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post #11 of 44 Old 11-06-12, 22:54
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Search for HM quickshifter or Annitori RL. Easier than trying to find something to work with your PC. HM is adjustable. Annotori RL has fixed settings. Give that a shot.
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Search for HM quickshifter or Annitori RL. Easier than trying to find something to work with your PC. HM is adjustable. Annotori RL has fixed settings. Give that a shot.
The Translogic I suggested doesn't need to work with a PC, it works independently. It's very well made product and comes with all the parts you need.

I initially bought an HM as they had great reviews. However after I fitted it the bike would not fire up. HM were very helpful and I sent it back to them. They did say it didn't work because my bike's loom was wired the wrong way round! Yes really. So they made me a new sub loom and sent it back to me. The bike still would not start. It would turn over, but not start. I lost patience with them at this point and sent it back for a refund.

It was after this I bought the Translogic, which worked perfectly.


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nice tennis shoes. must save weight for those 1/4 mile runs.
They're alpine star boots mate.

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The linear style qs from power commander will work and allow you to use your current shift rod as it doesn't mount on the actual shift rod.

http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...l.bok?no=21471

You can also us the standard in line quick shifter (pressure switch), but it will require you to do some measuring etc and ordering custom length shift rods.

http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...l.bok?no=21468

http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...l.bok?no=21366

Hope this helps.
Cheers mate, that's what I'm looking into. I'll check out the links.

Thanks to everyone else who posted constructive comments as well, It's nice to know that there's guys out there who actually are interested in 675's

For a moment there I thought all was going to get were smart arse comments

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If your looking at draggin I would suggest this thread. I am pretty sure the OP can most deff help you out with any questions you have!

http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...t=supercharged
haha that's wicked mate I'll have a squizz through the thread, thanks

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They're alpine star boots mate.
they are a* fastlane tennis shoes then. Not much better than tennis shoes. Maybe just a pinch.

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they are a* fastlane tennis shoes then. Not much better than tennis shoes. Maybe just a pinch.
This isn't High School old mate. If you've got nothing constructive to say **** off.

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Damn, lots of harsh gear policing going on! He's probably safer on a drag strip than on the street.

Anyway, good luck! Let us know how the project comes along and hopefully you shave some time off
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ITT: New member comes to forum and creates a thread showing his interest about D675 and his enjoyment about pushing the bike in a controlled environment (drag strip). Does this in perfectly fine gear for the street and it's permitted in the environment - asks forum members for helpful advice.

Some opinionated resident douche bags do anything but be constructive and piss off new forum member. New forum member thinks 675.net is full if jerks and never comes back again.

Deja Vu.




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