I've been creeping on these forums for years but never posted anything because for the most part I was able to find what I was looking for, whether it was a how-to or a product review. This year I decided that I wanted to update my late model GSXRs (2001 GSXR 600 track bike, and 2001 GSXR 750 street bike) and a standalone quickshifter unit caught my eye. I discovered the HM Super Lite, and the Healtech QSE (Quick Shifter Easy). After some research I decided I to get the Healtech QSE because of its superior tune-ability, it's new sensor design that can be mounted a number of different ways, all without changing out the shift rod, and because the harness for the 01 GSXRs is the same as the 2014+ GSXRs so if I ever upgrade bikes I can take the quickshifter with me. Another big plus to the Healtech, is that they addressed the issue that some GSXRs have with quickshifters, tripping the FI light. They incorporated a second module build into the main wiring harness that tricks the ECU into thinking that the ignition remains constant even when the quickshifter kills the ignition, so no annoying FI light. I was a bit hesitant because the Healtech QSE is a brand new product, and I know that brand new products often have bugs, and can be a bit unfinished. I emailed the distributor of Healtech products here in the U.S., Blue Monkey Motorsports about purchasing one. I guess Healtech was having issues with patents or something on their senor so I had to wait a month for the unit to come onto the market. I received the unit, followed the very easy insulation instructions that came with it (if you can change your spark plugs you can instal this) and went for a test ride. This was my first time ever using a quickshifter, and wow was it nice. I'm not gonna lie I did have a number of issues, but they were all resolved promptly via Todd, who is the president of Blue Monkey Motorsports. Todd even put me in contact with an engineer from Healtech to troubleshoot and resolve my issues. The unit is now working flawlessly, and even with the headache of working out the bugs, I'm very happy with my purchase, and especially happy with the support from Todd and Healtech. I ordered a second harness and sensor for my street bike. Since my track and street bikes are never used at the same time, I just swap the module between the bikes, upload the file I have saved for each specific bike and I'm good to go. I'm an iPhone guy, unfortunately the application to tune the unit is an android only app. When I first got the unit, I would have a buddy with an android phone come over and we'd mess with it. It got annoying bugging him whenever I wanted to do something, so I got a $20 straight talk Android phone from Walmart, and it works wonderfully.
Heres a link to the Healtech site:
Blue Monkey Motorsports:
Sorry for the lack of pictures,
Hope this is sufficient as a first post,
Here is a lap around the Southeast circuit at the Pocono Raceway. You can hear, especially on the Nascar spec straight how smooth and instant the gear change is. (the choppiness coming out of a couple of the turns is unrelated to the quickshifter. I think it's rear wheel hop because I was running 4 year old Q2s. We'll see, I'm in the process of putting some Q3s on)