Heel and toe shifter

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starman
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Heel and toe shifter

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Where can I get a heel and toe shifter for a xv750 Yamaha
Just bought xv trike,has forward controls,but I like toe and heel

old git
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Re: Heel and toe shifter

Post by old git »

hi star man, got any where with this,i have an xvs 650 withe a heel and toe shift can get get pictures of this for you and have a spares bike that i am breaking in case you can make you'r own.

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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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hi
no havent done anything yet,just tidying the trike up
it has forward controlls,never been out on it yet,but just sitting on it going through the gears,seems awkward
pic would be good,so i could see,are all same fittings?

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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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Hi starman, I've got a heel & toe shifter on my xvs 1100 & like old git, would be happy to supply pics if they would help.
Bob. :thumbsup:
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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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hi bob
yes,if you could let me see some pics please,be great

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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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I've just had the shifter/brake/footboard brackets powder coated so mine are all in bits at the moment, I'll take pics of all the component parts & post them for you. If you want a diagram of how it all fits together, go on to Fowlers Yamaha parts, they have great schematics of everything. Take it easy mate, Bob. :beer:
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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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hi
had a look on the site,but only shows standard foot lever?iam looking for along the lines of a gear change lever,like on the old honda 90,like a rocker

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Re: Heel and toe shifter

Post by firebob22 »

Hi mate, I think you must have looked on the parts list for your bike. Have a look on XVS 1100 A Dragstar Classic. The shifter I've got is a long rocker heel toe shifter which you could possibly adapt to fit yours with a bit of fiddling with a mounting bracket. I'm just on my way out to the garage, so i'll take some pics & post them later on. Cheers, Bob. :thumbsup:
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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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thanks bob
had a look,looks ok,but out of stock,will just keep looking,prob not get out on it this year anyway,weather shite!
thanks for your help

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Re: Heel and toe shifter

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Hi mate, here's the pics of my shifter, brake lever & mounting brackets. I'd have a look on fleabay or a breakers before buying them from a Yamaha dealer as it would cost the equivalent of the national debt of Cuba. Good luck, Bob. :thumbsup:
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