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    Posted: 09 Sep 2017 at 10:36
Good morning,

Over the winter I want to fit the above to the bike, rear sets will be the black AP ones.

Where is the best place to get the Pc v?
What's your thoughts on a healtech QS? One has come up for sale second hand, but only used for a month at half the price of new.

Can they be run with GP style change or is that down to the rearset?

With regards to the rear brake master, do you use the standard one or do I need to buy another one?

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Ask rado at healtech he'll tell you .

Not sure if you need push or pull unit for GP shift or the healtech unit goes both ways??

PCv seem cheaper in the states f you can get someone to pick you one up


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Cheers Redrat,

Watched a video and some reviews on them last night, they look like a good bit of kit.
They don't require a PC'v as they run their own module, you set this up using an app om your phone.
Quite difficult to set up by all accounts but lots of scope to play with them.

They're designed to work with bikes (like the ape) that has no gear shifting rod, it's a little sensor (a bit like a washer) that is tightened between the gear lever pinch bolt.

I still want rear sets to solve the pants back brake.

With regards to a PC'v do you gain any performance? I've had the TB done by the AP boys already.
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if you run a pcv purely to have a quickshifter you can have a zero map in it so basically what goes into the pcv is the same as what comes out ( i use this to run my push quickshifter ) then if you want the next step its on to a dyno to get it set up. the other option after that is to add an auto tune which by all accounts is an awesome bit of kit but a few quid !!
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Originally posted by Sam.moz86 Sam.moz86 wrote:

Cheers Redrat,

Watched a video and some reviews on them last night, they look like a good bit of kit.
They don't require a PC'v as they run their own module, you set this up using an app om your phone.
Quite difficult to set up by all accounts but lots of scope to play with them.

They're designed to work with bikes (like the ape) that has no gear shifting rod, it's a little sensor (a bit like a washer) that is tightened between the gear lever pinch bolt.

I still want rear sets to solve the pants back brake.

With regards to a PC'v do you gain any performance? I've had the TB done by the AP boys already.
apologies I was thinking about a different make ok few guys over on af1 have raved about these and how simple they are to set hp


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