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Dynojet quick shifter kill time question.

I was able to snag a DynoJet linear quick shif sensor off of ebay for $98 (retail $276) and wanted to know what kill times you guys are running and what RPM you guys have it set to activate.

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You mean it only shifts at certain RPMs? Like an automatic?
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You can set the lowest RPM that you want the quickshifter to work at. Lets say you choose 4000 RPM, it will only work 4K and above, below 4k you have to use the clutch to up shift. I had my old Kawi set to 3000RPM and 65ms kill time, but then again I was able to run the bike on a rear stand while in gear to tune the kill time. Cant do that with the MV without it falling off the stand.

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I tried Noel's idea this weekend of just upshifting with out the clutch. It worked exceptionally well. I just have to remember to load the shifter first.
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I also tried his method, I would still rather have the quick shifter since I already had a PC III installed. Whats another $100 for effortless upshifts?

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The quickshifter is great. I have mine at 5000rpm up. Don't remember the time at this moment.
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65ms is a good starting place. I use an HM quickshifter on my R1 at the default setting of 65ms. You may be able to reduce the kill time further but for shifts at higher revs you might find a false neutral occasionally. I haven't ever bothered to reduce the kill time because shifting in the higher rev ranges with 65ms is seamless.

Quickshifters are awesome. I couldn't stop laughing and swearing when I first fitted one and took the bike for a test ride. The speed at which you can upshift is ridiculous.

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First bike I ever fitted one to was my 05 ZX6R. I couldnt belive how well it worked. And when I beat a friend of mine in a drag race he couldnt figure out why LOL. He had the same bike as me with the same mods (well almost)

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