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post #181 of 206 (permalink) Old 10-08-2008, 09:30 PM
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Nice writeup, thanks

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Just completed my gp-shift conversion. I had to flip the lever around so the shift linkage is on the inside of the shifter arm. The problem is now my primary cover won't fit, at all. I looked and i could possibly get out the dremel and carve a deep groove for the linkage to ride in, or like some of the 1000rr.net guys did and cut out the whole area(aka Nicky Mod), which would reveal the entire primary sprocket. What would be the downside of just leaving the primary cover off completely? Should i leave the cover off, Whiddle a groove for the shaft, or Completely remove the outer portion of the primary cover? http://www.1000rr.net/forums/showthread.php?t=37815
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I don't see a downside to leaving the cover off as long as you're not riding around in belt bottoms or loose clothes. In fact I think it's better to leave it off so you can clean the sprocket on a regular basis. Mine has been off for 2-3 years now.

But be careful flipping the linkage over. The linkage can rub on the guide plate screw and damage the u-joint. I don't recommend flipping the linkage over for this very reason but I highly recommend you reinstall the guide plate if you leave the cover off. If the chain were to break you don't want it busting your case and making a simple fix into a huge problem.
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Good writeup...never tried gp shifting but it sounds like a cool idea, ive neva been to the track though either...lol
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dang man. i have read this thing a few times and looked at the pics and i can't figure out what the u-joint is that your talking about. any help or clarification would help. thanks guys.

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"U" joint is probably a bad choice of words. It's really more like a tie-rod end. It bolt's onto the tranny spline and the shift linkage.

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This looks great. Didn't know it was possible with the stock rearsets. I definitely plan on doing this over the weekend.

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Did it over the weekend. This was before I cleaned up and zip tied. Works great =] thanks!


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That pic above is exactly why you need to make sure the linkage arm doesn't rub the hose. It will rub clean through if you leave it that way. It's important to use the zip-ties like you did but do keep an eye on it for awhile to make sure.


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That pic above is exactly why you need to make sure the linkage arm doesn't rub the hose. It will rub clean through if you leave it that way. It's important to use the zip-ties like you did but do keep an eye on it for awhile to make sure.

Yeah I pulled it up with 2 ties before I rode. And I check it all the time. Its holding up great. I ride almost 100 miles a day to and from work and no problems.

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I did mine as well. The zip ties warmed up and stretched a little after my first ride, they got a little loose. So I strapped on new zip ties without clipping off the ends, went for a ride, then after the ride I could click them both about 3 more each, then cut them.
They've held up nice ever since with about an 8th of an inch gap between the linkage and zip ties/hose.
LOVE the GP shifting. Great mod, THANK YOU!

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holy thread revival batman!
gona do this to mine this week.


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great, i didnt think it was possible with stock rearsets. gonna go do it this weekend.
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My coolant hose is just barely touching my shift linkage, I'll try and tighten the zip tie but if it's just barely touching it will that be a problem?


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just need to check it a lot and make sure its not wearing through the hose. that would be bad.
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^It will wear through the hose if it's touching because every time you shift gears it rubs up and down on the hose.


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I removed my EVAP system, do i have to remove the entire CA emissions crap in order to do this mod on the CA model? I have an 03 and it is physically impossible with the hoses are this point...
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I removed my EVAP system, do i have to remove the entire CA emissions crap in order to do this mod on the CA model? I have an 03 and it is physically impossible with the hoses are this point...
IIRC, the only difference in the CA model was the 02 sensors. Are you talking about the PAIR valve and not the EVAP? All the hoses should be the same. Post a pic if it's different....


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I haven't removed the pair valves yet, would that be a problem?

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Just did this this afternoon and I dig it. Read up on it back in march but was unsure if I wanted to go through with it. Man, glad I did.

+1 for warming up the bike before trying to get the hose(s) to flex.

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... I have full fairings on my bike... so I think I should be safe from the front sprocket... yea another quick mod for this Saturday.... is there a quick vid? =)

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I've been looking over some of your pictures (of the completed gp shift) and it seems like you guys have less lines down there. Besides the water hose and the other fat hose that sits next to it, it seems like I have two extra lines that are tied together--just above and left of the water hose. I don't see those in redfox's picture or the other pictures on this thread. I guess I can try taking off the side fairing to see if I can make any room for those hoses.

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I just went out and tried to start up the bike today, after trying to mod the linkage to GP shift last night, and it won't start.

What did I screw up? When I try to start it I hear the starter working but there is no response from the engine. When I put the key in and turn it to the ON position, everything looks normal except the rev limiter light blinks YELLOW instead of red? (If I remember correctly) I don't know what this means.

Is it Possible that I could have messed up the throttle stop srew knob when I was trying to mod the linkage to GP shift?

dont know if you found out but you possibly hit it in gear...
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Recently secured a 2014 and decided to GP Shift with Stock Rear-sets. Lot of clearance all around.
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You can even get the front cover back on. Nice! Looks like it was made to switch out easily to GP shift.

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There was never a need to remove the front cover. Simply unbolt the knuckle, switch it around, adjust the shift rod, tighten and adjust the hose.
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