Does anyone else find the stock shift lever too short

I am a noob, but it seems wierd b/c the only way I can shift is by pointing my boot directly donward which is hard to do. My foot is only a ten. Sidi flex force boot.

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One of the first mods I made was buying a 1" extended MSR shifter. Makes all the difference in the world. Try the TT store! :D

+1

I put on the MSR +1, and it fixed that issue. I ride with shoes and it's a little far out there, but with boots its perfect.

I changed to the MSR + 1 inch shift lever ,and it's no problem riding with my alpinestars tech boots ,which is quite stiff:ride:

Fellow TT'er Rock Monster turned me on to the +1" MSR shifter. :D I wear work/logger style boots on my bike and the stock shifter hit right where the steel toe started. It sucked :worthy: . No more of that nonsense, and I swear it shifts smoother now.

+1 for the msr shifter. I adjusted mine as far up as I could.

Another +1 for MSR shifter.

I jusordered mine 5mins ago! How could I not with all the +1s. Yeah I found that with the lever aligned nicely for upshifts, I had to take my foot off the peg to reach over it for a downshift. So can't wait for my MSR.

anybody mentioned the the MSR shifter ?

+1

I put on the MSR +1, and it fixed that issue. I ride with shoes and it's a little far out there, but with boots its perfect.

yeah what her said, Plus, cut the end of a piece of heater hose and work it onto the end of the shifter to save your boot. inside dia of hose has got to be a little smaller than the od of the peg on the shifter.

Hmmm - that part (07-0758) comes up as an invalid or old part number.

I hope its not discontinued. I'd like to order one myself.

They're available on Ebay from atvunlimited.

Does the stock rubber tip (from the SM) fit the MSR?

they have them for 19 at rockymountainmc.com I picked one up a while back for my size 12's. it works great

MSR works great for me with my offroad boots. Since the tip is metal it will be a little harsh on thin shoes but most people don't ride in converse allstars.

yeah what her said, Plus, cut the end of a piece of heater hose and work it onto the end of the shifter to save your boot. inside dia of hose has got to be a little smaller than the od of the peg on the shifter.

I know you mean fuel line cuz that's what I did..............:D

if u dont want to spend any money just adjust it upward a lot then when u shift u dont have to point your toe down but when you shift down ull have to move your foot more but u will get used to it quick thats what i did

I got one 2 weeks ago from the Motovan dot com catalog page 465 $15.99 It came from my local Suzuki Dealer. Works nice with my size 11's

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