Hi Bob,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!
Sorry about the wind noise, it was extremely windy today
So if you have already plunged for a pcv and now want a quickshifter then £100 should do it for you.
I take it the one you have listed is the one that fits a GSX-S1000, how easy is it to fit ?, what wiring needs to be done. I am fitting a power commander at the weekend. Will it plug straight into this or do I need to get the Ignition module from Dynojet as well.