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Old 10-06-2008, 01:20 PM   #1
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Quick shifter install ? and link to cheap 1

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Who has installed one of these? I know people have the Dynojet product. I have no knowledge of this product, but the price is right for sure. I am looking for the difficulty factor in the install. It looks like its the same procedure as the DJ product. This includes rods even. I think I will buy this.
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If you have a Power Commander personally I would stick with DynoJet's version that way you are not gonna run into issues with warranties or anything like that.
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warranties are the least of my concerns. I see no reason these parts cant be cheaper and still be good. Plus its made in Germany. All of their chit is gut.
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Then go for it. Looks like it would install just the same as the dynojet version. Wouldn't think it would take more than a few mins to put these on since, if I remember correctly, they just install onto the shifter linkage and then plug in the wire.
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Save your money and buy a Busa!!!
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It does not mention software to set the kill time. Dynojet does. I wonder if its just sw you can get on DJs website. I will most likely buy later when I get home.
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Then I can drop it... twice!
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Does anyone know about the programming of the kill time? Its the only issue I have with this piece.
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k... usually for a quick shifter it requires the ignition module. That's what kicks the engine during a shift. Im referencing for the 16bit processors on the Busas.
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Thats not an issue with my bike. I dont need it for the DJ kit, so I wont need it for this one. Thanks for the input.
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let us know difficulty/if it works, etc...I'm thinking about a quick shifter too
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so it goes in place of the shift rod? wouldn't that mean you need to hold the shift lever w your foot or it would kick back instead of pushing the shift rod forward? Sounds like its only good for one direction also, not both
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It kills on the up shift only. It screws inline. They only have the push one. Some bikes work on the pull action. Its just saying this one will only work on push action bikes. DJ sell both, but they are higher than giraffe puzzy
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Still no info reguarding setting kill time with the software? I know there are people with these on their bikes.
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but they are higher than giraffe puzzy
HAhaha, classic.

Hey I've got a power commander and dynoJet quickshifter on my bike, I understand how it works by killing ignition and fuel during shifts, but I still can't help but think it has to be tough on your tranny to shift w/o clutching - Even with a PowerCommander/Quickshifter.

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I mostly shift clutch less anyway. If you ask it right it will slide right in. If you have to force it your phuckin up. I want to upshift under full throttle sometimes. I feel its safe for the bike and I know many who dont use the clutch. There are plenty of things posing a danger to the bikes, is clutch less upshifting really issue to worry about? I dont think so.
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Its on the way. I guess I will have to figure it out and let yall know.
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