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You can use Cordona or any other sensor with a PC. Dynojet sensors are rubbish.

I believe you only have PCV? In this case you would also have to buy a secondary fuel module or QEM. No matter what sensor you use.

You could also get the ECU flashed to activate QS function.
 

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Yes, I have an older PC3 with a dynojet quickshifter. My only complaint is their shift rod. It's aluminum and breaks pretty easy. I keep a spare. But, I think it's designed to be the weak link so it fails before the sensor is damaged. Other than that, it works good for me.

Looking a the k6-k7 modules, there's a secondary fuel module, quickshift expansion module, and the sensor itself. I think their links are busted because the install instructions for the QEM are the same for the sensor, which obviously isn't correct. You'd probably need to call DynoJet and ask what you actually need.
 
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