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Old Apr 12th 2015, 11:06 PM   #11
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Also, are you saying the dowl pin should move when I pull the rod with it in my hand? Have you move it by hand before? I ask because my std shift rod also is not moveable by hand. Your thought is its stuck and maybe WD40 can help?
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 09:06 AM   #12
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Is the transmission lever, where it connects the QS to the spline shaft on the transmission setup correctly for GP (reverse) shifts?

Have you tried reverting to the regular QS?
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 09:14 AM   #13
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Yep it's setup correctly, I even references the gp shift sensor instructions from Ducati it's a VERY simple setup. The fact that I can't move the plunger by hand on either shift sensor (std or gp) concerns me
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 12:44 PM   #14
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Does the bike work correctly with the standard QS?
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 12:54 PM   #15
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I didn't go down that route yet because I'll have to flip the shift arm and I think both are kinda in this "frozen" state maybe.
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 01:05 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by nvetro View Post
How do to open the metal housing? Or do I need to unscrew that large metal
nut where the rod goes in?
well, this is a pull setup, so you would have to pull it apart to see the pin moving towards the switch.

yes, you should be able to open it at the nut.
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 01:25 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by nvetro View Post
I didn't go down that route yet because I'll have to flip the shift arm and I think both are kinda in this "frozen" state maybe.
Its not very probable that you have two different parts, which function in a similar way albeit different directions, exhibiting the exact same symptom.

Verifying that the standard QS is working will also eliminate any possible electrical causes.
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 01:32 PM   #18
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and would you agree I should be able to pull the rod and watch the metal dowel move? It shouldn't be as tight as it is right?
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 01:48 PM   #19
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It's definitely a GP shift Ducati Performance shift rod sensor, I rolled off the throttle and tried to up shift (by pressing down on the lever of course) and it the quick shifter was definitely not working, pressed on it pretty hard too and no go.

Thanks Phl, I'll try that this weekend.
Not being able to shift even when rolling off the throttle is a problem. You don't need a working quick shifter to shift when you roll the throttle off. The quick shifter does the same thing as rolling off the throttle which is unload the transmission for the split second you bust off the shift.

Your bike shifts smoothly when you pull the clutch in?
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Old Apr 13th 2015, 03:51 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by nvetro View Post
and would you agree I should be able to pull the rod and watch the metal dowel move? It shouldn't be as tight as it is right?
I never took it a part to see. It makes sense that there is a pretty stiff spring in there, it is a foot and not a finger actuated control after all.
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