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B3/F3 EAS QS Wanted

Hi guys, does anyone have a EAS Quick Shifter from a F/B3 675 or 800 they are wanting to sell.?


I want it for my 2015 B3 800.


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Hi guys, does anyone have a EAS Quick Shifter from a F/B3 675 or 800 they are wanting to sell.?


I want it for my 2015 B3 800.


Cheers for any help.


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1.0 or 2.0? I have a 1.0. The 2.0 is for upshifting and downshifting. Mine is only for upshifting.

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1.0 or 2.0? I have a 1.0. The 2.0 is for upshifting and downshifting. Mine is only for upshifting.

Hi, thanks for replying. I didn't actually realize the version 2.0 works on my bike but I suppose it would.


But the up-shift only version 1.0 is fine for me, do you have one for sale.?


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There are other brands of quickshifters that will do the same job, Anittori - HM - Cordona are all well tried and tested.

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There are other brands of quickshifters that will do the same job, Anittori - HM - Cordona are all well tried and tested.

Hi Donsy, thanks for your post.


I guess I was preferring a factory QS that could be activated and controlled by the dash controls, but that's def not that important so if I cant find a factory one ill look at the aftermarket options.


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Hi Donsy, thanks for your post.


I guess I was preferring a factory QS that could be activated and controlled by the dash controls, but that's def not that important so if I cant find a factory one ill look at the aftermarket options.


Thanks Hayden
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The actual activation takes place in the ECU via the dash, the Q/S just does the directional switching part and the factory models seem to be very dodgy judging by the amounts they are replacing.

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The actual activation takes place in the ECU via the dash, the Q/S just does the directional switching part and the factory models seem to be very dodgy judging by the amounts they are replacing.

Thanks for the info, ill def look into the aftermarket ones then. So are you saying that the aftermarket ones can still be controlled via the ECU and dash.? sorry I'm a bit new to all this.


Oh and thanks for all the manuals you have made available, its very much appreciated and I have used them a lot already.


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Thanks for the info, ill def look into the aftermarket ones then. So are you saying that the aftermarket ones can still be controlled via the ECU and dash.? sorry I'm a bit new to all this.


Oh and thanks for all the manuals you have made available, its very much appreciated and I have used them a lot already.


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Yes Hayden some will be suited to your model, it's just a matter of finding the right one for your model.
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Hi, thanksng. I didn't actually realize the version 2.0 works on my bike but I suppose it would. for replyi
A MY2015 should be EAS2 capable, are you 100% sure you have a MY 2015 Bike [Look at the 10th position of your VIN!!]?

A good and easy way to determine if your bike is 2.0 capable check the Wiring colors on your Quickshifter connector[3pin, bike side]
If you find a Violett/Black wire on Pin1 your Bike should be EAS2 Capable.
If you find a Orange/Black wire on Pin1 Your bike is EAS1.

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A MY2015 should be EAS2 capable, are you 100% sure you have a MY 2015 Bike [Look at the 10th position of your VIN!!]?

A good and easy way to determine if your bike is 2.0 capable check the Wiring colors on your Quickshifter connector[3pin, bike side]
If you find a Violett/Black wire on Pin1 your Bike should be EAS2 Capable.
If you find a Orange/Black wire on Pin1 Your bike is EAS1.

Hi, sorry for the late reply, but thanks for the info and ill check out the wiring colours anyway.


My bike is registered as a 16 but could even be a 14 as its the silver/white model without ABS


Cheers (I think I have found a version 1 QS anyway)

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