler123
Question:Q: Is this shifter longer than a stock yz80 shifter?Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question asked by Corey
Question:Q: I have a 03 Kawasaki Klr 250 dual sport enduro will this fit on my bike?Question asked 2 years 12 months ago
Question answered by BK530User's contributor status:Question answered 2 years 12 months agoAnswer: A: this does not fix your bike, all the models are listed on the bootom.
Question asked by Billy
Question:Q: Is the shifter all steel or does it have a softer splines like aluminum.Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Steel shaft and splines.
Question asked by Seth
Question:Q: Will this fit my 2007 300ex?Question asked Over 3 years agoI want a new shift lever for my 300ex because I snapped the end off but I can't find one for it. Will this fit
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: No sorry, IMS does not offer a shift lever for your 2007 Honda TRX300EX.
Question asked by Badatmotocross
Question:Q: Could this shift lever fix my issue?Question asked Over 3 years agoMy problem with my 01 Honda cr125r is that the stock shift lever is very loose. I tried tightening the bolt underneath and it fixed it temporarily for only 2 minutes after I changed gears multiple times. after looking at it more it looks like the splines aren't threaded to the shift lever anymore. Tried finding splines on here but no luck. Could the problem just be the shift lever itself?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Its hard to say for sure without being able to see the splines on the shifter and the inside of the shifter itself. The shaft is steel and the shifter is aluminum so generally the softer, weaker aluminum will wear out or damage before the steel shaft. I would pull the shift lever off the shaft and inspect the shaft splines for damage or wear. You likely just need a new shift lever.
Question asked by Gears
Question:Q: Will this shifter fit on my 85 cr 500 with a boysen clutch coverQuestion asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Yes you should have no problem running this IMS Shift Lever on your 1985 Honda CR500 with Boyesen cover. Just be sure to correctly select the Year/Make/Model of your bike before ordering so we can be sure to send you the correct lever for your bike. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Question asked by renchh19
Question:Q: Shift Lever RemovalQuestion asked Over 4 years agoI bought one of these shifter for my son's crf100f and I can't seem to remove the old one from the bike. I have removed the bolt but, cant get the shifter off the spline. Can anyone help me with this? I have searched the internet far and wide with no success. All I can find is how to remove the shifter spindle but, I would still need to remove the shift lever before I could even perform that step if necessary. any help is much appreciated.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Once the bolt is removed the shift lever will usually slide on and off the shaft easily. You can try prying open the clamping area of the shifter but you really shouldn't have to. I have seen before where the splines on the shaft had been damaged so instead of replacing the shaft they tack welded the shifter to the shaft (not a good idea).
Question asked by Hager33
Question:Q: Can I replace the spring?Question asked Over 4 years agoThe spring broke after a fall and I was wondering if I can buy a replacement spring for it.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Unfortunately IMS does not sell the spring separately.