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Old 05-07-2009, 08:18 AM   #1
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DynoJet QuickShifter Software

Does anyone have the Dynojet Quick Shifter software that activates your Quick Shifter through your Power Commander III USB??????

The quickshifter came off of an 03 GSXR750 and I am putting it on my 00 GSXR750.

Sensor "Push" Type Shift Rod (Pressure) Sensor - Part# 4-102
Shift Rod B Part # 32104050

I don't think I can use the quickshifter until I activate it on the PCIII using the software.
I can mail you the software back too after I am done if you would like.
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Old 05-07-2009, 08:47 AM   #2
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

check the dynojet website. i downloaded the pc3 program from the site for free after i had ordered the cd. now i have no use for the cd after i bought it. but check their site to see if the software is on there for downloading.
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Old 05-07-2009, 09:17 AM   #3
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check the dynojet website. i downloaded the pc3 program from the site for free after i had ordered the cd. now i have no use for the cd after i bought it. but check their site to see if the software is on there for downloading.
I don't see any Quickshifter Software downloads on their site
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:57 AM   #4
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

Good News.
I called DynoJet research and they will email me the activation software for the Quickshifter.
Only catch is I first have to email them a picture of my quickshifter.....I guess people try to activate other quickshifters with their software.
So tonight I will take picture and tommorrow I will have software
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Old 05-07-2009, 11:53 AM   #5
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

Nice!...your gonna luv the quickshifter. I have it on my bike as well. Very reliable and shifting is awesome. Just make sure u calibrate each gear to your preference, makes a big difference.
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Old 05-07-2009, 12:50 PM   #6
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Nice!...your gonna luv the quickshifter. I have it on my bike as well. Very reliable and shifting is awesome. Just make sure u calibrate each gear to your preference, makes a big difference.
How do you have yours calibrated?
I was thinking of only letting it activate @ maybe 10-12K rpm in each gear.... idk
I'm not trying to ruin my gears, that's for sure.
Can you still use the clutch and shift if you want to?
I'm new to these, actually got this thrown in on a deal I just made for some parts...
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Old 05-07-2009, 01:22 PM   #7
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

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Good News.
I called DynoJet research and they will email me the activation software for the Quickshifter.
Only catch is I first have to email them a picture of my quickshifter.....I guess people try to activate other quickshifters with their software.
So tonight I will take picture and tommorrow I will have software
And then e-mail me the software.
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Old 05-07-2009, 05:40 PM   #8
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

The software should come with instructions of how to set activation for every gear. Fairly easily to follow and do. Just take your time. Street riding activation rpm maybe 5k or so. I have mines set at 7k. For the track u might want it higher, but i'm still tweaking it.

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Old 05-07-2009, 09:03 PM   #9
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The software should come with instructions of how to set activation for every gear. Fairly easily to follow and do. Just take your time. Street riding activation rpm maybe 5k or so. I have mines set at 7k. For the track u might want it higher, but i'm still teaking it.
cool, so again do I HAVE to use it after activated or can I still use clutch if so desired?

Hopefully the download they send me will help me out.

The biggest pain in the ass was ripping the whole damn PC3 out so I can take it into work tommorrow and plug it in usb and add this quickshifter download.
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:51 PM   #10
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cool, so again do I HAVE to use it after activated or can I still use clutch if so desired?

Hopefully the download they send me will help me out.

The biggest pain in the ass was ripping the whole damn PC3 out so I can take it into work tommorrow and plug it in usb and add this quickshifter download.

Yes, u can still use the clutch. The sensor on the shift rod, just tells the ignition when to cut out so u can shift into gears. The quickshift is all occuring instantaneously, no clutch, no rolling off throttle just shift and go. U can cut the time it takes to do the quickshift in each gear.
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Old 05-08-2009, 11:48 AM   #11
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

Downloaded the software and activated shift kill.

Current settings default are:

Minimum RPM = 4000
Kill Time = (1-255 milliseconds) 65

Is this what I am looking for when street riding or does anyone have a setting that will work great for the street because I need to get this finished up and this PC3 back on the bike pronto!

Let me know!!!

MY HOPE is that this means at 4000rpm and up I can quickshift and be safe.

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Old 05-09-2009, 08:24 PM   #12
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

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Downloaded the software and activated shift kill.

Current settings default are:

Minimum RPM = 4000
Kill Time = (1-255 milliseconds) 65

Is this what I am looking for when street riding or does anyone have a setting that will work great for the street because I need to get this finished up and this PC3 back on the bike pronto!

Let me know!!!

MY HOPE is that this means at 4000rpm and up I can quickshift and be safe.

You can actually shift whenever u want to, u don't have to shift at 4k or the activation rpm. I'm still trying to determine what the activation rpm has to do with how it works. I've had mines for about a month and i just shift whenever i want to. I don't necessarily wait till my activation rpm to shift. The quick shifter will still shift.
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Old 05-19-2009, 08:42 AM   #13
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

Quickshifter is all setup and I took her out yesterday for a test run.
I know it activates at 4K and I always shift way above that, but I still feel weird about not using the clutch!!
It shifts smooth and seamless without the clutch, a tad stiff 1st to 2nd, other than that it's smooth.
I just feel like I am going to trash my gears not using the clutch, it just doesn't feel natural....
guess i will get used to it, and + it's optional I can still clutch...

Have to admit though, shifting while the thottle is opened up is pretty badass
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Old 05-19-2009, 07:17 PM   #14
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

U should try the reverse shift setup and let me know how it goes!?
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Old 05-19-2009, 09:54 PM   #15
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

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Quickshifter is all setup and I took her out yesterday for a test run.
I know it activates at 4K and I always shift way above that, but I still feel weird about not using the clutch!!
It shifts smooth and seamless without the clutch, a tad stiff 1st to 2nd, other than that it's smooth.
I just feel like I am going to trash my gears not using the clutch, it just doesn't feel natural....
guess i will get used to it, and + it's optional I can still clutch...

Have to admit though, shifting while the thottle is opened up is pretty badass
a friend of mine has it setup on his ZX-14...he loves it too. He had his brother-in-law set it up to where he can turn it on and off with a flick of a switch, and the horn goes back to being a horn.
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Old 05-16-2010, 01:57 AM   #16
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

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The software should come with instructions of how to set activation for every gear. Fairly easily to follow and do. Just take your time. Street riding activation rpm maybe 5k or so. I have mines set at 7k. For the track u might want it higher, but i'm still tweaking it.
Do you use Dynojet quickshifter? I can't set the adjustments for every gear separately, just one for all the gears.
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Old 05-16-2010, 02:22 AM   #17
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

Don't you need the ignition module to make the quickshifter work? I don't imagine that there are really any "street" settings since its more or less a race application. How often do you need to do full throttle clutchless upshifts riding on public streets?


EDIT: n/m I just read on the website, that year doesn't need it. Only certain model years apparently need you to run both the PC and the Ignition module for the QS to work. That's the 1 thing I never liked about Powercommander compared to the Bazzaz, you need to have like 3 different boxes on your bike (annd still no TC )
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Old 05-16-2010, 10:58 AM   #18
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

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Do you use Dynojet quickshifter? I can't set the adjustments for every gear separately, just one for all the gears.
I have the standalone quickshifter so I have to adjust each gear off the control unit by just watching the led lights flicker. I am able to adjust kill time for each gear, not sure how to do it on the pc3 usb.
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Re: DynoJet QuickShifter Software

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Good News.
I called DynoJet research and they will email me the activation software for the Quickshifter.
Only catch is I first have to email them a picture of my quickshifter.....I guess people try to activate other quickshifters with their software.
So tonight I will take picture and tommorrow I will have software
Hello, could you share the quick shift software? Thanks, I'll appreciate it. David.
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Old 10-29-2010, 02:16 AM   #20
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Hello, could you share the quick shift software? Thanks, I'll appreciate it. David.
Try this http://www.powercommander.com/downlo...KillEnable.zip
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