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post #1 of 9 Old 09-25-18, 15:33 Thread Starter
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09 Quickshifter

Hi folks,

I have acquired a 2009 Daytona that does not have the OEM Triumph quick shifter installed.

Do all 2009 Daytonas have wiring for the OEM quick shifter?

Thanks for your help,
Oscar
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Yes, all 2009 Daytonas should be plug and play for an OEM QS.
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Depends on your VIN. Triumph don't work in year models.
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Yes, all 2009 Daytonas should be plug and play for an OEM QS.


I donít think thatís true, I have an 09 and havenít seen any extra wiring around for a qs


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Is there a specific reason you want to use the OEM one?

Bazzaz makes a standalone QS that is super easy to install. Or you can get their ZFI-TC unit and get fueling + traction control along with QS.

I've had bazzaz on a few different bikes and they work well. They also allow you to adjust the settings which is nice.

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Depends on your VIN. Triumph don't work in year models.
I think this guy's on the money. I once had a car with a born on date (9/2001) three months before its model year changes (2002), but in that case it was congruent with its stated model year (2002).
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Hi folks,



I have acquired a 2009 Daytona that does not have the OEM Triumph quick shifter installed.



Do all 2009 Daytonas have wiring for the OEM quick shifter?



Thanks for your help,

Oscar


But if Iím not mistaken isnít the qs plug attached on the air box




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Thanks for the help

was able to find the connector. Good to go.

Went with Triumph part as I got it at a good price.

Best Regards,
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Good to hear. The factory QS is a nice unit.
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