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All I do is pretty much move the shift rod to the other side, right?

And yes, I will be relocating those breather valves! I looks like I might be tight on the front sprocket cover for clearance, though...
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Yes, flipping the shift rod accomplishes the task... but you will need to cut/modify the sprocket cover, or remove it entirely (not recommended by some).
 

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Where do you get that cover?

I just called a bunch of local shops for custom carbon fiber pieces to make that cover (based off of Taylormade's design) but I was quoted like 2k lol. I can't find any aftermarket covers for it either. It would be super easy if someone had the part I could borrow so I could make a mold out of it (2014 1000RR).

Also, what's up with the ecu pic? lol
 

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Where do you get that cover?

I just called a bunch of local shops for custom carbon fiber pieces to make that cover (based off of Taylormade's design) but I was quoted like 2k lol. I can't find any aftermarket covers for it either. It would be super easy if someone had the part I could borrow so I could make a mold out of it (2014 1000RR).

Also, what's up with the ecu pic? lol
This is a composite picture I use on Instagram and Facebook when people ask about GP shift on 2017/18/19 using OEM Quickshifter and OEM rear sets

The ECU is included in the composite picture because for SC77 using the OEM QS and OEM layout rear-sets, the ECU needs to be custom flashed to work GP shift.
The sprocket cover is OEM SC77 (y)
 

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Oh okay. Are there any options for aftermarket sprocket covers? I don't want mine to look shitty with the dremel work...
 

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Spent a great deal of my afternoon looking for it or anything used. Couldnt find a damn thing. In fact, the Taylor made is no longer in business.
 

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A stock sprocket cover is like $15.00 from RevZilla. Get one and hack it up. Who knows, you may find some hidden finesse. Also, there are a few threads in here that illustrate where to cut pretty well.
 
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