:thumbsup: I did this and love it~go for it.. :wink:CanyonCarver said:Easy. Flip the arm on the shift-shaft, and notch the lower fairing for clearance. Some guys have said that they are able to do it without notching the fairing, but it seems to require a funky angle on the arm. Either way, very easy on this bike.
Yeah, I've been thinking about this as I've ridden nothing but reverse pattern for about 4 years. I'm planning on buying a few dirt bikes this winter for myself and my sons (now that they're both old enough AND interested enough) and getting back into the dirt after about a 10 year break.NATOR said:Interesting you mention that. Yea, when I switch bikes I gotta remember to shift conventionally. I'll admit, I've upshifted when I thought I was downshifting a few times and vice versa, this usually results in an audible curse word and a slap on the helmet! Still worth it to me.
why there would be any diff. position in reverse? Its all the same just instead goin up you go down with ya foot........05ZixxR said:thats awesome but where is the shifter in terms of your foot position in say going into 6th gear?? any pics of the stock rearsets in the reverse positions in the different gears?