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Old 12-02-2008, 08:18 PM   #1
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Question I need GO FAST PARTS HELP

All you azzh0l3s go ahead and run ur moufs and do what u do best.

the rest of you who can offer help! I am adding a PC3, Ignition Module and Quick Shifter to my Race Bike. never done it have no clue If you can help and are willing to I will buy ur beer or whiskey. No Illegal drugs b/c last time i got stuck with it and gave it to the lil hoodie on the corner b/c my tutor disappeared on me.

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I checked DJ to see of you need the ign. mod. and they dont even show a quickshifter for you bike. If your talkin bout the Honda
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Most installs are plug in or close to it w minor wiring.


What systems are you going to run?
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I checked DJ to see of you need the ign. mod. and they dont even show a quickshifter for you bike. If your talkin bout the Honda
http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...mdl=37&yr=2004

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Old 12-02-2008, 10:06 PM   #5
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Most installs are plug in or close to it w minor wiring.


What systems are you going to run?
I have the while SHEBANG! PC3, I.M. and Quickshifter. I am running GP shift also. I know its plug and play, but my I.Q. is 3 points higher than a plants! I need pictures like we used to get back i grade school.lol
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Did you read BlueWave's review of his quickshifter? Saved him the price of the ignition module...
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I have the while SHEBANG! PC3, I.M. and Quickshifter. I am running GP shift also. I know its plug and play, but my I.Q. is 3 points higher than a plants! I need pictures like we used to get back i grade school.lol
Actually if im not mistaken the owners manual has pictures in the PCM... there are downloadable instructions on your link too...

Do you need to get a hub to run both the quick shifter and PCM?
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Did you read BlueWave's review of his quickshifter? Saved him the price of the ignition module...
NO I will do that right now. But actually Cali, I bought this set up used and for a nice price. So the Ignition Module was basically free.



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Actually if im not mistaken the owners manual has pictures in the PCM... there are downloadable instructions on your link too...

Do you need to get a hub to run both the quick shifter and PCM?
Man, there you go speaking jibberish again. I am under the assumption I have everything Ineed to plug and play. It was his set up on his race bike.
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oh ok kewl!

so how many wires for the PCM?

is there a big plug(i pray!!!!) and a power/ground wire? Also for the ignition module?
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oh ok kewl!

so how many wires for the PCM?

is there a big plug(i pray!!!!) and a power/ground wire? Also for the ignition module?
yes! I.M. has ground 2orange or red connectors, 2 black ones and 2 white ones. I dont have PC in front of me, also push vs pull, which do I need if Iam running GP shift?
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not sure about your honda;

did you swap around the shift arm to the other side? or are you running a different rear set?

If you rotated the shift arm around the shifter shaft, you need to change the push type to a pull type.

Look at the mechanism... if you upshift(which Im assuming you want it for) see if the foot pedal is pushing or pulling the arm to the selector arm on the transmission shaft.
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:43 PM   #12
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ok I am currently running to GP shift so down to go fast means its pulling fluck. I have a push type all I did was rotate it around 180 degrees. Is there a way to turn it around and make it GP shift while using this push rod?

Also have arata rear sets y would that matter
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:57 PM   #13
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I must have seen an old parts list. CHANGE THE ROD OUT!!!!!!!! Mine didnt last a week. The Al rod is !!!
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Old 12-02-2008, 11:05 PM   #14
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what did u go with bluewave? And can I use this push type and still run to shift
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It says push type. GP will be opposite of what its supposed to be, so no. I changes the rod out with a busa rod. It was shorter than stock for my bike. If yours is supposed to be push type and you go GP you should need a pull type.
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http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...ickShifter.pdf
They dont show a QS for a 2004 rr
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Mine is the 4-102 it doesnt need an IM
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Old 12-02-2008, 11:17 PM   #18
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Old 12-02-2008, 11:25 PM   #19
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I have same as as you I need the 101 the pull type I'll look into the fact if I need ignotion module or not if not I have a push type as and I'm for sale and will buy the pull
guess patrick will get a call from me maņana
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I know a place to get them for 150 shipped. PKPower in germany. Just search it. It took 2 weeks to get here, but its just as good as DJ. DJ will even take remote control of your comp. and set it all up if you need them to. Just dont tell them its not their part.
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