I gotta chime in here, too. This is a great upgrade. I went from what seemed like several false neutrals on the track to Zero! Definitely a confidence booster and the shifting feels so much more solid. Great product! Glad to hear that Marc took care of you!
Any special tools needed? My recently acquired '12 Pani S shifts decent now. A LOT better than my old '11 1198 did! False neutrals happened often and it was really hard to find neutral while stopped at a light. Can't say I've had the same issues with my Pani. I've caught a couple false neutrals so far but not too bad. If I don't need any special tools or anything it sounds like the shift kit is a solid investment, especially since the track season is upon me.
Kinda. You will need a torx bit to get the detent arm bolt out. And you have to completely remove the clutch and the case cover underneath it. So, if you have the clutch holding tool and an impact wrench with the correct socket (30mm maybe? I can't remember) then you shouldn't have a problem. You will also need either a gasket (motowheels.com) or gasket sealant to get the cover back on.
These items are for the 1X98 bikes, I have no idea what you'll need for a Pani.
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