this is part of the speedlimter disabled flash. A quick shift sensor is still needed. I recommend the pcv normally open push sensor. One wire will connect to ground and the other to a pin on the ecu.
this is just on the dj site, im sure you could find it a bit cheaperDo you have a link for the sensor?
this is just on the dj site, im sure you could find it a bit cheaper
you will also need the shift rod B
and shift rod c
Would be nice to know where it goes... I have the GP shit set up, so it sort of need to fit on top not to bang on the riser.
No plastic trimming required. All I had to do is notch the riser as you can see on the picture. Just enough for the rod to clear... Someone id this a while ago here on the forum... that's where I got the idea from.where did you get that shifter?? I flipped my r1 back to standard pattern so I didnt brain fart and shift the wrong way when jumping from bike to bike.
Yea there is not much room with your set up, you might have to trim that sprocket cover a bit to give it clearance
that is correct, It is adjustable for the kill time for gear vs rpm. I check the settings on my own personal bike and unless someone has a specific request I will leave them there.So the ECU controls the amount of ignition off time for the shift? Is this adjustable at all like some quickshifters or is adjustability not needed? I think I will try to fab up a different kind of switch for the shifter, the DJ ones are expensive. And are you planning any more options I won't be able to live without. I hope I only have to send my ECU in once!
that's correct, there really is no reason not to add it as an option to the flashJust to verify, if you select this option you can add it anytime you want, not necessary to have the sensor right away?
I have notHas anybody tried a standalone HM or Annotori or Translogic ignition kill quick shifter, on the 09?