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post #1 of 28 Old 02-05-2016, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Cheapish Quickshifter

So, i stuck my bike on a local dynojet dyno and discovered it makes 146bhp at the rear wheel But it can be a little snatchy so i decided to put a pcv on it to smooth out the throttle response sort the lean mixture out.

I fitted the pcv, but then thought why not stick a quickshifter on it as well

I bought one off of ebay, for a very reasonable £100ish from a german company and one which looks identical to a dynojet one, here:
Quickshifter Drucksensor SUZUKI GSXR1000 2005-2006 für PCIII | eBay

Once it arrived i cut down the original gear rod, no need to buy any rods, connected it up to the pcv, left the kill times at 65ms on the pcv and went for a ride!

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Sorry about the wind noise, it was extremely windy today

https://youtu.be/rahP-he4y8E

So if you have already plunged for a pcv and now want a quickshifter then £100 should do it for you.

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Hi,

do you have change the exhaust or air filter ??
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Hi,

do you have change the exhaust or air filter ??

Not to put a powercommander v on. But you can if want then get it remapped
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Looking at the Air/Fuel ratio, it is really lean.
Is this with no map or with the supplied Dynojet map?
Did you get it tuned after this run?


You're making me want a quickshifter. Good mod.
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Looking at the Air/Fuel ratio, it is really lean.
Is this with no map or with the supplied Dynojet map?
Did you get it tuned after this run?


You're making me want a quickshifter. Good mod.
This was before putting the pcv on. I got a hold of another map from Frank Dynojet uk who sorted this one out:
Suzuki GSX-S1000 Dynojet Power Commander fit | Superbike Magazine

Interestingly, the map values are much different to the one on powercommanders website! Is there a difference between Europe and the rest of the world perhaps? But i am running Franks for now and it seems ok....

I have nearly finished my own dyno, so i will stick it on that and finish it off.
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I have nearly finished my own dyno, so i will stick it on that and finish it off.

You have your own dyno?
That's what I need! Ain't gonna happen ...........
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You have your own dyno?
That's what I need! Ain't gonna happen ...........
Its taken about a year to make and cost a few quid, but its been fun!
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Any opportunity to have a copy of your map ?

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Any opportunity to have a copy of your map ?
No problem, its for a totally stock bike. pm me your email address and i will send it over.

Rob

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I have dropped it onto google drive for you all if you want it. This is Franks fuel map from dynojet uk for a stock bike

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2A...ew?usp=sharing
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No problem, its for a totally stock bike. pm me your email address and i will send it over.

Rob

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I have dropped it onto google drive for you all if you want it. This is Franks fuel map from dynojet uk for a stock bike

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2A...ew?usp=sharing

THANKS! I continued to be amazed at the maps I am seeing. Yours takes out fuel more often than not and conventional thinking on this board is that they are way lean from Suzuki. ?????


I can't wait to see what my Autotune comes up with.
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