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post #51 of 76 (permalink) Old 10-09-2019, 07:14 AM
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I've never ridden a bike with a quickshifter, so I have what may well be a dumb question: If you don't want to use the quickshifter but do want to preload the shift lever before you make a clutch-assisted upshift, how does that work? Wouldn't the preloading of the shift lever with your toe activate the quickshifter?
I think you are right. It's all electronic wizardry not mechanical. But I checked my 765RS, and there is no option in the menu to disable the QS manually.
You can disable the quick shifter in the TFT menu.
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I'm wondering if there was potentially a misunderstanding, this was pointed out to me.

Read this quote from the Ultimate Motorcycling article, "Clutchless shifting (quickshift and blip) returns, as does the assist-and-slip clutch."

We all know an auto-blipper isn't returning.
According to Kevin Duke at motorcycle.com, "Allow me to set the record straight. Auto-blipping is a new standard feature for 2020."

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Found this article... https://www.visordown.com/reviews/fi...rs-2020-review

Aside from mentioning the change we've all seen, they mention the bluetooth module is an extra.

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This gives an idea of the new screen...

Oh, and found this too...
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You can disable the quick shifter in the TFT menu.
I have a day one 765 that's never been updated. Where in the menus? There's not a lot of options really, surprised that I overlooked it if it's there.
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I have a day one 765 that's never been updated. Where in the menus? There's not a lot of options really, surprised that I overlooked it if it's there.
I went and looked on my '18 RS and could not find anywhere to disable the QS. I also looked in the manual and could not find anything there either. I would be interested in learning where it is.
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What change was made in the gearing from the 675 to the 765 and then from the 765 RS 17-19 to the 2020 RS?

Personally, with my 765R at least, I would prefer lower 1,2 and 3rd gears, lower 4th but not as much. Perhaps the same 5th and either the same or an ever so slightly taller 6th. More lower gear acceleration but slightly taller 6th gear.

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The answer to the first part of your question can be found here:

https://www.gearingcommander.com/

Don't know about the second part.
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Actually as an aside, motorcycles could really do with either a 7th gear or a dual-range High / Low transmission. 7th gear is useful for all bikes once on the highway cruising, and in particular, for sport bikes which may be geared a bit lower for acceleration. Lower revs, lower vibration, lower MPG. A High - Low dual range transmission would be useful for any bike, but, for example, a sport bike could use a lower range for the track or when sport riding, wanting more acceleration, and a higher range for the road for highway work. For adventure bikes the same would apply for off road (Low) and road (high). In reality I think a 7 speed transmission would do the trick. It's bigger, bulkier, heavier, but if it could be done I bet it would be great.
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If you bought a 600cc race replica bike mainly to commute 50 miles one way on the interstate, you may have bought the wrong bike.
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