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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-02-2006, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Quickshifter installed

I installed the DynoJet Quickshifter on my Brute and after a few rides I am super impressed!

It integrates with the Power Commander and allows clutchless upshifts by cutting the fuel for a fraction of a second. This unloads the tranny and allows the shift.

The action is super quick, smoother than you can shift, and the fluid shifting and sound is like a F1 car!

I set mine to only allow shifting after 5000 rpm so you must shift normally around town and this also prevents any unwanted shifts if you accidently hit the shifter.
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Wow....that's nice....

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That is very nice. I was thinking about putting one on my bike. I like your rearsets also.

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do they have for MV Agusta F4 750?
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post #6 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-13-2006, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Since i installed the Rizoma rearsets, the QS install was easy. On the standard MV you will need to adapt the linear sensor QS. (see pict)
I'm sure you can do it but it won't be as nice as what I used.
Also, you need to have a Power Commander for this to work.
Other Speed shifter systems are available and my be adaptable to the MV.
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Wow that's really nice
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we'd love to hear more details if you have the time and inclination
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I just installed one on my Ducati 749R. I have the bike in pieces right now adding a bunch of after market stuff but it seems like it is going to work great with the PCIII. I am installing the Termignoni race exhaust as soon as I get time and then I'll take her off the lift for some test runs. I'll let you know how it works out. BTW, if anyone has been missing me on the forums, I've been busy playing with the F430.

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How good are clutchless downshifts with the QS?

Steve, gorgeous car, Congrats
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