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Quickshifer invert ...how much time...??

How much time did you spend getting used?
Because I can't test in road ,only in circuit,and may be dangerous...or not?

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if you prepare yourself, i agree with donsy on the track. however, be careful in routine situation, like pulling into the box, that is when i
shifted the wrong way.
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if you prepare yourself, i agree with donsy on the track. however, be careful in routine situation, like pulling into the box, that is when i
shifted the wrong way.
Thanks Hanspeter.
I remember that you told me this.

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I guess the real question is does it really help on the track? I'm picking up a bike this week that's been converted to GP shift and I'm wondering if its going to be helpful or just darn confusing...
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I guess the real question is does it really help on the track? I'm picking up a bike this week that's been converted to GP shift and I'm wondering if its going to be helpful or just darn confusing...
Firedancer,Donsy, fast guys , I think this people said that is a change very important, if you want go fast.
May be in street is not important...but in circuit yes.


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I think it is desirable on the track because it gets your foo out from under the shift lever while on the gas exiting a turn. Your clearance to ground is very tight and it takes catching your boot out of the equation.

On a track day, on a normal shift Ducati Monster, I did just that, caught my boot on the curbing exiting a corner as I went to up-shift. It launched me sideways and tore part of my boot sole and bent my shift lever. I saved the bike with some judicial aerobatics and lived to tell the tale. If it had been GP shift, well I don't think it would have happened and I wouldn't have a "good story".

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Good info. Hopefully it will become second nature quickly.
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I think it is desirable on the track because it gets your foo out from under the shift lever while on the gas exiting a turn. Your clearance to ground is very tight and it takes catching your boot out of the equation.
+ 1

it is generaly more stable to up shift under hard
acceleration, and in addition, it allows you to shift
in positions, you would not dare to shift otherwise.

here an example, of a race track, where you have
to be very brave for shifting with normal setup:

Hockenheim parabolica (the first 17 seconds of the video
speed up to 300 km/h, and shifting at some lean angle)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwKC-ozsmYs


but on the street, the reverse shifting is completely useless.
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