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in the process of fitting triumph rocket into custom frame, cafe racer stylee... however to have a mechanical connection from gear lever to 'box is annoying me for various reasons.


i would like to fit a switch at gear lever to send a signal to make an actuator rotate to change the gears for me.


anyone done simialr or seen similar etc


thanks all


ps, great fourm

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I have an issue with my clutch lever, its bloody hard work lol. Can use only small finger to do it so fitted an easy clutch to make it lighter.


Ive seen these gear shifters, thumb operated up n down the box type of idea


klictronics:

http://www.nabd.org.uk/adaptions/adaptionkits.htm#klik


powershifter:

http://www.translogicuk.com/powershifters.htm


dynojet quickshifter:

http://ttp://www.dynojet.co.uk/quickshifters/shifters.htm


All of the above might help, Im still on the fence whether I want one, looking at pazzo / crg levers to bring it further back to the bar.

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cheers lads, some great looking units. I think ebay will have to get a look to see if theres second hand ones about. £500+ for one of the kits is a bit expensive!!


cheers again

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Cant seem to find a link on google for that one bud, any chance you have one.


I am interested in the possibilities, dont know whether I really really need one though, managed okay so far. :thumb:

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