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post #1 of 7 Old 05-10-2015, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone on here recommend a good stand alone quickshifter?
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I have got Healtech QS-1
Great Quick Shifter fully costumized even gear down
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I have healtech qse for gen4.
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Got an HM quickshifter plus....zx10 model - works perfectly...pretty easy to fit also....youll need an aftermarket push rod though but pretty easy to source....twice as light as the qs on the s1000r ( i test rode one and it was quite stiff) mine is half as light again but ever so slightly heavier than a normal gear change but im still messing with the settings....
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Best healtech quickshifter setup?

Hello, I am new to the forum so thanks for having me. My name is Erick and back a couple years ago I bought a 2013 z1000 demo bike out of a shop where I live. It was a couple years old but had stayed inside a showroom, only had 84 miles on it, and the owner of the place liked z1000s so he already put aftermarket pipes on it and I think probably is who put the 84 miles on it. But it still is in New condition.
Anyway, I put a healtech quickshifter on it but haven't been able to ride it enough to get it dialed in. Can anyone help give me a good setup for it? Cut off times for advanced settings and such?Thank you
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