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    Posted: 02 Jul 2018 at 18:49
Lads,
     is there an option to fit a quick shifter to a Gen 2.
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many makes on the market, healtech , bazazz and dynojet to name a few
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Colin,
         does it require a control unit or do the plug into the standard 2008 Factory ECU/Loom
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dynojet requires power commander 5 or 3, bazazz i think requires control unit , healtech is stand alone i believe. i have a power commander 5 running mine
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Colin,
      did the power commander come with a map on for your bike or did you have to download it yourself...or did you go the whole hog and get it set up at a dyno jet rolling road centre
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i run a zero map downloaded of dynojet site at the minute so it isnt affecting the fuelling just runs the shifter
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So zero is the setting if you decide to go with the PC5
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no you can have it mapped aswell but i havent bothered yet
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I run a translogic stand alone on mine, have to say it's simply amazing, didn't have to set it up at all, doesn't need a pc unit and have perfect up shifts for 1,5 seasons racing
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Mix,
       is the translogic quick shift on the way up the box, or can you get both up and down.
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ive got the healtech stand alone on mine, 45 minutes fitting time, easy to set up using the app and it works like a dream. 
You can use it with standard shift or GP shift. Ideally could do with a Dyno run for a perfect setup but I've pretty much nailed mine  by just playing on the road. 
The other positive is, you can fit it without rear sets if you just have the standard gear linkage. 
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