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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-12-2015, 04:48 AM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb Quickshifter not working w/ Rizoma Rearsets

So I have installed the Rizoma rearsets you see below. the problem is that the quick upshift does not work when I transfer the OEM sensor onto them.


I did some research and the OEM MV quickshifter is made by Starlane ans it looks like this specific shift kit:
http://www.starlane.com/vedit/15/cro...sp?idprod=1136

Now I have tried it every possible way they recommended to mount it and it is still not shifting:


At this point I have put the OEM lever back on and with that lever in place, it upshifts perfectly. The problem is that the OEM piece is low profile, so it is hard to catch it with my foot when riding. also it is ugly as hell. I am considering picking up this Ducati offset shifter and see if the sensor works with that.



Any recommendations guys? To be honest, I do not want to buy some random shift lever just to find out it does not work.

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Which configuration did you try, the road racer or the socket head screw one ?

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Road Racing, Supermoto-Cross, and Socket Head Screw Lever. It is just odd that the sensor only works with the OEM setup.

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Mate I'm just keen to learn here, I have no experiance with this style sensor.
I do know that they're quite sensitive to the bolt torque setting, but have no idea whether they're also direction sensitive.
Might be a good idea to give Chris from X-Bikes a call or send him a message, he's well onto this kind of sensor.
Maybe they need to be reprogrammed like some of the other quick shifters ?

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I have talked to Starlane and that sensor is made just for MV and is also the only one with operation for auto-blip. The ones you buy from Starlane for other bikes have adjustability for force needed and time of shift in milliseconds. The MV does not so it may be set rather specifically for the stock shift lever

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Interesting. I wanted to contact them on Monday and see what they say. I wonder if they can give me any tips on how it can be set up. thanks for the info guys.

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BTW Starlane will not sell the MV sensor. Be careful with it because it is $500 from MV

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Wow...$500. I am torquing it to spec so it should not be an issue. It almost looks like I have to powdercoat the OEM lever and leave it at that.

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Does autoblip work on downshift? For the 2014 model
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It does on mine. But the quickshift is not 100% reliable up or down. It really is variable on how you attempt shift lever commands. I still haven`t quite figured out what it likes. The sensor has three wires instead of the usual two. I am going to take it to the dealer and request a new sensor on warranty.

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