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Quickshifter on 900rr

hi guys bit of a noob question for ya? What have i got to do to get quick shift on my 99 cbr-900rr.
as i have decided i need it
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a sh1t load of overtime in work
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i dont work lol
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i found this but thats what im looking for yer?

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hi guys bit of a noob question for ya? What have i got to do to get quick shift on my 99 cbr-900rr.
as i have decided i need it

An electronic shifter is simply an adjustable timed pressure switch in the shift linkage rod connected indirectly to the kill switch. When you put pressure against the shifter it triggers the switch which kills the ignition for several milliseconds. To change gears without using the clutch you need to unload the transmission. Normally you back off the throttle momentarily but the pressure switch allows you to keep the throttle wide open during shifts.
The old way of doing it was to wire the horn button through the kill switch and just fan the button to make the full throttle up shifts.

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Re: Quickshifter on 900rr

i just got school!!!! cheers heaps bladeracer. so when u say old way? its still not the wrong way, just sounds a lot cheaper and pretty cool once u get down ur shifts with the setup
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i just got school!!!! cheers heaps bladeracer. so when u say old way? its still not the wrong way, just sounds a lot cheaper and pretty cool once u get down ur shifts with the setup

Nowadays I would think you should be able to wire an adjustable timer into the circuit just like the quickshifter. Then you would just press the button and it would cut the circuit for a specific length of time. That's electrickery though which is black magic to me - I have to pay a guy to do that stuff for me :-)
Are you already shifting without using the clutch?

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Re: Quickshifter on 900rr

I have a techtronics quick shifter on my 93 900, super easy install too. You just hae to tap into the coils for spark interuption, just shift as normal, no need to push any buttons either. It works just like a qs on a fuel injected bike.

There is a bunch of companies who make them for carbed bikes also.

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here is the sensor on my 93,

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Re: Quickshifter on 900rr

thats what im after cheers flyingpig hey blade i have been using clutch less with high rev stuff but that only on the 2011 g-sxr. on my blade and firestorm i always used clutch (at the moment) main reson for me getting is so i can up shift on the blade and not have to worry about putting front wheel down till im ready . once again thanks heaps guys
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also quick question pig does it have a gear indacator that i can leave on display of that moduel?
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Re: Quickshifter on 900rr

does the quickshifter stop the arse kicking out under heavy breaking?
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Re: Quickshifter on 900rr

no good suspension setup should help that a little bit,
have u had ur bike setup for u?
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thats what im after cheers flyingpig hey blade i have been using clutch less with high rev stuff but that only on the 2011 g-sxr. on my blade and firestorm i always used clutch (at the moment) main reson for me getting is so i can up shift on the blade and not have to worry about putting front wheel down till im ready . once again thanks heaps guys

There is no problem shifting up the box while on one wheel, you don't need an electronic shifter for that.

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does the quickshifter stop the arse kicking out under heavy breaking?

The quick shifter is for changing gears, nothing to do with braking.

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Re: Quickshifter on 900rr

well there is with mine what u recon it would be then, also i do want to change over to quick shift with this bike anyways im not racing it but will be hitting track as offtine as i can.
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