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Old Apr 23rd 2016, 04:10 PM   #1
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14 ' Ducati 1199 R /w Lightech (Reverse) Rear Sets /w Blipbox Pro Load Cell Install

I am in the middle of installing a set of Lightech Reverse shift rear sets and am having a bit of an issue with how I should position the shift lever that attached to the transmission output spline. I have the load cell sensor/rod that came with the BlipBox Pro...I've always used reverse (gp shift) when I compare how my stock rear set /w the BlipBox Pro load cell/rod moved (with the transmission shift arm flipped like everyone does) when I upshift it would push the rod. No matter how I position the rod with the lightech rear sets it pulls the rod.

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Old Apr 24th 2016, 01:21 AM   #2
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I fitted with GP shift lightech R , used original link rod, difference between GP and standard shift is the change lever supplied by Lightech, the position of the connection of the rod to the lever depending on the top or bottom of the lever determines whether you get GP or normal shift, PM with email I can send you the pdfs with the different pt numbers for the GP or standard shift. Cant post them as it exceeds the upload limit.
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Old Apr 25th 2016, 02:04 PM   #3
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From their website: You can change the parameters for up shift and down shift in WinBLIP software using the BB-UCIF interface tool, but this normally not necessary for 899/1199 as the reverse direction is done in the linkage.

Looks like the swap is of the e-variety.
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Old Apr 25th 2016, 02:47 PM   #4
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Figured this out guys, I just had to flip the arm on the transmission spline. My lightech rear sets have the correct reverse shift lever it was moving the lever different compared to my stock rear sets which I was using GP shift on by flipping the lever. Looks like the Lightech rear sets with reverse shift need the transmission arm flipped to stock position to work.
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Old Apr 25th 2016, 03:20 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by nvetro View Post
Figured this out guys, I just had to flip the arm on the transmission spline. My lightech rear sets have the correct reverse shift lever it was moving the lever different compared to my stock rear sets which I was using GP shift on by flipping the lever. Looks like the Lightech rear sets with reverse shift need the transmission arm flipped to stock position to work.
nice rearsets,

post a pic when done
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Old Apr 25th 2016, 03:50 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by nvetro View Post
Figured this out guys, I just had to flip the arm on the transmission spline. My lightech rear sets have the correct reverse shift lever it was moving the lever different compared to my stock rear sets which I was using GP shift on by flipping the lever. Looks like the Lightech rear sets with reverse shift need the transmission arm flipped to stock position to work.
So it worked? Cool. Enjoy brotha.
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Old Apr 25th 2016, 07:50 PM   #7
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I just also got my Lightech R rearsets installed with regular shift. The shift felt hard, doesn't shift smoothly. Looks like the shift rod now sits lower than stock, thus sliding against the frame, I think. I followed the diagram that came with the kit, there's not much instruction to it. Please look at the pic and let me know if I did something wrong. It didn't come with any shift rod. And am I supposed to flip the linkage at the end of the shifter rod where it connects to the tranny's spline?
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Old Apr 26th 2016, 03:56 AM   #8
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With the lighttech rearsets, the shift rod does sit lower. I lowered the foot peg to see if I can stop the shifting issues I had at Jennings a few weeks ago.
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