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Old 02-27-2012, 06:45 AM   #1
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09 R1 Quick Shifter Question

I have an 09 that I'm starting to put mods on. Right now I just have Leo slip-ons and I just bought the Ti Graves y-pipe.

I'm looking into either a PC-V or the bazzaz fuel controller to finish the exhaust, but I'm now looking into the quick shifter mod and I'm seeing a ton of stuff.

First off what the best setup? Push or the normal foot lever?

Also what all do I need? I see these PC quick shift modules and then I see these hardware pieces that hook to the shift linkage with a wire connector running off of it?

Feel free to talk to me like I'm ten, I'd rather know exactly what I need rather than saying, "I think that's what I need."

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What you are seeing is the module to detect the push or pull, sends a signal to kill the injectors, which then allows the upshift and away you go.

If you are used to standard shift you can stay with that..they make rearsets that allow for gp shift with a standard pull sensor if you change your mind
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Old 02-27-2012, 06:59 AM   #3
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This is the easiest way to go and probably the cheapest http://www.superbikesupply.com/mm5/m...hifter-rl-lite
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This is the easiest way to go and probably the cheapest http://www.superbikesupply.com/mm5/m...hifter-rl-lite
If you have the fuel controller, a Bazzaz QS sensor is a bit less than that

If you just want QS without anything else you are correct
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if you go with flashtune ecu for 150 you can get their QS kit for another 220 (best deal out) 370 for reflash and QS
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This is the easiest way to go and probably the cheapest http://www.superbikesupply.com/mm5/m...hifter-rl-lite
To be honest, I seriously doubt HM is the cheapest option. As for the best, however, I'd go with HM any day of the week and twice on Sundays. I've run HM QS's for a while now and they've never gone wrong in the slightest. Also great service from the UK. Much recommended!
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Old 02-27-2012, 09:40 AM   #7
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By the time you buy all the add ons for some of the other brands to add the QS to them it gets kinda pricy. So the HM is in my oppinion cheapest (not in quality but in cost) I like it! Didn't like the install but that is normal.
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By the time you buy all the add ons for some of the other brands to add the QS to them it gets kinda pricy. So the HM is in my oppinion cheapest (not in quality but in cost) I like it! Didn't like the install but that is normal.
Do you have the PC version or the one that connects to the plug top coils? Mine's the latter (Plus YK), albeit installed by my race mechanic. Didn't look like a big job, although it probably would have been had I attempted to do it, heh.

Hadn't seen the RL lite version before though. HM QS's normally are about three to four times that price (mine's listed at about $540 plus VAT). Not listed on their website either: http://www.hmquickshifter.com/produc...egory.php?id=1
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Do you have the PC version or the one that connects to the plug top coils? Mine's the latter (Plus YK), albeit installed by my race mechanic. Didn't look like a big job, although it probably would have been had I attempted to do it, heh.

Hadn't seen the RL lite version before though. HM QS's normally are about three to four times that price (mine's listed at about $540 plus VAT). Not listed on their website either: http://www.hmquickshifter.com/produc...egory.php?id=1
Mine is the rl lite and it plugs onto the coils. And was a little tricky!
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Do you have the PC version or the one that connects to the plug top coils? Mine's the latter (Plus YK), albeit installed by my race mechanic. Didn't look like a big job, although it probably would have been had I attempted to do it, heh.

Hadn't seen the RL lite version before though. HM QS's normally are about three to four times that price (mine's listed at about $540 plus VAT). Not listed on their website either: http://www.hmquickshifter.com/produc...egory.php?id=1
The RL Lite is made by HM for Annitori Distributing here in US. It's identical except it lacks the led display and ability to change kill time by mSec. Instead it gives you the option of three different kill times..short, med, long. Brad at SB Supply said 90% of applications work best at the medium setting. This has been very popular with racers since it came out last year. It's a steal for about $279.

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I am running a Bazzaz Z-fi QS on my 09 and love it. I was playing around with it in my neighbor hood over the weekend
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The RL Lite is made by HM for Annitori Distributing here in US. It's identical except it lacks the led display and ability to change kill time by mSec. Instead it gives you the option of three different kill times..short, med, long. Brad at SB Supply said 90% of applications work best at the medium setting. This has been very popular with racers since it came out last year. It's a steal for about $279.
Sounds like a steal, yeah.

I like the option of setting it "just right", but that is a great deal, no doubt about it.
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what size rod is need for 2009+ stock rearsets running this quickshifter? thx
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:21 PM   #14
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what size rod is need for 2009+ stock rearsets running this quickshifter? thx
I'm using the 150mm shift rod on my stock rear sets.
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This is the easiest way to go and probably the cheapest http://www.superbikesupply.com/mm5/m...hifter-rl-lite
What size is the shift rod ?
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I'm using a used DJ quickshifter with my Flashtune. Definitely the cheapest option if you have a flash.
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I must say that i'm not much inclined to use flash tune option all considering flash tune bugs..
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The ECU itself would need to be malfunctioning. It works well for me.
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To be honest, I seriously doubt HM is the cheapest option. As for the best, however, I'd go with HM any day of the week and twice on Sundays. I've run HM QS's for a while now and they've never gone wrong in the slightest. Also great service from the UK. Much recommended!
considering its a mere 3 bills... cheapest is a bit of a moot point methinks... for most of us... its an easy win..
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