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Old 08-May-2011, 07:22 PM
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1000DS race shift??

I want to change mine so it matching my race bike, but its not a simple as others I've had. Anyone done it and klnow what levers I need to get to do it?

Alternatively, anyone know of any higher rear sets, may mean I can get ground clearance back (boots down all the time) and fit a shift direct to the gear shaft
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Old 08-May-2011, 07:40 PM
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had a search around and found this; anyone able to do this for me??
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Woodcraft do some pretty funky rearsets that are both race and std shift.
http://www.woodcraft-cfm.com/cgi-bin...n&key=05-0650B
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Woodcraft do some pretty funky rearsets that are both race and std shift.
http://www.woodcraft-cfm.com/cgi-bin...n&key=05-0650B


cheers Keef - funny enough its for your old bike
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had a search around and found this; anyone able to do this for me??
Paul
I could make the part but you will have to get someone to weld it on for you.
Also there is no thickness measurment on the drawing but I would guess at around 5mm

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Neil, I think you cut the top off the lever and weld to the bottom, thats what it looks like anyway. There was another solution of plates which are fitted above the peg, so you use two rods for gear change, I'll see if I can post a pic later

Just looekd at the woodcfart site $700 for a pair is a little more than I'd planned...more like 50 for a new peg!!
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cheers Keef - funny enough its for your old bike
No way!!??
I loved that bike,....broke my heart having to sell it.
Sato racing also do rearsets.Pure bike porn,but the price is a real choker.
http://www.satoracing.com/rearsetsmultistrada.htm
Ive seen the plate and two rod setup before,...did'nt Martin H have a go at that?

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I loved that bike,....broke my heart having to sell it.

it is And those I ride with delight at the cracking noise from those pipes at full chat...which it spends nearly all its life at. Can always hear me coming
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