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GP Shift 2016 ZX10R: A Dirty Mod...

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UPDATED: 2016 zx10R parts diagram and numbers
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Ok I am in the garage swapping parts from my 2011/Gen 4s and the 2016/Gen 5 to test and see what fits (so i can buy used Gen 4 stuff to put on the Gen 5).

1st, The Gen 4 Rear-Sets bolt directly up to the Gen 5. (I used my Vortex from my Gen 4 Race bike).

Top of my list of Mods is going to GP shift/Reverse shift. With the stock rearsets, and shift arm, this looks impossible like way back when the Gen 4 came out.

The huge Quick Shifter Housing and the recessed in shift arm, makes the swap to GP shift impossible. The shift arm is too long and set too far back and the QS housing shape is too thick.

How I made it work:


In the picture below you will see
Gen5 ......Gen 4.......Gen 3
Shift Arm.

Again you will have to use a Gen 3 (08-2010) Shift arm.

Next I took the Vortex rear-sets from Gen 4.

You will have to do some playing around with the Gen 5 shift ROD.


Install the Gen 3 shift ARM, take the Gen 5 shift ROD from the right /back side and relocate it to the front side.

(you will have to do this because the Gen 3, shift ARM is has a MALE end Thread....while the Gen 5 shift ARM have a FEMALE end thread.

The set up is like this...and the pictures below will help.

Gen 3 shift ARM...connected to short Gen 5 shift ROD...connected to KQC (kaw quick shifter)....connected to FEMALE thread end Vortex shift LINKAGE (connects to shift LEAVER).



The Gen 4 vortex Rear-sets came with a MALE and FEMALE adaptable shift LINKAGE....that is connected to the shift LEVER...

I had other options like cutting and making another short shift rod to adapt the GEN 3 shift ARM to the KQS unit, but it would have been hella long.

Also, you will need to unplug the KQS and re-fish the wire so you have enough line to shift with out pulling on the wire.
I zip tied the wire down.
It is real close ...the KQS to the shift Lever and the KQS to the frame.

Ill update this if I forgot to mention something.

I read that the KQS is not a push/pull type...then again I have heard its both...I will test out another day.
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more pics...

and a video I made...real quick with some of the Multi function Dash electronics.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvahE...ature=youtu.be
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So does the quick shifter still work now that the switch is pulling instead of pushing, or vice versa from how it originally was?
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I wrote this before doing the Brake rear-set side....that Took WAY longer trying to make it fit the Vortex rear-set.

Only because of the extremely short hose on the ABS models. This should not be an issue on NON-ABS models.

Just so happen my rear brake MC banjo bolt was finer tight....smh....but in the end I had to unscrew it half way up, then line up all the other adjustments then bolt them down then the banjo bolt last...it is stretched super tight.

I think I am going to shim my shock about 3mm to 5mm , and when I do that I am going to see if there is any way to move part of the ABS distribution box that is bolted to the frame near rear brakes to give the rear some slack.
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So does the quick shifter still work now that the switch is pulling instead of pushing, or vice versa from how it originally was?
Not sure...
I hear everything from it can be done via ECU , to its push or pull only to its both push and pull...

I will test it out.

Bazzaz new shifter are both...and I love it. It works in GP shift or standard.

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Good job!
Thanks ... cant wait to ride it now...

standard shift was throwing me off.

But this is a dirty mod....
shit was hard...probably the hardest ever. Im glad i have so many spare parts over the years.

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I wonder about the exhaust of the gen5 will fit a gen4?
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Looks like the rear wheels fit also....Checked the Gen 4 wheels with the Gen 5...
I figured they fit...but always better to be certain...

Also installed cross drilled rotor
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