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Old Jun 16th 2018, 10:32 PM   #1
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Exclamation GP Shift on CNC Pramac rear sets

This question is for those who have the CNC Pramac rear sets installed. I am contemplating switching from the standard shift to GP shift my only concern is how close the shift linkage will be to the chain when the shift rod is lowered to the bottom of the shifting bracket where it needs to be for GP shift. In the current standard shift the linkage/rod sits above the chain but it looks like when the bottom linkage is used for the GP shift the shift rod will sit below the chain, for those who are running GP shift have you ever experienced the chain rubbing on the shift linkage/rod ???
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Had these the CNC rearsets for a while now and I’ve had no issues with the chain hitting my shift rod, It doesn’t have any side to side play that close to the front sprocket.This is on my f15-16 spec panigale racebike.I am running a 520 chain.I just switched to the gp evo cnc rearsets and I managed to throw my bike down the track on my first race with the new rearsets on and Still no rubbing into to the shift rod from that either.The gp evo and rps Pramac both have the same mounting position of the shift rod.
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Had these the CNC rearsets for a while now and Iíve had no issues with the chain hitting my shift rod, It doesnít have any side to side play that close to the front sprocket.This is on my f15-16 spec panigale racebike.I am running a 520 chain.I just switched to the gp evo cnc rearsets and I managed to throw my bike down the track on my first race with the new rearsets on and Still no rubbing into to the shift rod from that either.The gp evo and rps Pramac both have the same mounting position of the shift rod.
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This question is for those who have the CNC Pramac rear sets installed. I am contemplating switching from the standard shift to GP shift my only concern is how close the shift linkage will be to the chain when the shift rod is lowered to the bottom of the shifting bracket where it needs to be for GP shift. In the current standard shift the linkage/rod sits above the chain but it looks like when the bottom linkage is used for the GP shift the shift rod will sit below the chain, for those who are running GP shift have you ever experienced the chain rubbing on the shift linkage/rod ???
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I dont have the Pramac ducati rear sets. But I do have the CNC racing adjustable rear sets RPS in silver with black shifter and brake pegs. And I have them in GP shift. I messed up my install and the abs was messed up. As well as race mode and the other modes. Each time I tried putting it into other modes it would go back into race mode. And on top of the that the features that came with the modes were all frozen and couldnt be changed. I installed them in July 2016 and then in April 2017 everything went haywire. Just make sure you install them correct and be careful with the shifting linkage . Thats where me and my buddy went wrong and began opening it up and taking things apart we shouldnt have. In the end, in april or maybe may 2017 I got it to the dealer and they fixed the issue. Now abs and the other features were working properly.
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