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Who has converted their F3 to GP shift and how

I want to go back to GP shift on my F3
All I can find is a CNC Racing GP shifter assy that allows you to use the factory "Pull" sensor.

CNC Racing makes a rearset were you can pick Road or GP but it doens't list if the sensor needs to be replaced and changed to a "Push" or if it uses the factory sensor.

If anyone has gone to GP, how did you do it? New sensor? old sensor?

Thanks

Edit:
Found info on it. I need a reset like Sato makes. or a adaptor for the shifter. haven't heard anything back from CNC Racing

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If by GP you mean race shift, mine has just been done.
I have lightec rearsets and standard push QS on the F3. The QS rod was turned upside down and and moved to the other side of the rocker arm on the rearset.
Can take a pic if you need.
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I want to go back to GP shift on my F3
All I can find is a CNC Racing GP shifter assy that allows you to use the factory "Pull" sensor.

CNC Racing makes a rearset were you can pick Road or GP but it doens't list if the sensor needs to be replaced and changed to a "Push" or if it uses the factory sensor.

If anyone has gone to GP, how did you do it? New sensor? old sensor?

Thanks

Edit:
Found info on it. I need a reset like Sato makes. or a adaptor for the shifter. haven't heard anything back from CNC Racing
Hello Brent,

I would suggest looking at:

http://feelthetrack.com/testing-prog...shift-upgrade/

Hope it helps

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I have the Lightech rearsets which allow you to attach the rod with the sensor in front of the shift lever pivot so that when I push down it actuates by pushing the shift rod with the sensor up.

I hope this makes some kind of sense.
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I have the Lightech rearsets which allow you to attach the rod with the sensor in front of the shift lever pivot so that when I push down it actuates by pushing the shift rod with the sensor up.

I hope this makes some kind of sense.
Actually if you could, please take pic of it.

The QS sensor on my bike reads "pull"
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I have the Lightech rearsets which allow you to attach the rod with the sensor in front of the shift lever pivot so that when I push down it actuates by pushing the shift rod with the sensor up.

I hope this makes some kind of sense.
Hi Dazo. I'd be interested in a pic of your set up as we've got the same rearsets but set up differently. You are running race/gp shift ? As mine was set like yours and it was road shift.
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The Woodcraft rearsets allow use of the stock QS sensor for Standard and GP shift. Front mount point is standard shift, rear mount point is GP shift.


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Hi Dazo. I'd be interested in a pic of your set up as we've got the same rearsets but set up differently. You are running race/gp shift ? As mine was set like yours and it was road shift.
Could you post a pic of yours please?
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The Woodcraft rearsets allow use of the stock QS sensor for Standard and GP shift.
Thank you.
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I use the MV Agusta Corse set (with stock quickshifter); like it very much.
Pretty sure it is manufactured by Valtermoto but they don't list it so only available from MV.

Link from the MV website:
http://www.mvagusta.com/en/discover-...reverso-f3-cp/

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