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Hi all. I am thinking about getting a quickshifter for my Corsa. Anyone fitted one and if so any recommendations ? Evolution bike have a SP electronics with the toe peg sensor. Hoping someone has some advice....
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Let us know if you get one, I would also consider it if you like the performance. I presume since it cannot throttle blip, downshifts are not possible with the unit you mentioned.
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Evolution bike have a SP electronics with the toe peg sensor.
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That is probably one of the best you can get if you don't have a rearset link-age.

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I will more than likely go with the SP electronics unit , I don't see many options anyhow. Will be a while before I can have it fitted as I am away and most of Italy is shutdown around this time. Will let you know how it is.
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No worries Paul, they're pretty easy to install, but please let me know as I've a few guys here in WA looking at something for your model bike. Don't forget the pictures.

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Hi all. I am thinking about getting a quickshifter for my Corsa. Anyone fitted one and if so any recommendations ? Evolution bike have a SP electronics with the toe peg sensor. Hoping someone has some advice....
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I have the same question...
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I have been recomended to go with a 'Translogic' quickshifter. A company who specialises in track/race bike set up feels that this system is more reliable as he has had a few 'issues' with the SP system. I will go with his recomendation and get one ordered next week and report back.

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You shouldn't read the comments in the 2nd Gen F4 section then.

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Ok, an update on the QS. While I was away on holiday the Translogic was ordered that is listed for the Brutale. Turns out this is not compatible with the Brutale........
A Healtech QS was ordered and once the sensor was replaced this works very well I am told. Healtech is also controlled via Bluetooth and an App on your phone for setting up and making changes to settings. Again, I have been told this is great and makes it very easy to set up.
Hopefully I get the bike tomorrow and get to try it for myself.
On the plus side I have been told the Corsa runs as good as any bike that he has set up on his Dyno !! So the full OL4 exhaust system and ECU is a truly plug and play and needs no Dyno time to sort it out.
Roll on tomorrow and hopefully the rain stays away!!

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Sorry to hear about Translogic debacle. Was Corsa worth it? What sort of characteristic should one expect from the upgrade?

Looking forward to your view on Healtech QS! Good luck!
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