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Old Aug 7th 2016, 03:39 AM   #41
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with a strain gauge you will get better feedback in the pedal which will make it easier to sense when the pedal is released enough. If the TL solution had adjustable pressure points it would be absolutely perfect!
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Old Aug 7th 2016, 04:33 AM   #42
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It's on order. Many thanks to everyone contributing on this thread. I'll be installing mine with CNC RPS rearsets and will report back with anything noteworthy.
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Old Aug 7th 2016, 05:56 AM   #43
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Thanks for the input - there is a high probability you are spot on. I am running std shift pattern. It's not an issue under normal in-town road riding conditions, but when the riding gets more spirited and I shift from purposefully "thinking" about the down-shift, to letting instinct take over my foot position likely changes and I am not unloading the pedal completely.
@ Endodoc: I think Scott has a point there a lot of guys experience.

'but when the riding gets more spirited and I shift from purposefully "thinking" about the down-shift, to letting instinct take over my foot position likely changes and I am not unloading the pedal completely.'

Maybe therefore paddle (or button) shifters are so convenient. If riding is intens and your extremely concentrated with all your skills to keep balance, cornering, scanning the track, front braking, getting in position for that coming up corner.. how nice can it be to just hit the button and let the electronics do the rest?
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 04:52 PM   #44
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Here is the complete TransLogic 1299 kit as delivered.

3 days UK to Kansas - can't complain even a little bit. My intent is to work on the install this weekend or early next week. Visually - Looks to be a direct swap from joint to joint on my CNC rearsets with the heim joints threaded all the way down.
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 06:39 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by Scottm091 View Post
Here is the complete TransLogic 1299 kit as delivered.

3 days UK to Kansas - can't complain even a little bit. My intent is to work on the install this weekend or early next week. Visually - Looks to be a direct swap from joint to joint on my CNC rearsets with the heim joints threaded all the way down.
Let us know how it goes. I've got a set of the CNC rearsets on the way as well and I'm interested to hear what you find out.
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 06:54 PM   #46
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My buddy has this setup on his new R1 with Attack Rearsets... Let me just say it is flawless.. Absolutely flawless.. I am doing the same to my R1 except I will be putting Lightechs on her like I have on the Duc lol.. Worth the penny..
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Let us know how it goes. I've got a set of the CNC rearsets on the way as well and I'm interested to hear what you find out.
I'll report back for sure. Hopefully I'll be as happy as the other guys :-)
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Yep Attack stuff rocks. They are 20 min from the house. Have had their stuff forever. Too bad they don't do the Pani. That being said, I have zero complaints with the Lightech's. Rock solid so far.
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Old Aug 10th 2016, 11:36 PM   #49
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I'll report back for sure. Hopefully I'll be as happy as the other guys :-)
Also running the CNC Pramac rear sets and also had issues with false shifts at full throttle on my 1299S due to the factory QS so i am also looking forward to hearing the results from the TL QS
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Old Aug 11th 2016, 07:40 PM   #50
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Also running the CNC Pramac rear sets and also had issues with false shifts at full throttle on my 1299S due to the factory QS so i am also looking forward to hearing the results from the TL QS
Yep, had a few of my own as well. I just went ahead and ordered it. I prefer strain gauge shifters. They feel much more precise.

Might have to spring for the RB unit pretty soon as well, as I'm not particularly happy with the interrupts during an upshift. I feel like there is a bit too much delay at the higher RPMs and it unsettles the chassis quite a bit during shifts at 130mph+. Hopefully the strain gauge will help with that though.
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