Shifting issue. Shift to 1st and goes to neutral and same with 2nd

Feb 2016
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I love it!
I shipped everything down to Florida for the winter
Daytona 675 has 14,K
1299S has under 4K
Dayna 15,000
No major issues on anything yet, some leaking out of the 1299 clutch where I have to keep bleeding it at the master cylinder

would you ever dare bring it to your local Ducati dealer or are you the type that can & will fix it yourself

also, what are your top speeds on each bike??

good luck with your transmission, I hope it gets squared away
I do a lot of work myself. Not the extremely difficult stuff like opening the engine. For example on my Ducati Ive installed CNC Racing rear sets, Rapid Bike, Termignoni relevance slips ons then sold them and installed the VanDemon undertail exhaust, CNC Racing clear clutch cover and pressure plate, did a mod where now I flip a LED lighted button and the fan turns on, brakes, oil changes, jetprime switches, carbon fiber exhaust heat shield under the seat when I had my termis, asv adjustable brake and clutch levers, turn signals, cnc racing frame sliders, battery, air filter, carbon fiber parts, removed wheels to get new rubber, clutch fluid, coolant fluid, QS but we know how thats going. And its going back to Cordona because the light on the unit doesnt flicker. So it cant be configured anyway. And I do a lot of the work on my other bikes. I did the front inverted suspension install on my Dyna as well as a lot of other work on my own. Did a cat delete install on my S1000RR, rapid bike , rapid bike my tune, block off plates, and about the same things that were done to the Ducati. Same goes with my S1000R
 
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Feb 2016
406
88
Long Island
Check that the shift rod is adjusted with enough throw to rotate the shift shaft to its full rotation to move it into the next gear. I ran into a similar situation when adjusting the shift lever to a GP shift pattern. When I got the shift lever to where I wanted it, the shift rod (the rod going from the foot pedal to the shift shaft) was not positioned correctly so when I would attempt to shift from 1st to 2nd it was only rotating 1/2 of what was required to shift to the next gear.
You may be right. But its going back to Cordona because even when i installed it the first time and it was facing backwards which from what I was emailed it didnt matter which way it was facing. At that point Im guessing the rod was perfect because it was sent to me at the exact length I needed. And it went through the gears. However when it was time to adjust the shifter so it was set to whatever shift pattern I wanted. The little light on the unit never went on initially. It was supposed to blink when the ignition button was turned on and the run button was pressed. But the light didnt blink to show it was ready to be set. When I flipped the rod the other way and then back again the light blinked on 2 occasions . But it only blinked once each time. Im thinking that when I installed the rod, then removed it i may have adjusted the length by accident. And then when I flipped it back again something may have adjusted. After playing around I can go into 1st. But I still need to the theory of turning the bike on so the engine runs and clutch is spinning and i move the bike so the rear wheel rotates. Then switch gears and see if thats the issue. Ill do that once I get a new shifter back from Cordona. Im not in the mood to put my old unit back on and bolt everything up only to remove it again when the replacement Cordona unit in
 
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