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post #1 of 10 Old 11-19-2008, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Dynojet quick shifter?

Hey guys I've got the PC3 and now the ignition module, what I need is a quick shifter. How ever I am not paying 200+ for what is basically a pressure switch.

So, is their anyone here that has one and can make me a wiring diagram ( how many wires and where they plug into the PC3 and the IM, and take readings for me, like the QS has continuity at rest (normally closed), or doesn't have continuity at rest (normally open). also I need the software for it if anyone has it. thanks for reading

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If you just need the quickshifter I've been using a Cordona.net quicksifter for over 2 years with no problems. Plugs in and operates just like the Dynojet, just less expensive.

E-mail [email protected] and he can hook you up if interested.

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If you just need the quickshifter I've been using a Cordona.net quicksifter for over 2 years with no problems. Plugs in and operates just like the Dynojet, just less expensive.

E-mail [email protected] and he can hook you up if interested.
Thanks for the reply, but I kind of have a idea in mind for what I want to do, his shifters do look trick though.

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are you looking for something like this

http://www.fireblades.org/forums/aft...ander-usb.html
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are you looking for something like this

http://www.fireblades.org/forums/aft...ander-usb.html
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Sir if I could see you right now and you weren't a dude, i'd kiss ya.
lol, tell me if it works and how hard it is because i'd like to do it as well.
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lol, tell me if it works and how hard it is because i'd like to do it as well.
I'll be doing a complete write up with pics and possibly a coloring book for the kiddos.

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haha sweet, I love pics keeps me interested.
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I'll be doing a complete write up with pics and possibly a coloring book for the kiddos.
Sweet coloring books, never could stay in the lines though

Sounds interesting, looking forward to it. I prefer selecting my own gears just like in a car but I can always appreciate others hard work.
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Sweet coloring books, never could stay in the lines though

Sounds interesting, looking forward to it. I prefer selecting my own gears just like in a car but I can always appreciate others hard work.
The QS doesn't select the gear for you? it just cuts the ignition/fuel or both so that you can make clutchless full throttle up shifts. And after having an air shifter on my 6R I can't stand having to roll off the throttle or use the clutch when flat out.

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