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Old 10-09-2008, 08:34 AM   #21
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It plugs directly into the 8 pin PCMIII adapter plug(not programming plug)

Which, if I recall, has a separate power/ground cuz that's what some modules need for external power w the 9v battery during programming.

Appears its for redline shifting only, cutting the fuel momentarily between shifts to smoothen transmission engagement.
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I think you can adjust the rpm gate to use below redline if desired.
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Old 10-09-2008, 03:33 PM   #23
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That trigger cylinder looks to be of decent quality but I still think you are gonna need either the PCIII HUB or ignition module. That shifter is not just gonna plug into the usb port alone.... Normally you need the HUB to plug the dynojet accessories into... You may not need the ignition module but I bet you need the HUB. That thing you bought is just the trigger for the kill. Dale Walker is now selling a trigger cylinder just like it for $137 but it doesn't come with the killbox...>Thats another $200.

Go to the electric shifter section.

http://www.holeshot.com/
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I just got off the phone with DJ. They said I dont need the module due to it being a 4 inj. bike. He said PCIIIUSB is all I need.
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Based on what I read from the link above by zxAlan, you still have to push down on the shifter, there is a sensor, not actuator in the device that retards the ignition(again on the DJ device) to make the shift smoother....
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I am capable of using my foot. I just want the kill to unload the trans. It has been ordered and should be on the way.
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