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Quick shifter on RC51

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Anyone uses or tried to fit a quick shifter on a RC51 ?? I have a Vtr SP 2003 and was wondering if it is possible to fit it with Sato's rear sets!

What do you think of reverse shifting on this bike on track, is it helpfull??

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You replace the shift rod to use a quick shifter sensor.
Check here for more info.

http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...11&PartNum=114

http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...k_shifter.aspx

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Flatshifter.com do a quickshifter with full throttle clutchless upshifts and clutchless downshifts (autoblip system) and a cdi version.
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Flatshifter.com do a quickshifter with full throttle clutchless upshifts and clutchless downshifts (autoblip system) and a cdi version.
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this seems like a hell of a system, i almost want to try it lol

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for now, i just changed the clutch lever for the lever of the VFR800 to upshifting and i am enjoying the most... On track gave me very comfortable shifting! Dont need quickshifter yet...

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for now, i just changed the clutch lever for the lever of the VFR800 to upshifting and i am enjoying the most... On track gave me very comfortable shifting! Dont need quickshifter yet...
so your shift patter is the same, u just switched levers?

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yup thats right! 1st up 2 3 4 5 6 down

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I had it on my R6 and it was awesome! I have yet to do it to the RC but it is GP shift.
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I use a HM Quickshifter on my RC51 superbike, and a GP shift pattern. Works great! GP shifting takes a bit to get used to (esp. if you have other bikes with regular shift pattern) but on the track GP shifting is much preferred.
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I use a HM Quickshifter on my RC51 superbike, and a GP shift pattern. Works great! GP shifting takes a bit to get used to (esp. if you have other bikes with regular shift pattern) but on the track GP shifting is much preferred.
Where did you bought your HM quick shifter? Here in Portugal is very dificult to get race parts for RC51 or VTR sp2, it is an unusual bike here...
do you have photo?

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