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post #1 of 38 Old 05-13-15, 20:00 Thread Starter
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Cheap quick shifter

Anyone used one of these:

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post #2 of 38 Old 05-14-15, 00:19
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That's new, i'd wonder if it's as durable as the traditional designs.

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post #3 of 38 Old 05-14-15, 03:22
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I don't want to rain on your parade but with something like a quickshifter though is a pretty simple part you don't want to really go cheap on. If your motor is racing at 12,5 and you're about to shift you want shit to be precise or else that money you saved on a quickshifter will turn into some pricy clutch or engine work..
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Yeah I know, but I just bought one so I'll let you know when my engine blows up. It's does the exact same thing as the genuine one but the switch is on the inside of the thing on the gear link rod.
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Roxy makes a great point and I'm a firm believer of the old saying "You get what you pay for"
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Well, if you have already purchased it, let you know what you find out.

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Where is it sold at? only did a quick search, but couldn't find that company online.

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Roxy makes a great point and I'm a firm believer of the old saying "You get what you pay for"
Words to live by..
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Where is it sold at? only did a quick search, but couldn't find that company online.
http://www.shiftdynamics.com.au/
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This is pretty interesting. The only thing that makes me wary is how well the set screws will hold over time with all the vibration of a motorcycle. But, honestly, I'm always into looking at alternative methods of stuff on bikes because a lot of companies charge a freaking arm and a leg because people inevitable think that if it's more expensive, it works better. A ton of stuff on bikes are pretty simple designs. Now, I'm not saying that concept does or doesn't apply here, but I'd be interested to know a little bit more about the action of this design versus a regular quickshifter. It's intriguing to say the least.

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