Well, what I thought was only going to be a minor repair has turned into a major project. My new Zx-14r only had 40 miles when I began to notice something was not right with the shifter lever. I first thought it was because the bike was new so I continued to drive it for a little over 100 miles. So, the next morning I called the dealership and I was told to bring the bike in to have it looked. They were able to duplicate the problem very easily. So, I was told that the clutch will need to be removed and inspected. The next day I received a phone call from the service manager. I was then told that the clutch and clutch basket looked good. The service manager also contacted Kawasaki tech support and was told to replace the shift fork and some other parts. Sounds simple I thought. Not really I was told. The engine will need to be removed and the block will need to be split. I'm very grateful that the dealership is doing their best to fix my bike. However my bike only has 149 miles on it. I just picked it up on May 23. Did I get stuck with a lemon?. I have had several Kawasaki sportbikes ,this is the first time I have ever had a problem with it. I havent even stopped to refill my fuel tank and the engine already needs to be removed. I was told by the service manager it will take about 2 weeks. My dealership has a great staff, I have been their customer for about 18 years. However, I must admit I'm a little concerned with the turnout of a major repair. I mean really, my bike only has 149 miles and now this.