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Does the PCV require any connections to retain the use of the stock quickshifter or does that work independently? Last time I installed a PCV it was on a Ninja 400 track bike and I also installed a Dynojet QS.

I will try the M4 with stock map once it arrives but if I have to go the PCV route I just want to make sure it won’t mess with the stock QS as it shifts so sweetly.


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There are no additional connections required for the stock QS. The stock QS works exactly like it did prior to fitting the PCV.
 

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There are no additional connections required for the stock QS. The stock QS works exactly like it did prior to fitting the PCV.
Excellent, will likely give this a try. I do see the Dynojet module isn't for sale to California direct from them, so I'll need to find some other way to source one.

I did install the 15t countershaft and it really woke the bike up, totally different personality now (in a good way)!

I also installed the Woodcraft rearsets and while they fit nicely I can't any way to make the stock exhaust mount to the exhaust bracket as it's much further back now. Well I think at least, as they failed to send me the bracket I'm still waiting on installing the right side rearset, but from eye balling it I don't think there's any way to mount the stock or any other slip on with a fixed mounting point. Will have to play around with it once the exhaust and missing bracket arrive.
 

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Excellent, will likely give this a try. I do see the Dynojet module isn't for sale to California direct from them, so I'll need to find some other way to source one.
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