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Here's some pics of my '07 with GP Shift. I used some thick aluminum wire to make a bracket to pull the hoses out of the way. The hoses didn't need much but this will ensure there are no clearance issues.
Good job Gr8rider! :01_thumbu Nice to know the 07's can still be converted with little trouble.

Anyone else invert it to the inside as well as reverse it like NewRedRider? any pics? for some reason i cant see the last picture in the how to. Maybe someone makes a shorter aftermarket arm or from another model bike?
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I wouldn't reverse the U-joint because of the problems I posted in the thread above. The nut can wear through the U-joint and could cause the u-joint to fail. Missing a downshift coming hot into a corner could prove disastrous so I would not recommend reversing the u-joint.
 

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I've attacked this twice now on my 06.
There is no room. There are hoses on my bike that are not in any of the pics posted.

Ill just give up and buy rearsets



anyone think it is because of CA model? or did some CA guys pull it off on an 06?
 

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Can any one tell me if i can do that on my stock 04??
 

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Can you put a pic on here so that i can look at it..
 

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yours is the same as mine, all you have to do is take the front sprocket cover off and flip the part that goes on the trans. and then if you want to you can do like i did and notch the sprocket cover for the rod to fit and work good and put the cover back on and you can hardly tell that the cover is cut... looks and works great
 

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yours is the same as mine, all you have to do is take the front sprocket cover off and flip the part that goes on the trans. and then if you want to you can do like i did and notch the sprocket cover for the rod to fit and work good and put the cover back on and you can hardly tell that the cover is cut... looks and works great
there is no room to switch the arm over.

there are the hoses in the way (in the pics) and they do NOT move.

and im not worried about it looking great and doing anything to the sprocket cover, its a race bike. but thanks.
 

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i got it to work on mine i just zip tied the hoses over
 

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i'll put some pics on the afternoon..
 

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someone please post a AFTER pic of this mod i look at my bike this weekend and was thinking about doing it but it looks like it would be rubbing hoses left and right.
 

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It doesn't hit any of my hoses, it touches my idle screw just a little when i shift but it can be moved..
 

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yours doesn't have the same hose config that mine does. compare them closely.

look at the little brown hoses. min are attached to something under the fairing bracket, and those 2 hoses are very much in the way, as is the water hose.

our setup is not the same.
 

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yours doesn't have the same hose config that mine does. compare them closely.

look at the little brown hoses. min are attached to something under the fairing bracket, and those 2 hoses are very much in the way, as is the water hose.

our setup is not the same.
im thinking the same i have a 04 cali bike and iunno if it will work there is pretty much no room cause there is hoses up the ying yang where the shift rod needs to go.
 
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