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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-22-2018, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Which tail tidy and which quickshifter

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As the title says, what tail tidy would you recommend for my 2007 f312r as I can only seem to find ones that look a bit natty for it.
I like the tail tidy from later models but don’t think they will fit mine?
Also which quick shift works best with that particular bike from your experience?
I’m in England.

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This is what I had on my F4. Did a great job and was top quality.

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Quick shifter is a bit more problematic as the 5SM ECU in standard configuration doesn't support it. You're going to need more than just a linkage with strain gauge.....talk to Chris at X-Bikes...... spend the bucks on a Microtec.

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Thanks for your replies guys. That tail tidy looks very nice indeed!
As for the quickshifter then I will
Investigate further.
Many thanks for your advice.
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The Melotti tail tidy is also the one I used. They are getting harder to find and the later models are not compatible with the First Gen bikes.

Posting an inquiry in the Wanted To Buy section may get you one....

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You can fit a Cordona PQ8 as it has its own ecu.

Fully adjustable strain gauge toe peg if you have standard rear sets.

I fitted one to my 2006 f4... Got it from Moto46, UK....
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