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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-12-2018, 06:56 AM Thread Starter
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2008 Mv F4 312R Help needed.

Hi all, I'm trying to find out if and what quickshifter can be fitted to this model and year but can't seem to find anything that helps. Anyone know anything about this that can help please? Based in NZ. Thanks all.
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I think you will be needing a different ECU (recommend Microtec) to enable a quick shifter......

Maybe there's some kind of piggy back device out there. PowerCommander can enable a quick shifter if I'm not mistaken. I'm not a fan of piggyback systems.

No way to facilitate a bi-direction shifter though, upshift only. Need ride-by-wire to auto blip for downshifts.

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Do you have a link to the microtec ECU you've mentioned? It currently has an RG3 ECU, does that make any difference and also how are Quick Shifters fitted to bikes which have gear levers that are mounted direct to shaft spline instead of the push rod style like other bike types? I have been wondering how a shift sensor would be integrated? Thanks for taking the time to point me in the right direction bud.
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Do a search of the site for X-Bikes. They are based in the UK and are experts in modifications your 312R as they used to race one with some success back in the day. They are the acknowledged gurus on the Microtec ecu on this forum.
So, Chris from X-Bikes will be able to fill you in with any details of your intended project.
I have run a Microtec in a 312R for several years now and it will transform the bike like you wouldn’t believe, provided you remove the catalytic converter, which you may have already done, and run a relatively open exhaust. Incidentally I am also from New Zealand.
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It currently has an RG3 ECU, does that make any difference and also how are Quick Shifters fitted to bikes which have gear levers that are mounted direct to shaft spline instead of the push rod style like other bike types? I have been wondering how a shift sensor would be integrated? Thanks for taking the time to point me in the right direction bud.
You have a Marelli 5SM ECU... the RG3 tag would indicate it is the "Kit" ECU for the Corse exhaust system. Either way, As Dave said, X-Bikes can sort you out there.

As for quick shifter, you will need to fit some aftermarket rear set kit with a rod to the shift shaft.

Unless someone knows a different way....I don't.

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