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No doubt it will take you a bit of time to re-train the brain to not let off the throttle during gear changes. I know it took me a while to get used to it.

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it certainly will, i rode half way home as normal and then thought to myself, what a cock jockey you have a quickshifter and you've not tested it. :lol:

Only the zx10 being collected from service and goodies!

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it certainly will, i rode half way home as normal and then thought to myself, what a cock jockey you have a quickshifter and you've not tested it.

 

I did exactly the same when I rode my bike home..

Interested to know how you get on with yours. I find below about 4k rpm the quickshifter isn't great, so i still use the clutch when pottering about.

High revs its fantastic

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yes, i was panicking and went in thursday and basically offered to give the guy a reach around if he got it finished lol

In truth I just told him i had to have it Tuesday at the very latest! It has to go back next Saturday for the dyno run but i'd sooner that than miss Wednesday

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yep done the sprokets, its the best mod to do i think, thing is fantastic to ride, not once today was i "should i be 2nd, or 3rd" its so smooth and effortless, 3rd is fine even at quite low speeds for roundabouts and if you fancy dropping it to 2nd then go right ahead.

Those without a quickshifter, get one, absolutely love it! Thing accelerates like a freaking banshie now! Bloody speedo healer is out by 10% though, mate is doing 70 im doing 77, so clocked up more miles than It should have today, will have to read how to set it myself, although sat im back at the garage for a dyno run




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http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/gg185/hadster81/bikie2_zpsoyryn4g8.jpg


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Yep, its the way all sports bikes should be from the factory..

Healer is pretty simple to adjust, once youve got the knack of it.


Did you do front and rear sprockets? How many teeth did you remove/add?

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Ask the dyno guy if he will set your speedo healer or allow you too as they have accurate speed on the dyno ;-)


P's its very easy to set up


Pps bike looks smart :thumb:

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