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Woodcraft Rearsets - GSX-R 750 - December 6, 2007, 11:44 AM

Noob Question

I'm getting ready to pick up a basic set of the above for $150.00 and have a question:
Do these only allow for GP Shifting or can you have them setup for standard shifting as I know I do not want to attempt GP Shifting at this time.

This is stated on the description:
They retain the 3 position adjustability of the stock rearsets but get your pegs off the ground and allow for GP shift in all 3 positions - not just one like the stock sets.

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December 6, 2007, 01:47 PM

All you have to do for GP shifting on a GSXR is rotate the shift arm upside down. The rearsets will work fine with standard shift.


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December 6, 2007, 02:14 PM

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All you have to do for GP shifting on a GSXR is rotate the shift arm upside down. The rearsets will work fine with standard shift.
Steve, I tried that, but I couldn't see where I was going.
It's much easier to shift with my foot.


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