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post #21 of 55 Old 04-07-2017, 02:38 AM
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We've got guys running 3s off Rea's best race lap at Chang International with stock quickshifter so can't be too bad. That's with race Ecu setting, so I think u need to get the settings better not replace the sensor.


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my settings now are 85 first gear 90 for the rest should I continue going down or increase the number I went as far as 80 for all gears doesn't seems to have any change to it at all.
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my settings now are 85 first gear 90 for the rest should I continue going down or increase the number I went as far as 80 for all gears doesn't seems to have any change to it at all.

Using Woolich or race ECU?


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Only had experience with the Woolich quickshifter settings first when they released that upgrade and I know then it was difficult to get a good setting as the input numbers didn't really correlate to a cut time. Not sure if there's been an update since then but for reference I have a used race ecu and the previous owners map has it set to about 50ms which is close to what I've been running on my BMW also.


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I'm sure you can get it to work fine, it's a personal preference. I couldn't stand how it felt. It felt sloppy, I like the positive feedback of the Woolich sensor.
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I'm sure you can get it to work fine, it's a personal preference. I couldn't stand how it felt. It felt sloppy, I like the positive feedback of the Woolich sensor.
How do get the upgraded one?
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I felt this QS was a bit slow. It seemed to unsettle the drive and suspension compared to other bikes. I have not flashed my ECU yet. Yesterday I swapped out the OEM exhaust and cat to the Graves link set-up and went for a quick shakedown run. It "feels" a little faster shifting. I'll be flashing the ECU this coming week so I hope this area gets a little better.
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I felt this QS was a bit slow. It seemed to unsettle the drive and suspension compared to other bikes. I have not flashed my ECU yet. Yesterday I swapped out the OEM exhaust and cat to the Graves link set-up and went for a quick shakedown run. It "feels" a little faster shifting. I'll be flashing the ECU this coming week so I hope this area gets a little better.
Once you start bringing the values down in the QS kill times, it really starts to shine; just bang bang bang bang - no real delay. I've been tweaking mine the past few days when taking breaks from painting up my race plastics for the season and I'm getting more and more happy with it.
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Archer what are your settings I'm down to 75 across the board seems no real difference then when it was at 90 and 85, not sure how low I can go before risking any issues, this is on highway pulls and the strip when I was testing it. definitely a difference then when it was at 100 across.
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