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Old Feb 20th 2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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DQS and reverse QS

Hi ducatisti,

can you enlighten me concerning both systems and the difference? I don't quite get it. It seems to me, that all models are delivered with DQS, right? If this one works like a regular quick shifter, with interrupting the ignition, i should be still on the right path. From what i know, by reversing the little lever on the gearbox, you get the more racing orientated shifting scheme, where you push the upwards gears tapping down. So if the DQS is installed i get the reverse QS by doing so and don't need to purchase it? Confusing ....

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Hey Phil, good topic to discuss...one my favorite and 1st things I do to my bike is install a reverse shift lever or kits .

The problem we might face is that it might not be as simple as putting the link on the opposite side of the gearbox shaft due to the stator case design. I had tho problem on my 1198...so they offer the DQS kit with a diffent shaft.

I notice on the Pani the link from the shift lever to gearbox shaft is positioned higher than usual. This is going to prevent us from simply doing without the QS feature and just use a reverse lever directly on the shaft as I've done before.
So I'm anxious to see if I'll be able to rotate the link and not have to buy the kit. I hope my explanation was clear. Lemme know if you have any other questions, I've learnt a lot on this forum so....

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Old Feb 20th 2012, 06:04 PM   #3
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hey enzo, now i get it...
there sould be enough space:

but, as usual, the detail will be tricky.

we will see!

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Old Feb 25th 2012, 06:10 AM   #4
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one is for push / the other for pull
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Old Feb 25th 2012, 03:32 PM   #5
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makes sense!

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Old Apr 25th 2012, 05:55 AM   #6
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don't you just wish this forum has an icon, where you can select and a drawing tool pops out and you can draw simple diagram to illustrate our description....

i'm always dreaming.........
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If u just rotate the link on the trans side.... it should work... but the stock QS is pull type, so once u rotated it u will need a push type QS wich u will have to buy to make it work.... at least this is what i can tell for now... once i get my done... I'll post how it went.

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Old May 21st 2012, 10:51 AM   #8
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i guess, when you flip the side on the gearbox and find a position on the opposite side of the lever rotating point, you still keep it as a pull shifter... i thought about making a small add-on part for this positioning. depends on how much space there is...
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If u look at the pic u posted... upshifting (shifter lever moves up) the gear box turns counter clockwise,shifter rod pulls, if u flip the link 180 degrees on the gear box, up shifting (shifter lever moves down/re-verse shift) gear box still turn counter clockwise, but shifter lever push.
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Old May 21st 2012, 01:02 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Phil View Post
hey enzo, now i get it...
there sould be enough space:

but, as usual, the detail will be tricky.

we will see!

phil
Sorry to go off subject here, but can I just confirm that the suspension is in the progressive mode here in this picture please? Thanks
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