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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-16-2006, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Reverse (aka GP) shift

I was told be the mechanic at my local dealership that the whole drim needed replaced for the F4 to reverse the shift pattern.

i did a search here and found a couple of people here were asking the same question.

did anybody here actually reverse the shift pattern on the F4? If so how and with what parts?
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P/N is 8A0089414. Pull out the cassette, swap drums, reinsert, replace gasket with new.

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That is one way to do it, and the cleanest. But most people, myself included, just install rearsets like Sato's which incorporates it's own shift lever and a linkage. the linkage can then be swapped, like your GSXR, to give GP Shift.

it's like this on a lot of bikes. No all bikes come with a shift linkage, some have the shift lever attached directly to the transmission. My CBRXX for example is like that. Funny enough, my RC51 came with a linkage, but installing the lever off my CBRXX turned it into GP shift.

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Uh-oh Bubba, you getting close?
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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 01:07 PM
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when i purchased the casoli rearsets there was no way to do a gp swap--
so i just had alex ortner make a lever for me
if you have the casoli rearsets and want to reverse tell me and i can have alex make the lever for you -


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Got the drum, do I need to remove the clutch to get the cassette to pull out?
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