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Hi all. I am thinking about getting a quickshifter for my Corsa. Anyone fitted one and if so any recommendations ? Evolution bike have a SP electronics with the toe peg sensor. Hoping someone has some advice....
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Let us know if you get one, I would also consider it if you like the performance. I presume since it cannot throttle blip, downshifts are not possible with the unit you mentioned.
 

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Evolution bike have a SP electronics with the toe peg sensor.
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That is probably one of the best you can get if you don't have a rearset link-age.
 

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I will more than likely go with the SP electronics unit , I don't see many options anyhow. Will be a while before I can have it fitted as I am away and most of Italy is shutdown around this time. Will let you know how it is.
 

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No worries Paul, they're pretty easy to install, but please let me know as I've a few guys here in WA looking at something for your model bike. Don't forget the pictures.
 

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Hi all. I am thinking about getting a quickshifter for my Corsa. Anyone fitted one and if so any recommendations ? Evolution bike have a SP electronics with the toe peg sensor. Hoping someone has some advice....
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I have the same question...
 

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I have been recomended to go with a 'Translogic' quickshifter. A company who specialises in track/race bike set up feels that this system is more reliable as he has had a few 'issues' with the SP system. I will go with his recomendation and get one ordered next week and report back.
 

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Ok, an update on the QS. While I was away on holiday the Translogic was ordered that is listed for the Brutale. Turns out this is not compatible with the Brutale........
A Healtech QS was ordered and once the sensor was replaced this works very well I am told. Healtech is also controlled via Bluetooth and an App on your phone for setting up and making changes to settings. Again, I have been told this is great and makes it very easy to set up.
Hopefully I get the bike tomorrow and get to try it for myself.
On the plus side I have been told the Corsa runs as good as any bike that he has set up on his Dyno !! So the full OL4 exhaust system and ECU is a truly plug and play and needs no Dyno time to sort it out.
Roll on tomorrow and hopefully the rain stays away!!
 

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Sorry to hear about Translogic debacle. Was Corsa worth it? What sort of characteristic should one expect from the upgrade?

Looking forward to your view on Healtech QS! Good luck!
 

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Pragmatic, your question 'was the Corsa worth it?'..... Got to be a personal thing. For me yes, you get a few extras and that Ohlins front end. And then there is the paint job which I love. The plus side also there are fewer of these around as well.
 

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When you add up all the extra "bling" (nice) bits you get on a Corsa compared with the RR, then its easily worth it from a £££ perspective.

I particularly wanted the red/white/blue colour scheme in the RR, but I liked all the extras on the Corsa. It has certainly cost me as much in price difference to upgrade all the parts on the RR to the same as Corsa, and I still dont have Ohlins forks :(
 

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Sorry to hear about Translogic debacle. Was Corsa worth it? What sort of characteristic should one expect from the upgrade?

Looking forward to your view on Healtech QS! Good luck!
Yes - im looking forward to this as well :)

Nice to also hear the OL4 exhaust works well - i have the exhaust, and in the future will look to add the headers and ECU
 

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Some pictures of the QS install and of the bike:)
First short ride home impression is that it is quite 'jerky' on the up shift. It is in 'learn'mode for the time being until I have got a few miles on her and then I will go back and finish up with the set up. In theory it should smooth itself out as it learns how i ride it on the road.
Pictures of the install are the location of the control/bluetooth unit under the seat and the sensor on the shifter. I am not technically minded enough to answer any involved questions sorry.
 

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Looks good Paul - look forward to hearing an update on this to see if it gets better. :)
 
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