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brutale to gp shift

I searched but didn't get my answer. Is there a way to make my 910r gp shift with the stock rearsets. I don't see how I could, but may I am mistaken.
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You have to buy the reverse shift - or GP shift drum.
Where do you purchase a reverse shift drum?
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Where do you purchase a reverse shift drum?
It is a OEM part and can be ordered by every dealer. i may
depends on the model, but the dealer can certainly help you.
i found the following part number

8A0089414

which should fit the models Brutale 910 R, 910 S, and 1078
as well as F4 312 RR 1078.
(see here from the site sponsors: item 11 for stock and GP style http://www.startwintrading.com/en/mo..._-_rr_/oem/370)

but a word of warning:

if you decide to go along this path, i hope you are fully aware
how much effort it is to install it.

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It is a OEM part and can be ordered by every dealer. i may
depends on the model, but the dealer can certainly help you.
i found the following part number

8A0089414

which should fit the models Brutale 910 R, 910 S, and 1078
as well as F4 312 RR 1078.
(see here from the site sponsors: item 11 for stock and GP style http://www.startwintrading.com/en/mo..._-_rr_/oem/370)

but a word of warning:

if you decide to go along this path, i hope you are fully aware
how much effort it is to install it.
Thanks for the link. With the cost of the drum and the work involved, I would be better off buying aftermarket rearsets.
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i'd go the reverse drum route....

buy the drum for less than 1/3rd what the rear sets cost and wait until an oil/coolant change

and the factory route is so much cleaner looking

i think there is an error in the parts book;
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