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I have a 1986 Honda reflex tlr200 that is having some issues about two years ago, I was riding it around and it got stuck in gear and wouldn’t go back to neutral. I got frustrated and brought my foot down on the shifter with considerable force. The arm rotated downward too far and it was stuck. Since then, I have moved the arm back and messed with the shifter enough to get the bike back into neutral. It will shift into first and other gears again. I replaced the oil and started it back up. It shifted into first and tried to ride it, but the clutch didn’t seem to be really grabbing. I can get it to move very slowly, but can stop it with my feet and keep it still with the clutch engaged in first without a stall. When I open up the throttle, it seems to bog down as well. I’m not sure what the problem is, but I’d like to fix it myself without having to take it into the Honda dealer. Anyone know what the problem could be and how I’d go about fixing it? Thanks.
I have a street legal 1987 TLR200 Reflex, I want to dump the battery box and the gell cell battery but keep my Lights. I asked about using a Bat-Pac battery eliminator, Quote"The Bat-Pac is not compatible with the "Honda TLR200 Reflex" Thanks for you inquiry, Derek Nichols" <email@example.com> My Question to the forum is how do I dump the battery but keep my lights and not blow my bulbs if I over rev the engine on a missed shift or something. I thought a capacitor and the regulator would be the trick. I do not understand why it will not work when he says it will work with on a XL https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bat-Pac-BATTERY-ELIMINATOR-Honda-XL-350-100-200-175-185-XL/272878286963?hash=item3f88d03873:g:TpEAAOSwx-9Wzk7x&vxp=mtr. plus http://bat-pac.com/compatibility/ Please explain to me...Is it the fact that the Reflex TLR200 has something other than a magneto with a lighting coil? Thanks, Tim