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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 10:55 AM
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Sounds good. How difficult is to go from EAS to EAS 2.0 with down quickshifter function?
It's not that bad. Just a wire tap or two and you're got to go.

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It's not that bad. Just a wire tap or two and you're got to go.

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I am sorry Jerry, I still do not get it. Can you please be more specific and explain what exactly needs to be replaced/changed (and how much it will cost)?

Quickshifter sensor - I think so.

CPU - ? I do not know.

Something else?

Was that managed by your dealer, or you did it yourselve?
Some special tools/diagnostic needed?
I know many questions... Thanks for clarification in advance.
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I am sorry Jerry, I still do not get it. Can you please be more specific and explain what exactly needs to be replaced/changed (and how much it will cost)?

Quickshifter sensor - I think so.

CPU - ? I do not know.

Something else?

Was that managed by your dealer, or you did it yourselve?
Some special tools/diagnostic needed?
I know many questions... Thanks for clarification in advance.
The bi-directional sensor has 3 wires vs. The standard one which has two. The 3rd wire you tap into the bikes harness for power (I think I used the tip lever sensor) and set the voltage in ECU studio depending on if you're standard or reverse shift.

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Sounds good. How difficult is to go from EAS to EAS 2.0 with down quickshifter function?
Depends on your skill level and ingenuity.

For me, once I knew what to do, it was quite straight forward, I got a lot of help from the forum as there is no manual for this. I wouldn't have been able to accomplish it without member's help here on this forum (dansoarr, Nephalem, Kevjayney and others) as there simply is no info on what to do to activate it.

Basically,
Get an EAS 2.0 sensor ( I bought the MV one)
Do some basic modification to the wiring harness (some soldering is involved here, but it is minimal)
Purchase ECU Studio in order to do your mapping to activate the blipper functionality. ECU studio is very easy to use once you know how it works, but it is daunting at first.

Besides the blipper, ECU Studio is a very handy tool to have. You get all the kit maps (the ones that come on the MV race ecu) as well as the OEM factory maps. I took the latest stock map and configured the blipper on it as per the MV race ecu in order to activate it on a stock street map. You can also de-activate the exhaust valve, remove error codes and change certain parameters like the temperature your fan kicks in.

Add the cost of the EAS sensor and ECU Studio together when making your decision. I think it came out to 790 $ (US) in my case.
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I am sorry Jerry, I still do not get it. Can you please be more specific and explain what exactly needs to be replaced/changed (and how much it will cost)?

Quickshifter sensor - I think so.

CPU - ? I do not know.

Something else?

Was that managed by your dealer, or you did it yourselve?
Some special tools/diagnostic needed?
I know many questions... Thanks for clarification in advance.
No , it is not something your dealer would be able to do as they are lazy, useless and they dont have the functionality to do the mapping. You need ECU Studio to load a map with the blipper functionality. Their Texa cant do it.

The wiring modification is really simple. Im answering very generally here. If you are serious about it, you can PM me for details.
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Thanks PTsalas, appreciated!
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