I already adjusted mine but when the heel part is even with the board the toe is just too high, at least for me, so I've got it adjusted up from the stock location but it still leave the heel in the way of my foot. Beside I never use it. I tried it a few times and it shifts just fine but it's not the way I want to drive my bike so off with it's head (or in this case it's toe) :lol:Spencer said:You can adjust the shift linkage so that the heel shifter part is even
with the back of the floorboard to give you more room, this also
raises the toe part so you can get your boot under it for
up shifts. Personally, I love it, think a heel/toe would look funny
on a Hyabusa ?
As usual, I agree with my separated-at-birth brother Eddie. I can't live without the heel & toe shifter. It's just stately to use and much more proper to show those gears who's boss by mashing them down from atop rather than suffer the indignity of having to coax them UP with the toe of one's shoe. :wink: hehe. Oh, and ya GOTTA have that clunk to complete the picture. This all gives the bike TONS of character. I guarantee you'll get used to it; generations have before you... Oh, and that one time you wear a tuxedo with highly-shined shoes on your bike you'll thank me buddy! :wink:eddiecohen said:I've been riding off and on for over 35 years, and it took me a month or two to get adjusted to the heel shifter. Now, I don't know how I ever lived without one.