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I'm setting up an ECU based quickshifter for my friend's K6 600 and I would like to know what are the minimum safe kill times people use. I can set the kill times based on gear and rpm, see the attached photo.



Bike has oem shift star and we're going to use a Cordona strain gauge sensor. It would be nice to get a baseline setup to start with before the first track day. Thanks!
 

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Generally a 60ms kill time is what a lot of them are set to by default.

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80 > 70 > 60 > 55 > 50 I think is what what Bazzaz sets theirs by default by gear. I shorten mine slightly because I run a race cut shift star that makes efts a little quicker so kill times can be shortened.

 

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^Thanks!

I think we'll try something like this:
1st 80ms 1000-18000rpm
2nd 70ms 1000-7000, 65ms 8000-18000
3rd 65ms 1000-7000, 60ms 8000-10000, 55ms 11000-18000
4th 65ms 1000-7000, 60ms 8000-10000, 55ms 8000-18000
5th 60ms 1000-7000, 55ms 8000-18000
 

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If I remember correctly, those high kill times will cause an FI light. I think I had mine set 60-55-50-50-50 and it worked well.
 

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^Yeah, I've read about that happening with Bazzaz or any other "dummy" QS. But with ECU operated QS it shouldn't be a problem and I can also disable coil FI codes if necessary.
 

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I had the Bazzaz...
 

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I just double-checked my Bazzaz QS "map" file that I have on the 600, it looks like.....

65 --> 55 --> 50 --> 45 --> 40

I have something similar on the 1000, but that one uses the old BPD QS4. Both have the same shift star, no FI lights.
 

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^Yeah, I've read about that happening with Bazzaz or any other "dummy" QS. But with ECU operated QS it shouldn't be a problem and I can also disable coil FI codes if necessary.
I have recently fitted a quick shifter to my K7 600, and I am having the fault code issue, you said you can disable the coil fault code? How can you do that?
 
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