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Old May 21st 2012, 01:55 PM   #11
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Yes, that is set in the progressive position. The little arrow in the middle of the piece that gets rotated to change the setting points to the P (that little triangle in the middle of the piece). Also the bolt is on the left side of the linkage, whereas in the F setting it will be on the right side, and the arrow will point down to the F.

In this pic you can tell it's set to F just from the fact that the bolt is on the right side:

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Old Jul 20th 2012, 04:44 PM   #12
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any pics with the reverse shifter installed?
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Old Jul 20th 2012, 04:50 PM   #13
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any pics with the reverse shifter installed?
Just look at the position the rod is on the gearbox and rotate it upwards 180 degrees...
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Old Jul 20th 2012, 07:26 PM   #14
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Here is the actual reverse shifter internals. You will notice that you must put the "box" on the actual shift lever tab but there is not enough room IMHO. Also there are 2 arrows what Ducati calls the Gear Change Control lever. Line the arrow up with the detent on the selector nearly 180 degrees up and your are setup for GP shift. You can always setup GP shift without the reverse quick shift. However I highly recommend turning off DQS if performed.

Also, Ducati was very liberal with the loctite on the bolt securing the shifter to the selector rod and prevents the bolt from moving cleanly out of the ball socket and you may find that the bolt carries the shifter away from the selector rod. If this happens, you have 2 options.
Option 1 No Recommended but might work) Loosen the shifter bolt enough for the lever to be noticably "stuck" and then while lightly heating the area with a blow drier tap the shifter toward the engine to break the bond between the bolts excessive loctite and the ball joint.

Option 2 BETTER)remove the clamping bolt on the selector so that the control lever can move closer to the engine casing and then finish loosening the shifter bolt that threads into the end of the selector rod. If not, you risk bending the shifter and damaging the threads on the selector rod and bolt. Move the selector to the detent 180 up and then screw in the shifter bolt followed by the installation of the control lever clamping bolt. Let me know if you have any questions.

Picture one is the "pull" standard and picture two is the "push" reverse style

Lastly, if you don't have a chapman set or something equivalent, it is quite difficult to get standard hex keys onto the clamp bolt in the standard configuration. See the pic of the chapman set in the yellow box.
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Old Jan 8th 2017, 11:53 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by mavic View Post
Here is the actual reverse shifter internals. You will notice that you must put the "box" on the actual shift lever tab but there is not enough room IMHO. Also there are 2 arrows what Ducati calls the Gear Change Control lever. Line the arrow up with the detent on the selector nearly 180 degrees up and your are setup for GP shift. You can always setup GP shift without the reverse quick shift. However I highly recommend turning off DQS if performed.

Also, Ducati was very liberal with the loctite on the bolt securing the shifter to the selector rod and prevents the bolt from moving cleanly out of the ball socket and you may find that the bolt carries the shifter away from the selector rod. If this happens, you have 2 options.
Option 1 No Recommended but might work) Loosen the shifter bolt enough for the lever to be noticably "stuck" and then while lightly heating the area with a blow drier tap the shifter toward the engine to break the bond between the bolts excessive loctite and the ball joint.

Option 2 BETTER)remove the clamping bolt on the selector so that the control lever can move closer to the engine casing and then finish loosening the shifter bolt that threads into the end of the selector rod. If not, you risk bending the shifter and damaging the threads on the selector rod and bolt. Move the selector to the detent 180 up and then screw in the shifter bolt followed by the installation of the control lever clamping bolt. Let me know if you have any questions.

Picture one is the "pull" standard and picture two is the "push" reverse style

Lastly, if you don't have a chapman set or something equivalent, it is quite difficult to get standard hex keys onto the clamp bolt in the standard configuration. See the pic of the chapman set in the yellow box.
hi mavic, thanks heaps for the detailed pics! but with your gear change control lever in that position wouldnt it be in standard shift pattern?
ive had to turn mine upside down (closer to the slave cylinder) to get mine into GP shift where it appears your gear change control lever is pointing UP (away from the slave cylinder)
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Old Jan 9th 2017, 08:10 AM   #16
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Ducati makes a plug and play reverse kit. It includes a new shift link and a polarity switch cable.
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Old Jan 9th 2017, 07:01 PM   #17
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I did my last yr (GP shifting) by turned the gear lever 180 and with reverse wiring from Ducati 96580081B. after i installed CNC rearsets i went back to factory OEM setup and still able to do GP shifting without Ducati reverse wiring
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So my reverse wiring is 4 sale (70 shipped)

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Old Jan 10th 2017, 12:52 AM   #18
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Ducati makes a plug and play reverse kit. It includes a new shift link and a polarity switch cable.
Is the item number the same for 1199?
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Old Jan 19th 2017, 09:58 AM   #19
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GP shift with the standard/stock quick shifter can be done. You have to disassemble the quick shifter and rearrange a few parts, and the black microswitch such that the quick shifter becomes a push activation instead of pull activation. I have done the mod for myself and a couple of people on the forum and it works great. Aside from the mods, you just need to flip the shifter arm on the case.
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Old Feb 5th 2017, 09:26 PM   #20
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so i have the ducati performance rearsets with the added bit for GP shift (on the rearset) but also have the ducati dqs gp shift rod (black end for gp shift) but now the quickshifter will not work because the gear change control lever is in normal road pattern position even tho the bike is in GP shift. If i flip it 180degrees it goes back to road pattern.

can anyone help me resolve this crazy problem?
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