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Old 08-07-2012, 11:50 PM   #16
Nailhead
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Honda Trail 90's, and the old Yamaha snorkel cased 80's and 100's had neutral at the top...
So did the Minitrail I had.

That pattern made so much sense and became so ingrained that I just walked away from the TM 75 my dad was trying to teach me to ride because I refused to put up with what I thought was a stupid shift pattern. I think I gave it all of about 2 minutes before I got fed up.
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Old 08-10-2012, 06:50 PM   #17
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They only put a 3-speed D/R in the TC120 though, with an odd shift pattern - neutral at the top and all three gears down.

Still waiting on new petcocks to get the TC120s running. Just rode the TC90 to the hardware store on my lunch break.

I'm going to fix a few more things then put the TC90 up for sale, maybe upgrade to a KLR650. ;)

My Suzuki K11p with an 80cc has a 4 speed with neutral at the top.
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