Quick shifter = heaven

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  • #74508
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    Just got my quick shifter installed can’t believe I have never purchased one in the past. It’s amazing and well worth the price of admission. I have mine set for advice 5000 rpm no need to let off the gas no need for clutch just sight push on the shifter and bang next gear. Not bang but seamless shifts into the next gear. If you don’t have one it will be one of the best investments you put on your bike.

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    What kind did you get and how much did it set you back?

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    @nueyf4i said:
    What kind did you get and how much did it set you back?

    Its a DynoJet, already had the PCV & Auto tuner installed. In USA the QS sells for 250 + 15 for the rod. Just have to make sure you turn it on using the PCV software.

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    I want.

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    @admin said:
    I want.

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    You need brother. Just a blast to drive with it. Took it out for a good twisty run, up shifted in a turn the bike never wobbled felt loose when it changed the gear but that was from the dirt on the road.

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    I could definitely use one.. but I have a PC3 now on the bike and far too lazy to swap it all out and do a PC5 and quick shifter, etc. Maybe next tear down.. too nice out lately (NO MORE COLD!!) to even think about removing a fairing let alone doing all that. Eventually though. You know I can’t leave her alone.

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    I could definitely use one.. but I have a PC3 now on the bike and far too lazy to swap it all out and do a PC5 and quick shifter, etc. Maybe next tear down.. too nice out lately (NO MORE COLD!!) to even think about removing a fairing let alone doing all that. Eventually though. You know I can’t leave her alone.

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    I could definitely use one.. but I have a PC3 now on the bike and far too lazy to swap it all out and do a PC5 and quick shifter, etc. Maybe next tear down.. too nice out lately (NO MORE COLD!!) to even think about removing a fairing let alone doing all that. Eventually though. You know I can’t leave her alone.

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    They make one for the PC3 so no need to have to buy a PCV just look at the Dynojet website

    PC3 QUICKSHIFT

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    OMG OMG OMG

    Yes please.

    Thanks @sdm1

    i’m in!!!

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    @admin said:
    OMG OMG OMG

    Yes please.

    Thanks @sdm1

    i’m in!!!

    Unless you are GP shift get the push type and dont forget the rod. Also make sure you download the software for your PC3 so you can turn it on and set it up. The only thing I would change once you set it up is the turn on RPM set it for 5500 RPM, anything lower and it will activate in lower RPM. Let me know if you need some advise on setting it up.

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