I've had GP shifting on my last 2 bikes, and for the track, yes it's good.
BUT, on the street, I didn't like it because, when you wanna grab a lower gear to get by someone real quik, or get out of a sticky situation, it's so much easyer to stomp on the shifter vs. get your toe under the peg and pull up.
Bottom line, if you don't plan on putting in any track time, then don't do the GP shifting.
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