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    Sato rear sets
    on: March 26, 2023, 02:58:11 pm
    March 26, 2023, 02:58:11 pm
    Hey all I got the sato rear sets and I managed to get the rear brake side on, but when it came to the gear shifter side I canít get the oem rear set off the quick shifter. Iíve removed the little clip that retains it and every video Iíve watch (only 675rís because thereís none for our bikes) they just put a bit off pressure on it and it comes right off. And when I try the same Iím practically using my entire body weight and it wonít move at all. Any help would be much appreciated

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    Re: Sato rear sets
    Reply #1 on: March 29, 2023, 11:40:49 am
    March 29, 2023, 11:40:49 am
    There's a wee spring clip inside the female part that holds it on to the male half. Some gentle persuasion with a lever should pop it off. The clip you removed is for added security.
    Try to get a drop of oil in there before trying, that'll help. And, it goes without saying, be very careful where you lever from/to. Use packing to avoid damage and make sure the lever load goes through somewhere strong enough to take the force used. I've used thin pieces of wood in appropriate places before.
    Hope this helps...

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    Re: Sato rear sets
    Reply #2 on: April 15, 2023, 06:38:53 am
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    Do include a video if you get it sorted!

    I'd dearly love a video of the Sato rearsets installation...along with the rear brake light malarky that Sordo & Aardvark mentioned in the other thread

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    Re: Sato rear sets
    Reply #3 on: May 24, 2023, 11:47:27 pm
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    *Originally Posted by conradical [+]
    Do include a video if you get it sorted!

    I'd dearly love a video of the Sato rearsets installation...along with the rear brake light malarky that Sordo & Aardvark mentioned in the other thread
    hey i apologize that i didn't see this sooner but for some reason no one has a video for our bikes when it comes to removing the qs from the oem rear sets but what i had to do was remove the clip and then completely disassemble the oem rear sets and then unscrew the qs from the shifter. I'd also like to add that you won't need to remove the tank, at least i didn't mind you it most likely would of been easier to take the tank off to disconnect the qs, but not required. please feel free to ask any questions if you need help installing them

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    Re: Sato rear sets
    Reply #4 on: May 25, 2023, 05:36:19 am
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    *Originally Posted by Coolflame [+]
    hey i apologize that i didn't see this sooner but for some reason no one has a video for our bikes when it comes to removing the qs from the oem rear sets but what i had to do was remove the clip and then completely disassemble the oem rear sets and then unscrew the qs from the shifter. I'd also like to add that you won't need to remove the tank, at least i didn't mind you it most likely would of been easier to take the tank off to disconnect the qs, but not required. please feel free to ask any questions if you need help installing them

    Awesome thank you, will be taking a crack at it this weekend, will follow up with any questions I run into

    Did you figure out the rear brake light switch that others have commented on? I'm not actually sure what that piece even looks like yet until I get to work on the thing

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    Re: Sato rear sets
    Reply #5 on: May 25, 2023, 07:47:03 pm
    May 25, 2023, 07:47:03 pm
    *Originally Posted by conradical [+]
    Awesome thank you, will be taking a crack at it this weekend, will follow up with any questions I run into

    Did you figure out the rear brake light switch that others have commented on? I'm not actually sure what that piece even looks like yet until I get to work on the thing
    yes the way that the rear sets are made you will have the ability to change the angle of in in relation to the rear brake (they use a little screw coming off the lever for you to attach a spring to hook into the sensor.[I'll see of I can't find a way to upload a picture), and when I installed it the angle was off so once I would press the rear brake down it  wouldn't fully go all the way up (the rear brake wasn't engaged) for the sensor to tell the ecu that I'm not pressing the rear brake and would then cause throttle cuts at high rmp in 4-6 gear. the way I fixed it was to just remove the spring due to me not using the rear brake ever.

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    Re: Sato rear sets
    Reply #6 on: May 30, 2023, 03:56:24 am
    May 30, 2023, 03:56:24 am
    I got this done on saturday with a mate.

    Took a few hours to figure it out so no video, but I've got a ton of photos of the various steps and pitfalls we ran into. I'll upload them later this week with some commentary and hopefully will be useful to others.

    ALSO noting: as of [sometime recently], there is now an official Woodcraft rearset for our bike that is...very clear exactly the same as the Sato one, so installation should be the same for both. https://woodcraft-cfm.com/collections/all/products/triumph-moto-2-2020-2023-gp-shift
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