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post #11 of 59 (permalink) Old 12-04-2012, 03:01 AM Thread Starter
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I sent ya a PM, but I'm obviously confused haha.

Did the 2012s have a different shifter than the 13s? My shift rod runs through the frame and is like 12" long. Did you change it on yours?
The 2012's and 2013's are the same as delivered.

I wanted to condense the shifting linkage as much as possible. This unit uses the factory shift assist with a spherical bearing at each end. No additional linkage or rod is required. All of the parts bolt directly to the engine cases. I have machined the parts to eliminate any bolt on spacers; everything is solid.

I think anyone using this system will be pleased!
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Just curious - I've got the BMW HP rearsets and the HP inverted shift. It all works fine but could do with more adjustment for the lever position.

Would you be anodising some of these to match the BMW HP "titanium" colour?


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Just curious - I've got the BMW HP rearsets and the HP inverted shift. It all works fine but could do with more adjustment for the lever position.

Would you be anodising some of these to match the BMW HP "titanium" colour?


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I do plan on offering that color. I should say I plan on offering anodizing in the color "titanium." I have not seen the factory BMW color, so I'm not sure they would be the same. I will check with my anodizer and see if there are standards in the colors.
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price?

What is the price???
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post #16 of 59 (permalink) Old 12-04-2012, 08:50 AM
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I am really sorry, but i think you did make the same mestake with BMW.
Distance A is a lot smaller than B.
That requires more movement from the foot to change gear.
This was the reason back in 10 for miss shifts.
Many of us did not move our foot all the way up, so a miss shift was the result.
Especially in high gears

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what CAD program are you using?


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post #18 of 59 (permalink) Old 12-04-2012, 02:47 PM
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I think the sensor isn't in the correct position. It's a "Pull" sensor, not "Push" type. Have you tried the quickshifter?
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I think the sensor isn't in the correct position. It's a "Pull" sensor, not "Push" type. Have you tried the quickshifter?
He probably running it std not gp shift if it was gp the linkage to the shifter would be pointing on the other side

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Crash protection

Teddybear,
How about machining crash protection for the engine cases(similar to GB Racing), but anodized in different colors, just like Rizoma makes for the Ducatis?

They look absolutely cool, and Im waiting for someone to make these for our bikes.
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