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Old 10-06-2012, 04:43 AM   #1
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Cordona PQ8 & Motion Pro Revolver

Just received some new parts for my bike.
Too bad, that riding season is already over for me.

Cordona PQ8 strain gauge quickshifter, this shouldn't trigger FI-codes on these older bikes.



Motion Pro Revolver, this is from K6 750, but it fits. I just have to route the cables to cope with extra length. To make it fit to the handlebar, I'm going to cut the original throttle housing.


Here is the difference between 2" longer than stock K1 cables vs. Motion cabels.
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Old 10-07-2012, 12:05 AM   #2
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Re: Cordona PQ8 & Motion Pro Revolver

wow! this is what I really want to know about. I really wanted to put motion pro revolver throttle kit to my bike. but couldn't get the fitting info for my bike. my bike is 00 r750(GSX-R750 Y).

and I have currently have very little issue. since I put Brembo 19rcs master cylinder, so relocate OEM throttle housing further out on the clip on bar. Therefore there isn't clearance issue. but However throttle cable is bit short and little tight on full right turn on handle bar. So I wished I can elongate the cable for only single inch. then I can have enough slack for everything.

I really glad that now I can confirm that motion pro's cable is longer than OEM. So It will work for me.

however still have to cope with kill and start switch. please post your work with pictures!
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Old 10-07-2012, 12:14 AM   #3
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Re: Cordona PQ8 & Motion Pro Revolver

I have adjustable clip ons, but cables might be a bit too long. I'll try find out today how it works. I had a shoulder surgery a few weeks ago so it's not that easy to work on the bike.

edit. I'm going to shorten the cables.

Clip ons on street settings and full right turn.

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Old 10-25-2012, 06:58 AM   #4
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Re: Cordona PQ8 & Motion Pro Revolver

I did a quick test on stands and no more fault codes and it shifts smoother than with Anni.
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:23 AM   #5
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My Annitori never gave me any trouble other than the codes. Glad to see this is going to work for you.
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Old 10-25-2012, 03:01 PM   #6
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Re: Cordona PQ8 & Motion Pro Revolver

you can just get motion pro switch housing instead of cutting stock right switch. or, maybe switches from other bikes could fit. my feeling zx6r right switch could fit.
i'm not sure how long does it take to get to italy or southern france from finland, but you can just trailer your bike there for the trackdays, I guess. Or you can go to germany if their riding season is still on.
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Old 10-25-2012, 03:02 PM   #7
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Old 10-25-2012, 03:21 PM   #8
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you can just get motion pro switch housing instead of cutting stock right switch. or, maybe switches from other bikes could fit. my feeling zx6r right switch could fit.
i'm not sure how long does it take to get to italy or southern france from finland, but you can just trailer your bike there for the trackdays, I guess. Or you can go to germany if their riding season is still on.
None of the other switches has a light switch, so it was easier to cut the oem. It's a street/track bike.



I can't ride, because I had a shoulder surgery. Also, it would cost me around 2000 euros to go there and that's a little bit too much for me.
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Old 10-25-2012, 04:02 PM   #9
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nice job on the cutting. looks nice
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Old 10-25-2012, 07:47 PM   #10
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I can't ride, because I had a shoulder surgery. Also, it would cost me around 2000 euros to go there and that's a little bit too much for me.
really? it thought euro zx6r switch has a light switch as well. 2000 is a bit much, though.
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How did you shorten the cables? Just cutting and weld it With tiny metal thingy in the end?

I also thought about motion pro kill switch housing too. But as you said it doesn't have light switch. Cutting it that way is not bad, but clip-on looks a little busy. Wish that there something small right handle switch has kill, start and light switches all.
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Old 10-26-2012, 12:46 AM   #12
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really? it thought euro zx6r switch has a light switch as well. 2000 is a bit much, though.
You're right, ZX6R switch has a light switch, but this way I saved a few euros. I have put too much money on this bike and I'm not going to sell it.

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How did you shorten the cables? Just cutting and weld it With tiny metal thingy in the end?

I also thought about motion pro kill switch housing too. But as you said it doesn't have light switch. Cutting it that way is not bad, but clip-on looks a little busy. Wish that there something small right handle switch has kill, start and light switches all.
It was pretty easy to shorten the cables. First I pulled the adjusters off and then just followed these instructions. I cut 85mm and I used solderless nipples.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axGT...hannel&list=UL
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:56 PM   #13
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thanks! that's good to know!


indeed zx6r switch has light switch and looks narrow.
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:09 PM   #14
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Re: Cordona PQ8 & Motion Pro Revolver

oh wait, as you said, your motion pro revolver kit form k6 750. motion pro also sells this revolver kit for k3 750 according to their web site. strangely they don't have it for 00 to 02 750. they are same except the fast idle lever and fast idle cable. don't know why.

well, since I need 1 inch longer cable for slack, So Now I think revolver kit for k6 will be just fine for me and without cutting it.
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:57 PM   #15
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oh wait, as you said, your motion pro revolver kit form k6 750. motion pro also sells this revolver kit for k3 750 according to their web site. strangely they don't have it for 00 to 02 750. they are same except the fast idle lever and fast idle cable. don't know why.

well, since I need 1 inch longer cable for slack, So Now I think revolver kit for k6 will be just fine for me and without cutting it.
It's the same thing for 00-03 750. I believe you'll have to shorten the cables. K6 cables are just too long. I bought K6 kit, because there are no second hand kits for our generation.
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I also thought about motion pro kill switch housing too. But as you said it doesn't have light switch. Cutting it that way is not bad, but clip-on looks a little busy. Wish that there something small right handle switch has kill, start and light switches all.
what do you need these motion pro throttle and light switch housings for? the only reason to go for the motion pro kit is if you want to be able to go from 1/4 to 1/6 turn throttle (not sure about the numbers, but the point is that you can adjust the throttle rotation required to go WOT), might be useful at the track. otherwise I'd just keep the stock housing. or, if you still want to have separate switch and throttle housings, then get a zx6r stuff again, lol:

also, question to JK750 - was it possible to reuse stock throttle cables with motion pro throttle housing?
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Old 10-27-2012, 06:14 PM   #17
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None of the other switches has a light switch, so it was easier to cut the oem. It's a street/track bike.



I think the brake should be on the outside next to the throttle.
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Good idea to cut the stock throttle housing!!
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Old 10-28-2012, 12:06 AM   #18
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also, question to JK750 - was it possible to reuse stock throttle cables with motion pro throttle housing?
I don't think so, they are completely different.

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I think the brake should be on the outside next to the throttle.
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Good idea to cut the stock throttle housing!!
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It's more like a stock setting now, when the brake is far left. Also, more leverage.


I had a modified R6 tube (46mm) and it was still a little bit too slow. It was also pretty stiff, it's just too big for the stock housing. Revolver with 50mm reel is slightly faster and easier to turn.

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It's more like a stock setting now, when the brake is far left. Also, more leverage.

Revolver with 50mm reel is slightly faster and easier to turn.
Whatever works for you.
I found the brake was too far left when I had it installed as you do. Maybe my ASV lever is short.

I hope you're happy with the 50mm. I don't think they offer a bigger reel.


I didn't see the guy in the YT vid don any safety glasses when he cut that cable. Good instructions, nonetheless.
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Old 10-28-2012, 11:16 AM   #20
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I didn't see the guy in the YT vid don any safety glasses when he cut that cable. Good instructions, nonetheless.
Watch it again. What is your brake reservoir kit? Ladybird + 15ml res straight or angled?

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