I assume it's because the IRC can be set up for push or pull and the GYTR can't.
It doesn't auto blip the throttle tho on downshifts right? So kinda overkill to have downshifts on there cuz let's be honest downshift is one of the best parts of having a aftermarket exhaust like the Yoshi pipe. That's where all the backfires and popping happens lol Yamaha QS works just fine and is made for the R7. I'd go with the one that all of Yamahas money behind it for research over another aftermarket replicaI assume it's because the IRC can be set up for push or pull and the GYTR can't.
That is a valid point, I have the track bikes, except the R3 because it is not possible with stock parts, set up for GP, the other bikes set up regular. I do occasionally hop off one bike and onto another and F up my shift every now and then, but it usually just takes one time for the muscle memory to take over. When I decide on a rear set or change to the R3 it will be GP.Yeah I know what GP shift is it's just seems pointless to use something else when Yamaha put all the money and research into this specific QS. Gp shift is fun if you've tried it but at the same time none of us are Valentino Rossi lmao I'd rather use the regular shift pattern since that's what I use everyday, instead of having to get muscle memory of a whole new shift pattern just for the track. Kinda pointless to me but to each his own. Take it easy....
I can see how it would! Getting used to a left hand rear brake would be a challenge, but I guess it's like a bicycle in that way, like you say.I've been riding my Zero with a left hand operated rear brake and it feels natural now. The feedback is so much better that I won't be going back to the pedal. Consequently, my feet have nothing do and twice while riding my other bikes, I forgot to downshift when coming to a quick stop. Usually, it's not a problem because the Zero feels more like a bicycle than a motorcycle. A GP shift thrown into the mix would really screw me up.