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Hey guys, I have the F3RC 800 and I know it comes with the EAS 2.0 Quickshifter, but I wonder if it support quick downshift or just only upshift? Because the MV dealer told me that the F3RC also has quick downshift but I didn't see it on the specs sheet.

Anyway, I tried downshifting while opening the throttle and it didn't work unless I roll off a bit. So I would like to know how does it actually work?

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I don't know if it has a downshifted but my turismo does, throttle has to be fully shut for downshifter to work on that so I presume it would be the same on the RC


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I didn't think the F3's had downshift as part of the EAS package. Also as Red800 has said you need to be fully off the throttle for downshift to work if it had it.

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Hey guys, I have the F3RC 800 and I know it comes with the EAS 2.0 Quickshifter, but I wonder if it support quick downshift or just only upshift? Because the MV dealer told me that the F3RC also has quick downshift but I didn't see it on the specs sheet.

Anyway, I tried downshifting while opening the throttle and it didn't work unless I roll off a bit. So I would like to know how does it actually work?
The idea of the auto blip is to allow you to downshift under braking without having to blip the throttle yourself. Why would you think it would work with an open throttle?

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Doesn't work. The newer models use the new type of QS switch which triggers both up and down but the software is not ready for this.
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Anyway, I tried downshifting while opening the throttle and it didn't work unless I roll off a bit. So I would like to know how does it actually work?

You'd have been in for a shock if it did

The RC is a standard F3 with some bolt on bling and a paint job, (like the Ago but cheaper), no more. It has the same electronics package as the standard bike so no EAS 2.0, no Eldor Nemo EM2.0, no MVICS 2.0.

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I was just thinking of downshifting for faster acceleration. And yes, it works when the throttle is slightly opened.

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I didn't think the F3's had downshift as part of the EAS package. Also as Red800 has said you need to be fully off the throttle for downshift to work if it had it.
I was just thinking of downshifting for faster acceleration. And yes, it works when the throttle is slightly opened.

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You'd have been in for a shock if it did

The RC is a standard F3 with some bolt on bling and a paint job, (like the Ago but cheaper), no more. It has the same electronics package as the standard bike so no EAS 2.0, no Eldor Nemo EM2.0, no MVICS 2.0.
It does come with the EAS 2.0. But I guess the software might not be the latest to support?

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The idea of the auto blip is to allow you to downshift under braking without having to blip the throttle yourself. Why would you think it would work with an open throttle?
I was just thinking of downshifting for faster acceleration. And yes, it works when the throttle is slightly opened.

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