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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-12-2018, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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GP shift and quickshift for F4

Looking for recommendations on new rearsets to convert to GP shift and quickshifter recommendation for my 2007 F41000R. Don't want reverse drum.
I found these Sato but seems to be excessive cams/gears required to accomplish this.
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The key to making this system work well is to ensure the connecting linkages are as close to 90 degree angles as possible. This will transmit as much undiminished motion and energy as possible through the linkages.

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Is there a rearset with direct connection to shifter arm?

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The shift arm on your bike is directly connected to the shift drum.

In order to affect a reverse shift pattern, the shift lever would have to be flipped so that the motion is reversed. In order to do that (without the reverse drum), you need a linkage.

Gilles Tooling has rearsets that have minimal linkage that might be able to do just that.

On my 312R, were I to flip the lever (green bos) to the red position, the shift action would be reversed. I do not know if there is clearance to the sprocket cover,or other hard parts, for this.

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Theres a few out there, I use PP tuning for most of my bikes https://www.pptuning.eu/catalog/tuningove-dily/5330f

I don't think you need a complex linkage as the bodywork should be in clearance.

On my F4 I run standard and have reverse shift and no issues with clearance or maintaining geometry (albeit 2015). I was given some rearsets by a mate for the F4, I cant remember who made them but can check.
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Been doing this for the last ..... 8 years. There's a lot of options out there.

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Theres a few out there, I use PP tuning for most of my bikes https://www.pptuning.eu/catalog/tuningove-dily/5330f

I don't think you need a complex linkage as the bodywork should be in clearance.

On my F4 I run standard and have reverse shift and no issues with clearance or maintaining geometry (albeit 2015). I was given some rearsets by a mate for the F4, I cant remember who made them but can check.
Thanks, really like these, going to order a set.

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Any imput on recommended quick shifter

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Have a look at the Cordona PQ8
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