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View Poll Results: What rearset do you use
Attack 21 48.84%
Woodcraft 7 16.28%
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post #31 of 35 Old 08-27-14, 12:14
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What's the different between GP shift v OEM
GP shift is just reverse shift. Not really needed on a street bike.
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post #32 of 35 Old 09-01-14, 21:05
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GP shift is just reverse shift. Not really needed on a street bike.
Although once you go GP shift, personally I reckon it makes so much more sense. Especially for spirited riding and the ability to easily upshift whilst powering out of corners.

I have the Arrow rearsets and I love the feel of the shift and the positioning is tops as well!
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Although once you go GP shift, personally I reckon it makes so much more sense. Especially for spirited riding and the ability to easily upshift whilst powering out of corners.

I have the Arrow rearsets and I love the feel of the shift and the positioning is tops as well!
I agree. GP shift should come standard on all bikes. It really makes more sense.
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post #34 of 35 Old 09-02-14, 03:11
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I have the lightech R ver. rearsets in the standard pattern, I absolutely love them and they work great for me

'12 675R
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post #35 of 35 Old 09-17-14, 15:48
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Arrow GP Shift. Love 'em. Wish they were folding though...
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