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Old 03-22-2010, 07:41 PM   #1
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quick shift!

got the quick shift in the mail today. got it from boostbysmith.com, greg ? i think that is name!

have to cut the shift rod that came with it drill and tap to 6mm, then just plug in and i need johnny to flash the ecu again !

he said he can do it at the mile , so the mile will be the maiden run with the shifter! any how
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Old 03-22-2010, 07:43 PM   #2
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may have to hit up our 1/8 mile track when i get back !

have never been to the track with the bike, well any bike , just never got to it !


i will have to make some time !
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So, how does this work? Does it shift at a pre-determined RPM that you set? Is it an electric-shift of some sort -- in which you just press a button?
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well in a nut shell its a presure switch,, you put it inline on your shift rod, and it plugs in to the gear pos sencer , then you have to flash your ecu with ECU editor, turn on the shifter and then set your kill times !


then all you have to do is up shift, you dont have to let off the throtle at all, the presure swich kill the ignition for how ever long you set the kill time and then it just pops in to gear , kinda like clutchless up shifting but you dont have to blip the throttle ,

you can find it all on boostbysmith.com

he sells the ecu editor and all kinds of stuff for th busa, pair valve removle kits , ex !

check it out
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That was considerable the next mod for my busa but I changed to a gp shift and didnt do as much shifting due to cornering setups; so I just mashed or blipped.

Do you need a hub for the PCMIII on this kit?
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no this kit is set up for ecu editing , it plugs in to the gear pos sencor, no pc no bazzaz , just plug in and then turn the shifter on in the ecu editor, set kill time and that is all, it can be set up for gp shift as well , the switch works as push or pul , just has to be wired up for it!
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Your not gonna be too happy at your track. It sucks azz. Its bumpy as and the return road looks like is has been shelled. Your gonna love the q/s though.
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yea i have never really did any drags, so i dont know how well i would do but its a track for now !

some friends went friday and took the rat rod, a new camero ss and some other little toys, the rad rod smoked the camero ,

i was also told that some bikes were running zx14 , dont know the guy but he was running 8s, and he let a friend ride it and he ran 7s,, any how after the mile im going to try and make some strip time and a couple track days !

i am hopeing the shifter works well, anyone got any kill times to sugest?
i was told between 50 & 80 mil sec ?
i would fig i would start in the midle 65?
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Should be looking for 6.0 in the 1/8th. Start at 50. If its to short bump it 5 at a time. 50 should be good. May try 60 in first.


how the is 65 in the middle of 50-80?
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Should be looking for 6.0 in the 1/8th. Start at 50. If its to short bump it 5 at a time. 50 should be good. May try 60 in first.


how the is 65 in the middle of 50-80?
80 - 50 = 30
30 / 2 = 15

50 + 15 = 65 or
80 - 15 = 65

Hence, 65 is the mid-point.
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.65 is what the Dynojet Quickshifter came with and it works fine.
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Should be looking for 6.0 in the 1/8th. Start at 50. If its to short bump it 5 at a time. 50 should be good. May try 60 in first.


how the is 65 in the middle of 50-80?
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80 - 50 = 30
30 / 2 = 15

50 + 15 = 65 or
80 - 15 = 65

Hence, 65 is the mid-point.
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Should be looking for 6.0 in the 1/8th. Start at 50. If its to short bump it 5 at a time. 50 should be good. May try 60 in first.


how the is 65 in the middle of 50-80?
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ok

ill try 60 and just move it a little at a time !

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ok

im just about preped, got the shifter on and ready for flashing !
got teh mirrors off and plates inplace !
all tiewire is done except the drain plug with i am doing tursday!
now i just have to put together a small metric tool box, and get all my together, straps, gear, factory windscrean, ex sprockets that kind of stuff in case something brakes or i feal like changeing things out !
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got my wheel chock intoday as well !

ill get some pics up tomorrow !
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