Calling all Honda Mechanics out there...I have a 05 Foreman 500es that I just had serviced for the first time at about 175 miles. I waited because I got the recall about the tie rod ends, but my dealer did not have parts in yet. Anyway in the meantime, I get the clutch update. Long story made short is I had the first service, Oil change, valves adjusted, clutch updated and tie rod ends completed all at once. This was about 2 weeks ago. I had never had one single problem at all with anything prior to this service. I went riding this weekend, put on about 110 Arkansas Trail Miles and had problems shifting. Just about every time I tried to upshift out of reverse, it would not go into neutral. Even with rocking the machine some, it was still hard to get out of reverse. The bike did not even make any sound like it was trying to go into neutral. I just kept trying and all of the sudden it would go. A couple of times, it seemed a little harder to get into 1st from neutral, but not that big of a deal. The getting out of reverse problem really burned me up, knowing that I had never had that problem before and I also just had it worked on. I am not saying that my dealer screwed it up. I'm just wanting to know if there are some adjustments that can be or that need to be made because of the clutch update or is there a break-in period after the modification? I have also read a few things about a sensor that may need to be cleaned. Is that a difficult task or a procedure that I can do?