Join Date: May 2010
Location: Mountain View, CA
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yeah, I saw that section, but I'm guessing that most of the quick shifters out there are not normally closed switches that open when activated. It would be much more likely that those are normally open and close when activated, but realistically, i'm guessing those are somewhat analog and they either activate a resistance or voltage.
If they are just normally open and we need them to be normally closed, that could pretty easily be solved with a relay, but if it's an analog signal of some kind, it would be much more difficult to do. If anybody has any ideas, im listening.
But even for the cost of the new triumph quickshifter, i would just buy a bazzaz kit rather than try to get this to work, if we could get something cheap like the power commander quick shifter, it might be worth the effort.