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    Sorry should have said. Paralysed left leg! Which means I can’t shift gears with my foot, so need an adaption. Have used Kliktronic shifters for years, they’re faultless but a bespoke installation to every bike. This one appears to be quite compromised. Needless to say, loving the DCT Africa Twin

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    You’re obviously ok with using the leg to stop the bike going over on that side?? Well done you mate!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisA View Post
    You’re obviously ok with using the leg to stop the bike going over on that side?? Well done you mate!


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    Not really, most times i've overbalanced left, I've fallen off I can only walk by locking my knee as my quads muscle doesn't work. Other than off road, I never once dropped the GSA though, which I've had for the last 2 years. Just practice I guess, to make sure you stop in favour of the right side
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    Glorious weather today!
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    My missus uses a kliktronic and fancies an xr so would be interested to see how you get on fitting it.

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    and still riding amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    Currently struggling to fit the Kliktronic shifter in a decent location. This is the only place it can go, taking a bracket off 3 engine case bolts. I was worried about it in the event of a drop over etc as it could damage the engine case but found a Russian company selling stunt cages......... so ordered one
    Speak to Hank at Trike Design. They've fitted a Klictronic for me on my last three bikes. K1300R, 1200GSA and now a KTM SAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timbo1965 View Post
    Speak to Hank at Trike Design. They've fitted a Klictronic for me on my last three bikes. K1300R, 1200GSA and now a KTM SAS
    Fitted it myself, mounts of the top engine bolt and use a motech adjustable gear lever to bolt it to. Took some fettling bu we are of to France so hopefully should be ok.

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