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Moving the arm on the shift-shaft one spline will move the lever too much.
Not necessarily... I ran out of adjustment on the linkage rod before getting the shift lever lowered to where I wanted it to be. I had to rotate the arm one spline to lower the shift lever, so as to end up with the threads on the linkage rod fully engaged in the rod ends. What you don't want is to have the linkage rod hanging by just a couple threads in the rod ends.
 

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Rotating the shift arm by one spline isn't going to adversely affect the geometry, anymore than installing a longer adjustment rod will.

It's really six of one, half dozen of the other... you just spent whatever the price of the Ninja linkage rod is, whereas rotating the shift arm on the shaft costs nothing.
 
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