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First, remove the fuel tank.
This exposes the air box. Remove this completely.
Now you will see the throttle bodies and the throttle servo motor. Unplug the large connector connected to the servo motor. Plug our unit in to the servo motor and then plug the OEM connector back in to our unit.
You now have 4 other wires with connectors on our unit. One connects the Quickshifter sensor. One is for the COM port. One is for the *BUTTON and the last is for the *CAN connection
If you have the Lite version you only need to connect the Quickshifter sensor to the unit and you will need to have the COM port in an easily accessible location so you can connect to the unit for programming and for any future firmware updates.
If you have the Pro version you will also need to connect your button to the BUTTON plug and the CAN plug to the diagnostic port on your bike. Route the BUTTON wire to a convenient place and fix this to the location of choice. We recommend the handlebar.
Route the wires so they are not in danger of being trapped by any components when you put the bike back together.
Now connect the sensor to your shift rod. When routing this wire please make sure if you use cable ties that you do not over tighten them and damage the sensor wire.
Now re assemble the bike.
Open the PC software which is available for download on our website under downloads.
Connect the supplied USB lead to the COM plug and turn the ignition on to the bike.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO CALIBRATE THE THROTTLE BEFORE YOU PROCEED. This only needs to be done once after install.
On the GENERAL tab click on “Start Throttle Calibration” A pop up window will open and say “Move throttle from min to max a few times AFTER clicking Okay”, open and close the throttle a few times all the way to the stop and back, 3 times should be enough.
Once you have done this, click on “End throttle calibration”
If you click on DASH in the top right of the program you will now see your throttle position displayed under TPS%. If you do not, repeat the Throttle Calibration Process again.
Sensor set up.
Shift direction. Firstly, we need to set the direction for up shifting.
Set this to C (compression) if when you are upshifting you are compressing (pushing) the sensor.
Set this to E if you are extending (pulling) the sensor when you are up shifting.
Sensitivity. You want this number to be as low as possible to give a nice positive shift. If you set this number too high (too sensitive) then the sensor will trigger the shifter/blip time before the gear physically begins to change. This could result in false neutrals. If this is set too low (not sensitive enough) then the gearbox will not be unloaded and therefore you will not be able to change gear.
We recommend starting at 65% and proceeding from here. The amount of mechanical force on different bikes and even different aftermarket rear sets will determine this so you may or may not need to alter this.
Shift Kill Time. Set this for the amount of time in ms you want to unload the gearbox for to allow the next gear to engage. We recommend starting with 62ms.
Blip Throttle %. Set this for the amount of throttle blip/opening you want for when you change down a gear. We recommend 40%
Blip time. Set this for the duration you want the throttle blip to last. We recommend starting at 60ms.
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