Super dumb question and feel free to make fun. I struggle to find neutral on my ROK shifter when I’m on the grid. I have a Mychron 5 2T. The dry clutch doesn’t allow for the old backup option of just holding down the clutch.
Until I get the feel down, is there any visual display indicator that would confirm my kart is in neutral? I realize the mychron won’t show the “N” gear, but is there some other measure that would indicate it’s in neutral?
I’m also open to any sure proof tricks on banging that thing into neutral, so I don’t spazz on the grid.
Not familiar with shifter karts but I’m guessing the engine does not present any electrical or mechanical indication for neutral. If the shift linkage stops at a fixed position for neutral, a position sensor like a throttle pedal sensor could work. I’d check with AiM.
I had difficulties with a bike finding neutral. Coasting the last few feet to a stop light made it easier to find neutral while moving slowly.
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