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Old Aug 17th 2016, 03:48 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by endodoc View Post
I do have the Factory Pro piece as well.
Did you get the shift arm/spring kit AND the return spring?
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Old Aug 17th 2016, 07:27 PM   #62
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I did.
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Old Aug 17th 2016, 08:04 PM   #63
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Forgot to add. I have seen two guys who replaced the stock detent arm with the Factory Pro unit who stripped the threads re installing the arm. This threads into the engine case and has little in the way of material for a repair. Not pretty. Find a decent torque wrench and appropriate thread lock.
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Old Aug 20th 2016, 03:06 PM   #64
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I ran into the same issue with the length on the rod with the CNC rear sets. However, I just dropped the linkage down into the 2nd slot/option on the shift lever itself and was able to get it where I wanted it.

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Old Aug 20th 2016, 04:14 PM   #65
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Thanks - I saw that on your other pics. I lowered my shift arm/toe peg another 3/16" So I am in the upper position, but I have threaded that linkage down. Probably ended up in exactly the same place you are with far more work! I have a knack for making things complicated LOL. I rode again today and zero false neutrals. I'm liking it quite a bit so far. It's flawless the way I have it set up now and the shifts seem way smoother than before.
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Old Aug 20th 2016, 04:46 PM   #66
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What is the pro factory mod?

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Old Oct 9th 2017, 12:14 AM   #67
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Hi guys,

A little bit late to jump on the wagon, but just recently learnt about this product. May I ask if having the strain gauge instead of the stock microswitch helps with the "too long" cutoff during upshifts at high rpm? At low and medium revs, the shifting is smooth but once it goes up to high revs, it is very jerky as it throw me forward into the tank every time i perform a upshift, felt that the cutoff is too long.

On translogic site, it also states that it only works with stock rearset. I am using the Ducati Performance rearset with reverse shift. For you guys on DP rearset, how did you guys work around it?

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Hi guys,

A little bit late to jump on the wagon, but just recently learnt about this product. May I ask if having the strain gauge instead of the stock microswitch helps with the "too long" cutoff during upshifts at high rpm? At low and medium revs, the shifting is smooth but once it goes up to high revs, it is very jerky as it throw me forward into the tank every time i perform a upshift, felt that the cutoff is too long.

On translogic site, it also states that it only works with stock rearset. I am using the Ducati Performance rearset with reverse shift. For you guys on DP rearset, how did you guys work around it?

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If you get Tuneboy you can adjust the cut-off time. Mine is half of OEM at about 50 ms and seems to work well.
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Old Oct 9th 2017, 03:53 AM   #69
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Cut-out at high revs is still too long...4-5 down the straight throws me forward too. Having a BSD QS installed on the R...these are butter-smooth-
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Originally Posted by bradp51 View Post
Meng,
If you get Tuneboy you can adjust the cut-off time. Mine is half of OEM at about 50 ms and seems to work well.
We do not have support for Tuneboy locally (not that I know of), thus trying to avoid that route.

Couple of options I have will be Woolich & Rapidbike.
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