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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Was the gear indicator flashing as you rode?
    If so, and if its like the Gen3, you need 10 seconds in each gear clutching shifts until the gear stops flashing.

    Flashing gear -> 10 secs in that gear -> Stops flashing. Clutch to next gear. Repeat

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Was the gear indicator flashing as you rode?
    If so, and if its like the Gen3, you need 10 seconds in each gear clutching shifts until the gear stops flashing.

    Flashing gear -> 10 secs in that gear -> Stops flashing. Clutch to next gear. Repeat

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    Dont think that happens on the 4

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Sorry if that offends anyone, but I do not understand people who buys HM shifters.

    There is Lohmann, it works excellent out of the box, it doesn't have stupid display, it doesn't have stupid solenoids that fail, it just WORKS.

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Quote Originally Posted by bmwbadboy View Post
    Sorry if that offends anyone, but I do not understand people who buys HM shifters.

    There is Lohmann, it works excellent out of the box, it doesn't have stupid display, it doesn't have stupid solenoids that fail, it just WORKS.
    I'd love to know why the WSBK/EWC guys are using the HM and not the Lohmann anymore.

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    I'd love to know why the WSBK/EWC guys are using the HM and not the Lohmann anymore.
    #metoo.

    At same time Mikhalchik uses Lohmann in IDM

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Well I've still not managed to get it working. It will not enter set up mode know matter what I try. It also appears that untill that happend its not on and working.
    There is a footnote in the instructions that says it will have to learn the gear ratios via the ecu. So not as plug and play as it states as it says to get a dealer to assist you.
    Im not prepared to take it somewhere and get it sorted if its faulty.
    Ive asked for my money back awaiting responce.

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    Have you cleared the quickshifter adaptations using a GS911 and followed the recalibration process (10 seconds+ in each gear up and down on your pit stand)? I assume that's what HM are expecting the dealer to do in their footnote but you can easily do it yourself. I wouldn't expect a new sensor to work if you don't go through this process.

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    Re: Alternative Quick shifter

    No I haven’t got a gs911.
    I give that a go this evening.
    I also get a couple of codes that aren't listed in the instructions when trying to get into set up mode.

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