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How to make the F3 Gp style shift and keep the stock look?

I know on the F4 I could and did switch the drum to keep the stock look and have the gp style shift pattern. Can I do something like this on the F3? I want to keep the Ago stock looking while having Gp style shifting. The linkage arm must stay where it is at and run through the frame.
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I don't know about changing the shift drum but CNC make an "adapter" to change your stock rear set to GP shift by changing the foot control, this also move the shift rod from through the frame plate to a more vertical position.

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Haven't seen any yet Andrew ..... but will look around for you.

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Andrew doesn't want to relocate the shift link from the frame Hans, he's looking for a reverse shift drum like we use on the <2010 bikes.

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You can flip the bellcrank 180 but the quick shifter won't like it

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You can flip the bellcrank 180 but the quick shifter won't like it
Not enough space for that.
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Not enough space for that.
then use a shorter bell crank.......This isn't rocket science.....

but I don't know if the pressure transducer will like it or not, does it quick shift up and down?

Why "GP" shift...... because your toe is under the lever.... WTF

Raise the peg and move it to the rear ...... problem solved.....

Look at Jarno Saarenin's bars and levers.....

even Steve McLaughlin figured that shit out in the '70s..... I was his wrench

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then use a shorter bell crank......
You're not looking at the original configuration Noel, the pics above are aftermarket models

And no, the quickshifter will not read both ways on this model, but that can be sorted.
Many older bikes actually did use reverse shift or right foot shift.

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then use a shorter bell crank.......This isn't rocket science.....

but I don't know if the pressure transducer will like it or not, does it quick shift up and down?

Why "GP" shift...... because your toe is under the lever.... WTF

Raise the peg and move it to the rear ...... problem solved.....

Look at Jarno Saarenin's bars and levers.....

even Steve McLaughlin figured that shit out in the '70s..... I was his wrench
I have been shifting 1 up and 5 down on all my bikes for over 10 years now.

quick shift on this model works for upshifts. And why do I want to change it? Missing a shift is not fun and even less fun in the corner
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