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Old 11-10-2007, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Reverse gear

Does anyone know how the reverse gear engages on the 700xx?
I'd really like to know.
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Old 12-21-2007, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Reverse gear

Anyone?
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Re: Reverse gear

I believe the switch is on the bars, but I could be wrong.
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It works the same wat as the 400ex but instead of a turn dial you have to pull on the leaver that is located on the right side of the bike close to the front fender and the key. You have to put the bike in first gear then pull the leaver and then click down one more time and it is reverse. One nice thing about the trx700xx compaired to the 400ex is that you can start your bike in revers.
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You also have to be in 1st gear to be able to put it into reverse.



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Anyone know of a way to move the reverse to the handle bars so you dont have to reach down... i know, i'm lazy.
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Dr. D makes a handlebar reverse switch for the raptors, I wonder if they make one for the XX, or if it can be used with the XX?
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Dr. D makes a handlebar reverse switch for the raptors, I wonder if they make one for the XX, or if it can be used with the XX?
I'm assuming the lever is just pulling a cable on the tranny. Makes sense to me it could be relocated.
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I'm working on installing a set of ASV levers that have the hot start feature, which is just a thumb operated lever on the clutch perch. If all goes as planned, I will re-route the reverse cable up to there and be able to engage it from the bars.
Stay tuned for updates....back to the garage
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Great idea Dave!

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