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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-14-2012, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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rear sets, which ones?

hey fellas. been helping a friend with her bike and ran into some issues. she purchased a set of driven sets to move her legs up a bit. they do that very well, but one thing that they do NOT do is shift correctly with the quickshifter. i tried adjusting the linkage in and out to no avail. took it to the dealership, techs hooked up the diagnostics and said the sensor works fine. i did the 'learn' mode ride where you go at least 10 seconds in each gear using the clutch to shift, up and down. still nothing helped.
so im pretty sure shes gonna be selling these and looking into buying another setup.

so the question is, which set works 100% with the quickshifter and is adjustable height?

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-14-2012, 06:31 PM
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I just installed attack rearsets and quick shifter works great


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I did the Gilles, and they worked fine. Less aggressive foot pegs (knurls) than the Attack... I run the Attack on my race bike and love em. Either one would work fine w/the QS.

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actually i just rode the bike again and pulled the shift lever by hand, QS works but the effort required is way more than you can put out with your toes. the pivot arm on the driven sets is way off. i've tried flipping it all kinds of different ways and it hits the swingarm all but one way which just doesnt work.

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The angle between part 06 23 41 7 711 227 SHIFT LEVER
and part 04 23 41 7 708 575 SELECTOR ROD - L=305,5MM
Need to be as close to 90 degrees as possible. In addition, part
04 23 41 7 708 575 SELECTOR ROD - L=305,5MM
and the shift lever also need to be as close to 90 as possible.

I have the HPs and I have them moved up and forward as much (I'm 5'6'') as possible and I did have to move part 06 a little, but it works fine.
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Just installed my Attacks last night. They are machined works of art. With GP shift the QS is so much better than stock. Didn't try standard shift with them but I am sure it is the same.

Pegs are aggressive but I prefer them that way. Can't wait for next months track day.
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I've see attack rear sets after a 40mph low side (shifter side). the foot peg grounded off about 1/2 inch and everything was still working fine.
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post #8 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-25-2012, 08:13 PM
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Another vote for Attacks from T.J. at RidersDiscount. They are very aggressive on the outside of the pegs but you can use zip ties on the last three grooves to make them less aggressive on the street, then cut the zip ties off when you hit the track.

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Is that they Dan Kyle exhaust system? How do you like it?
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Yes it is. It is a work of art, the welds look like they were done with a sewing machine, fitment was great, extremely light weight, nice throttle note. It is made in Japan and the superb craftsmanship shows. Pegram runs the Dan Kyle exhaust too. S&Kmotorrad was looking it over when he stopped by and commented on it as well. I get a lot of compliments on it and I have not seen another one yet.
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