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post #1 of 6 Old 03-23-2019, 10:11 AM Thread Starter
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Is it possible to fit a Quick shifter directly to bike in a plug and play manner, if so where is the socket you plug into? Ta Del

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Is it possible to fit a Quick shifter directly to bike in a plug and play manner, if so where is the socket you plug into? Ta Del
I think the closest to plug and play is the woolich quickshifter which works through the ECU, however it does need the ECU flashing and it plugs in to the Exhaust Valve solenoid connector, so you need to have removed your exhaust valve already
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I think the closest to plug and play is the woolich quickshifter which works through the ECU, however it does need the ECU flashing and it plugs in to the Exhaust Valve solenoid connector, so you need to have removed your exhaust valve already
Thanks for that info Paul

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Dano's Performance Quick Shifter (and others) plug into the 4 coils at the spark plugs. Meaning you have to access the plugs, but looks like "easy" install. Check out his website
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Healtech quickshifter advertises as

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With our special ring sensor and the bike specific wiring harnesses, installation couldn’t get any simpler than this.
And I believe there's one for sale in the classifieds right now that is an absolute steal. Not mine, but I wish it was.

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Healtech quickshifter advertises as



And I believe there's one for sale in the classifieds right now that is an absolute steal. Not mine, but I wish it was.

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https://www.healtech-electronics.com..._2015-2017.pdf
Yes ive seen that add, must do some research before i commit though. Ta Del

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