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Old 11-26-2008, 02:40 PM   #1
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04 600RR GP Shift

I am trying to switch my race bike to GP shift. The problem I have encountered is that when I flip it 180 degrees I can not put it back because of the hoses being in the way. Has anyone had any experience with this?

Also going to be taking stock clipons off and putting vortex clipons back on. Anyone ran into any problems with this? Or will it be a piece of cake?


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Big Comfy what about the GP Shift?
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But I can't just turn it around b/c of the hoses being in the way. I can't move the hoses Is this soemthing that just turns around 180 deg's or do I need to buy an aftermarket part. I just turned it around on my gixxer and no problem but this honda has those hoses in the way
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(Is an 07-08 600rr the same way, the hoses look like the'll be in the way, sorry to thread jack Dean)
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if i switch my bike to gp shift pattern will i be fast like rossi?
ah no! But then you can show me how to do it
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no not on this one. Did it on my gixxer and it was a breeze but this one the hoses are in the way! I am all ears
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going to be doing some endurance next year and the bike is gp shift so I am switching all of my ibkes to gp shift. And euro bikes comes with gp shift so its not a matter of engineering its a matter that us stupid americans want to do things different than the rest of the world. Why we dont use the metric system when its so much easier to o**** with than feet and icnhes
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all you had to say was, "i am teh ghey and i like it that way".

in any event, google is your friend. here ya go
http://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...ck+shift+to+gp

for the record gp shift is still qveer.

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nothing ghey about bending your girl over! j/k thanks on introducing me to google!
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i got vortex rearsets to go GP when i had my 600rr....i'm not sure if there's any other way.
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i have arata rearsets on there now tony! I believe you can do it just newed to move those hoses. I am going to try something later on
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