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Old 08-27-2007, 04:00 PM   #1
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Quickshifters

Who uses them? which ones? And opinions on them. Lets hear it
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Old 08-27-2007, 04:27 PM   #2
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I want one but don't get it b/c of the expense vs. the advantage! you should do your research on this one! if money were no object then, i'd have one for sure!!
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Who are the major players other than dynojet?
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Old 08-27-2007, 04:35 PM   #4
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I have a Dynojet,
Just for trackdays I'd say it may be overkill. They do help in smoothing out the up shifts coming out of the corners though.
Dynojet FTW

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Old 08-27-2007, 05:02 PM   #5
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I've used the dynojet ones on a couple bikes (never my own) and they ae really fun! Something about those full throttle upshifts at the click of the shifter..
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can't justify the expence. Clutchless shifting is fast enough for me.
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Old 08-27-2007, 05:33 PM   #7
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I have one that I pulled off my gsxr before I sold it I might sell it and a a good price its dynojet clutchless qiuck shifter!I beleive it will work with all makes and models!
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I have one that I pulled off my gsxr before I sold it I might sell it and a a good price its dynojet clutchless qiuck shifter!I beleive it will work with all makes and models!

If you have a "pull" quickshifter, I have dibs on buying it if you're selling it.
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Yeah it push and pull I was just looking at the specs online!
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Yeah it push and pull I was just looking at the specs online!
Ya lost me there, is it push or pull? It can only be one of the two... If it's a pull, I'll want it.
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tom just pm me if you want it!
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well Its a pull!
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scratch that dam thing says push" sorry!
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Old 08-27-2007, 06:09 PM   #14
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Dynojet FTW!

We've used it with excellent result in road racing. If you're drag racing, MPE air shifters are some of the best.
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scratch that dam thing says push" sorry!
Cool, thanks for checking!

You should be able to unload that thing pretty easy if you wanted.
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no problem just wish it was the one you were looking for! yeah its up for grabs if someone wants it if not Ill just throw it on the 750!
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Whats push and pull? Sorry

I have rearsets on my bike and its linkage is much different than stock, dunno which one I would need.

When I upshift it "pulls" the tranny thingy. and when i downshift it "pushes" the tranny thingy lol.. is that what theyre talking about?
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Yep. Sounds like you'll need a pull. Also because you have a CBR600, you'll need the ignition module from Dynojet too.
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Yeah, and that makes it way expensive... I had a couple hundred to burn so I ordered a brembo master cylinder instead
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Yeah, and that makes it way expensive... I had a couple hundred to burn so I ordered a brembo master cylinder instead
Brakes are always nice. Be sure to get some good pads and fluid. I use Motul RBF & EBC GFA pads. Very yummy

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