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I was reading through the forums and found the O-ring problem and some people having problems with the false neutrals and gear shifting. Is there anything i should be worried about?
 

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No, its been dead reliable so far. I rarely have false neutrals and in fact, have experienced more of this on other bikes. Generally, I find the shift action excellent. 6k miles in and I have not experienced any o-ring problems.... yet.
 

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yeah, the bike is pretty solid. If you end up racing or romping on the bike pretty hard, you can get some stiffer clutch springs. It is a super easy and cheap mod.
 

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I would say it's overall a super reliable and easy bike to ride and maintain. I don't think you could do much better if reliability and maintenance is a concern. I mean realistically, the Japanese bikes are going to be the most reliable so it's basically Kawi, Yamaha, or Honda. I think you will be hard-pressed to find anything better than the N400 at this price point.
 
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