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This is a discussion on Reverse Shifter On Stock Grom Shifter within the Grom Gear and Accessories forums, part of the Honda Grom Garage category; Was Wondering If Anyone Has Flipped The Shifter Around & Make It Like A GP Shift Pattern. If So How Did You Do It? Wanting ...

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    Reverse Shifter On Stock Grom Shifter

    Was Wondering If Anyone Has Flipped The Shifter Around & Make It Like A GP Shift Pattern. If So How Did You Do It? Wanting To Turn My Stock Shifter Into GP Pattern Without Buying A Rearset

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    Search... this has even been covered on Youtube.
    50-50 likes this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farkas View Post
    Search... this has even been covered on Youtube.
    already seen 2 vids on youtube.... was wondering if anyone on here has done it yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proto006 View Post
    already seen 2 vids on youtube.... was wondering if anyone on here has done it yet
    I did this before I got rearsets, been a few years now and I don't remember the details other than flipping the arm on the motor over and possibly drilling a new hole for the link rod...... Found that someone else has done it by searching ;-)

    Here's the link to their post: https://www.hondagrom.net/forums/13-...rse-shift.html

    Here's a Vid:
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    I need to look into this in more detail. I ride GP shift on the Duke 390 and having some challenges switching back and forth

    Unfortunately GP is not a searchable term... "reverse" is however.
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    Pending - oil cooler, CoreMoto braided lines, high mount exhaust, rearsets and GP shift conversion

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    I tried it, but this is no bueno - will be reverting to stock but keeping my new link piece...

    it does work but requires too much throw and is a bit vague. If in neutral and go to confirm in first, shifter goes way high etc. Will go back to stock and try again with properly 180° flipped shifter arm.

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    2015 OG Grom in Yellow - AODRacing loop exhaust, ContiScoot tires, EBC HH front pads, RideItMoto levers, Renthal kevlar grips, Road low bars, CJR ECU, TB cam, MNNTHBX Mtake, Outerwears, Koso temp gauge, short shift linkage, TST sliders, Aliexpress tail tidy, Aliexpress axle sliders

    Pending - oil cooler, CoreMoto braided lines, high mount exhaust, rearsets and GP shift conversion

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