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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-10-2007, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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Can anyone recommend a brand "Quickshifter" for a F4 ?????

I have been using a Dynojet on my other bikes but it requires a power commander which I don't have and probably won't get by the looks of things.
So i guess I need one that is independant.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-10-2007, 06:05 PM
is quikshifter useful in normal road usage ?
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your foot and clutchless up-shifting. it's free and fast.

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I have been using a Dynojet on my other bikes but it requires a power commander which I don't have and probably won't get by the looks of things.

If the 312 uses the same computer as the R (5SM) then you can use a Power Commander. Same unit for all bikes work.
I have the Quickshifter on my Brute and love it.
Just installed one on my track bike also.

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am i thinking about the wrong part? i'm lost...

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No your not lost, we just went off course a bit.

The DynoJet quickshifter allows clutchless full throttle upshifts (and part throttle)
by cutting the fuel for an instant, unloading the tranny allowing the shift.
It only works with the Power Commander as this is how it cuts the fuel.

PC's work on all the new bikes like the Senna and R and 312.(unless they changed the injectors on the 312)

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oh. ok. good. i'm not as dumb as i thought.

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