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    2014 wild cat trail shifting

    Should i be able to shift my 2014 trail while on the fly or am I supposed to stop to shift

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    you have to stop, would be awesome to be able to fly shift though
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrhammond View Post
    you have to stop, would be awesome to be able to fly shift though
    Thank you for your help
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    I usually think of it as a range selection verses first and high gear, If I'm in a lower speed situation where I need more torque I use L, If higher speed or just normal riding use H. You can shift from L to H at low speed but you need to unload the gears and move the lever. I really recommend stopping to shift. Enjoy the ride
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