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Picked up a K-tech 35DDS Pro shock off ebay uk with only 6 months use according to the seller. Sprung with 110Nm spring for riders around 170-210 pounds. Looks newer than the K-tech shock I have on my bike that I installed back in January. These shocks go for $1600 new
$1100 shipped SOLD


Woodcraft rearsets - only mounted, never ridden with, went with Attack instead, comes with everything.
$300 shipped


Goodridge Superbike brake lines front and rear - only mounted and bled, never ridden with
$75 shipped SOLD
 

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i really want that shock, just a bit out of my budget right now. glws, free bump for ya! Ski
 
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will the rear sets get rid of the "slop" in the shifter? or at least add a more positive feel during shifting?


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will the rear sets get rid of the "slop" in the shifter? or at least add a more positive feel during shifting?


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All depends on what you consider "slop". I can tell you that no rearset will completely rid the few millimeters of play before the next gear engages, the majority of what you're feeling is the shift shaft slightly moving backward and forward before rotating, the tolerances between the shaft and the transmission case aren't close enough to prevent that.
 

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All depends on what you consider "slop". I can tell you that no rearset will completely rid the few millimeters of play before the next gear engages, the majority of what you're feeling is the shift shaft slightly moving backward and forward before rotating, the tolerances between the shaft and the transmission case aren't close enough to prevent that.


this is my first ninja so i'm not quite sure if it's only specific to the gen 4's, but i never really get a "positive" feel when going up through the hearing, more so from 1st to second. on my hondas and yamahas it was always a good clicking feel to it.


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All depends on what you consider "slop". I can tell you that no rearset will completely rid the few millimeters of play before the next gear engages, the majority of what you're feeling is the shift shaft slightly moving backward and forward before rotating, the tolerances between the shaft and the transmission case aren't close enough to prevent that.


this is my first ninja so i'm not quite sure if it's only specific to the gen 4's, but i never really get a "positive" feel when going up through the hearing, more so from 1st to second. on my hondas and yamahas it was always a good clicking feel to it.


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I had the same issue coming from a Yamaha. Even the ZX14 has a more positive shift feel to it. You will adjust to it after some seat time.
 
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