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post #1 of 4 Old 09-07-20, 06:08 Thread Starter
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Shift issues above 11k RPM

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Attempting to solve one issue at a time on my 2013 Daytona 675R (31000kms).
After a hard weekend I've noticed my bike doesn't want to shift when I'm above 11k RPM and anywhere from half to WOT.
At first I thought it was just the quickshifter timing, but I've spent hours messing with it and linkage, I've now returned it stock settings and the correct quickshifter measurements.
The peg position and low speed casual riding feels ever so slightly smoother, all be it still with a jerk every shift.

Nothing I did resolved my issue at high RPM though and lead me to find that i can't actually get it to shift at high RPM even when using the clutch. repeatable between 1-2 and 3-4.

I've been told it could be a possible issue with part #T1194905 Detent Wheel & Plate.
Has anyone had to replace this?
Was it costly maintenance?
Did it actually resolve the issue?
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post #2 of 4 Old 09-07-20, 07:08
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Does sound exactly like the detent.

It's not a costly part at all, it's just the time it takes to get to it as you go in via the clutch side and have to take everything out to get to it

If you're able with tools there's videos and how to guides online. Otherwise let a garage do it, should be a couple hours labour to fit a new one

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I think next maintenance interval I'll get them to to do the 40k early and replace it during that, try get a heap of niggles solved at once.
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post #4 of 4 Old 09-15-20, 13:16
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That's it. I had the same problem last year and like you thought it was a Quickshifter issue but turned out to be the worn plate on the Detent Shaft. Barely noticeable but enough to cause the problem when running Track Days. I think it was about $400 with parts to have the dealer do it. Good Luck!
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