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Old 10-26-10, 10:20 PM
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probably not, but that's not a function of the RD capacity, rather a function of how the cogs are spaced and how an indexed system has to move the RD the correct distance between each cog with each click. Try it out: worst case you'd have to set it back to friction and keep it there, best case is you might get it tuned to where it works "OK" and you have a ghost shift at the end.
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