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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-07-2013, 04:58 AM Thread Starter
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Question Quickshifter

This question has possibly been asked before but I can't seen to find the answer that I am looking for.

So here is the question.

I have a 2006 Brutale 910s with a PC III installed, is there a Quickshifter that is suitable?

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Here you go mate - give Kevin a ring, he is familiar with the MV and Cordona is right up there in quality - https://www.quicklapperformance.com.au/

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I also have an 06 910S with pc3.. I put the Dynojet quick shifter on mine, and it's awesome! Got it from designcorse in the uk..
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pc quick shift

I have one for sale suitable for your pc3usb
here is my sale link http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=50850
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If you can find one the HM quickshifter is very good. They only made them for a short period of time though so they are few and far between.

Otherwise, as suggested above. I would go with one of Donsy's recommendations in Cordona.

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If he already runs a PC III, the cheapest way is to use Dynojet QS. I had it on my Brutale, worked like a dream and very easy to set up if you just follow the manual precisely.

I bought it from Phil and it worked great. Although, the one he has on sale now, won't work with the setup in the picture and standard shift mechanism. You need a push type, not pull, for the standard gear directions.
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It might be a bit cheaper (the Dynojet) but is it on the same level, Read up a bit about strain guage etc.

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Thanks guys, I will have a look at all your suggestions.

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Here you go mate - give Kevin a ring, he is familiar with the MV and Cordona is right up there in quality - https://www.quicklapperformance.com.au/
Great recommendation Donsy, Kevin was very helpful.

I have ordered the Cordona MAG Switch Quickshifter.

Once it is up and running I will report back.

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Great recommendation Donsy, Kevin was very helpful.

I have ordered the Cordona MAG Switch Quickshifter.

Once it is up and running I will report back.
Cool Mark, I'm glad he got you sorted, he's helped a few of us in the past.
I just had to buy another one for my bike and one for the HRC Honda Wiring kit, he was right on it.

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