Dynojet quickshifter

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    Has anyone here used one, and do you like them or not? What are the ups and downs, and benefits and not so much?

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    I have one installed and they are awesome. Give me a call at 615-500-1447. David
     
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    Get in touch with Jim Feagins. I am sure some of the other guys here also have them.
     
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    pics of shifter
     

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    I like that. This is probably the way that I will go.
     
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    They are more fun than a barrel of monkeys!

    I mean seamless WOT shifts?
    Come on... what could be more fun than that!
     
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    LOL, even my GF is saying, go ahead.....we will just call it an early christmas present.....
     
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    Have one on a 2009 gen 2, like everyone has said full throttle shifts! As if the bike needs help going faster. Awesome for drag racing too!
     
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    Are they good on 1st gens also?
     
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    I also have 7 more of the heavy duty shifter brackets for sale. A lot better than the piece of crap that comes with the kit. $40 shipped to the lower 48 USA. Out of country price is $35 plus shipping to your destination. Thanks.
     

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    Was that an intended pun?
     
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    That's a great looking part. I've heard plenty of complaints about the Dynojet piece.

    My quickshifter is configured differently otherwise I would definitely want one on my bike.
     
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    Just to follow up with sandy klock's question. Anybody run one of these on their gen1?
     
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    You'd need a brain box to run that and at that point it's a lot easier switch setup. We're actually nearly done with our testing to have these kits as an optional upgrade to the ignitech CDI box for the gen 1's
     
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    Mark how is yours set up? Is it like Jim Faegins......which is set up under the lever?
     
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    Yes, mine is the inline version, it was a kit someone put together years ago. The parts are not from DynoJet. I think Jim may have adapted the DynoJet switch to work inline like mine.

    My version is stealth, but I can't say it's better than the DynoJet kit. Just by the design of it I have to believe the DynoJet version allows for more precise adjustment.

    quick.jpg

    I have better photos somewhere....couldn't find one right now.
     
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    Not so much intended.....but I did find it funny after I wrote it.
     
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    I use the HealTech Quickshifter easy. No laptop required. Bluetooth comms. Free app. Smallest sensor. Fits the Max easily, and works with your other goodies...PCV, etc...
     
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    It can also be mounted on the bolt on the linkage and provide both up and down shifts.
     

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    That looks very clean. It looks like it comes all in a complete kit.....or am I missing something?
     
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