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As the North American distributor for Shifting ContRoll, I'm pleased to be the newest supporting vendor here on FZ09.org and offer our QS kit for the 2017+ MT09 and FZ09 bikes. This kit is bolt-on, plug and play; installation is simply a matter of replacing the stock shift rod in the linkage with the shifter kit, then plugging the sensor into the connector on the harness. Depending on the model, the QS function in the ECU is activated according to the procedure in the owner's manual.

The FJ09 and XSR900, as well as earlier models of MT09 and FZ09 can also use the kit, but require a controller to operate the QS function. TTR can provide a splice-in controller for track machines, or a plug-in version for road bikes. A third-party controller such as a Power Commander with built-in QS function will also work.

The shifter kit sells for US$150 plus $15 for the postman. The splice-in controller will cost $75, or an additional $25 for the plug-in version.

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I don't think I'm going to get one, but out of curiosity, does it work on upshift and downshift both? If so, will it work with GP shift?
 

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This is an upshift-only set-up; a downshift blipper is much more complicated - and expensive.

Whether it works with GP shift depends on the linkage arrangement; some require the sensor to be PUSH instead of PULL, while others work with the same sensor. This kit is intended for use with the stock foot controls, and while I would be quite willing to work with anyone who wanted to fit the kit up to a set of aftermarket rearsets, it would be a per-design reply.
 
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Nice job on design, I will definitely consider one of these. Welcome to the forum!
 

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I picked one up about a month ago, and it works great. Less parts/easier install than OEM for the same PnP functionality. TTR was also quick to respond to my questions FWIW.
 
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Thanks for the welcome and the good words!
 

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Bump!
 

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Since Partzilla seems to be having a sale on the GYTR Quick Shift kits, I'll match them - US$135 plus shipping! In stock, ready to go ...
 

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Partzilla ships in 22-27 days - I can ship tomorrow!
 

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Indeed, it's a great QS for the price. Since my exhaust and flash, I get some nice pops on quick shifts that I only expected from $250+ quick shifters ;)
 
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I can't believe it's been 2 months since I bumped this - US$135 plus $15 shipping, in stock!
 
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If the bike is a 2017+ model, it has the QS function in the ECU and the connector plug on the harness.
 

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This actually looks more compact and cleaner than the GYTR from the pictures. Has the price gone back up to 150+15?
 

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Not yet ... =)
 

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Whoops! Fixed - try again ...
 

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Payment received - thank you! Yeah, the Yamaha and Honda OEM QS are both oddly clunky looking ...
 
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