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Old 11-07-12, 09:50   #1
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SOLD @ 250!

Hi everyone:

I'm selling a Triumph factory quickshifter module from a 675R. This should be plug and play for all 2009+ Daytonas, as well as late model Street Triples.

Asking $250 shipped. Local pickup in NYC also available.

Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm also looking for GB/woodcraft case savers for an 06-08, so let me know what you have.

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Old 11-07-12, 18:34   #2
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does it come with the Shift Assembly Rod?
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Barnabas:

Good question - This is just for the quickshifter module, no rod. You can get Bazzaz rods in any length you need for ~$20. Threading for shift rods is standard 6 x 1mm. The length you'll need depends on what rearsets you're using, but its easy to determine based on your existing rod (I'll get exact QS length for you first thing tomorrow).

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Is pull type for the standard shift with factory rear sets?
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Barnabas:

Length of the QS module is approx. 2 3/16" = 55 mm. Check out the new picture above.

If you figure the new shift rod will need 5mm in length to thread into the QS module, that means that subtracting 50 mm from the length of your current shift rod will tell you what length you'll need to order. If you have any trouble with this, just let me know.

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Is pull type for the standard shift with factory rear sets?
Yes, this is from a stock 675R. In the first picture you can see the "pull" designation at the top of the label.
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Hey I am interested just seeing which type I need for my rear sets before I pull the trigger. waiting to hear back....
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Cayden:

You can tell which kind you need by standing next to the bike and shifting up a gear. Look at the shift rod. If the rod is pulled by the upshift motion, you need a PULL type switch. If the rod is pushed by the upshift motion, you need a PUSH type switch.

Stock 675R requires PULL type, which is what this is. From pictures looks like all non-R daytonas should be the same.

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which rearsets are you running? my comment regarding all non-r daytonas was for stock rearsets. method of determining push vs. pull is universal.
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