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post #1 of 22 Old 05-14-2007, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Quickshifter Rod size???

I have an 04 zx-10r with a dynojet quickshifter and have the "B" rod with the two male ends on it. Does anyone know the size of the male ends and the thread pitch? I am sick of these things snapping in half and also what to fabricate one a bit longer out of steel so my shift linkage will be at the proper angle.
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post #2 of 22 Old 05-14-2007, 10:31 PM
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i think its M6, but i'd wait till someone can confirm it

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i think its M6, but i'd wait till someone can confirm it
Yeah that's what I am thinking as well and thanks nelly. I will probably call them soon if no one else responds.
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Its a M6 * 1.0

You can buy them here

https://www.midwestcontrol.com/buy.php?item=1324

This is the set-up i'm using

The DynoJet rod you need is the #32104060 rod

and order the TR6-50 rod from here

On a side note, if you breaking them you might want to buy extra...but not make one out of steel, if the rod don't break will might break something else more expensive. I'm assuming they break crashing? and not just snapping on their own?

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ha, i guess i should look at my own info, the rod link i give you is a steel one

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Its a M6 * 1.0

You can buy them here

https://www.midwestcontrol.com/buy.php?item=1324

This is the set-up i'm using

The DynoJet rod you need is the #32104060 rod

and order the TR6-50 rod from here

On a side note, if you breaking them you might want to buy extra...but not make one out of steel, if the rod don't break will might break something else more expensive. I'm assuming they break crashing? and not just snapping on their own?
Thanks man. So you are sure its an M6 and the thread pitch is 1.0? I am not looking to buy one but I am having an engineer buddy of mine fabricate a few of them for me cause I keep snapping the dynojet aluminum ones. I also need it to be custom as I want it to be a bit longer since I use gp shift and want my linkage to be at a 90 degree angle instead of the 45 I have it at now. Thanks for all the info and rep sent your way.

Oh and no I am having them snap on their own since they are not long enough and I am only getting maybe 3 threads into the female in so that isnt enough thus I need a longer shaft.
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JJ i didn't even think of it but i have a kit to measure pitch, and size for bolts and nuts...too bad...
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JJ i didn't even think of it but i have a kit to measure pitch, and size for bolts and nuts...too bad...
yeah...lol to late now. Butch is gonna make me a couple up once I get him specs and all.
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cool man .... can i get some too??
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cool man .... can i get some too??
what yah gonna use them for? Chopsticks?
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