Originally Posted by JETMECHANIC
Satoracing have them on both of my bikes
I bought the Sato Racing sets for my bike, and I've got them setup in GP shift. The fit and finish is perfect, as I'd expect being as they are the most expensive and priced higher than the others.
I'll be honest, I bought them almost solely because of their price, because I am very picky about how the bike shifts and wanted the shift action to be perfect. It's not, and I'm fairly disappointed so far. Maybe it's something I've failed to adjust, I don't know. Normal clutched shifting is perfect, it's the QS that doesn't feel right anymore. It takes a long push down in order to actuate the QS, much longer than I felt it was before the rearsets, and stiffer too. If there is a way to adjust the QS I'd love to hear it.
I have my rear sets adjusted to the shortest shift throws possible, one position shorter than yours in fact (I'm using the top hole for the BMW shift rod, and the left hole for the Sato rod to the foot rest).
Like I said, normal shifting is perfect for me, it's the QS that just feels like it takes much more effort than it did with the factory rearsets. If the QS itself can be adjusted at all, I'd love to hear how.