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Can you use the GYTR OEM Qs with GP shift on a 2017 R6?

Or is it a No because it’s Pull type QS?


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You can if you drill and tap the spot on the stock shift lever behind the pivot point to make it similar to the R1’s shifter. Then you’ll have to notch the stock fairing. I didn’t want to do all that, so I just got the FTECU QS/auto blipper.


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You can if you drill and tap the spot on the stock shift lever behind the pivot point to make it similar to the R1’s shifter. Then you’ll have to notch the stock fairing. I didn’t want to do all that, so I just got the FTECU QS/auto blipper.


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Cool thanks I’ll take a look at how much u have to notch the fairing

It might be better to do the FTECU ..who did u go with ?


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You don’t have to notch them much, I went with the FTECU. It’s a QS and autoblipper in one unit. I didn’t want to notch my factory fairings.


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You don’t have to notch them much, I went with the FTECU. It’s a QS and autoblipper in one unit. I didn’t want to notch my factory fairings.


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Yeah issue iam runing is the R1 shift lever hiting the kick stand


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Got it work work with a washer



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Nice! I didn’t mean you had to use the R1 shifter. I meant you had to drill and tap the R6 shifter like the R1 is drilled and tapped. It fits better, but if that works for you, then cool.


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Nice! I didn’t mean you had to use the R1 shifter. I meant you had to drill and tap the R6 shifter like the R1 is drilled and tapped. It fits better, but if that works for you, then cool.


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Lol shitt , well I guess I got it to work which was the goal I appreciate it


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