Dynojet Quickshifter Sensor for Powercommander V or Blipper Push- and Pull-Sensor


Dynojet Quickshifter Sensor for Powercommander V or Blipper Push- and Pull-Sensor


can be shipped within 4-5 days

Old price 259.00 €
239.00
Price incl. VAT, plus delivery


Dynojet Quickshifter Sensor for Powercommander V Push-and Pull-Sensor, shifting upwithout using the clutch

To change from a push to a pull sensor or back you just have to change the  connectors  - which takes only seconds!
Now you can convert anytime the shift pattern and don´t need a new sensor!

This Quickshifter allows full throttle during shifting up without enabling of clutch. This is done by momentarily cutting the fuel and/or ignition, which unloads the transmission. Just connect it to the Power Commander and enable it in the Software - done!

In that way the switching operation can be conducted faster and more confident. Using a Quickshifter is a smart way to get faster on the track and to focuse on finding seconds. Shifting in lean? No Problem. A Quickshifter makes shifting really comfortable and gives you a feeling like a semi-automatic. That`s why also road-riders should enjoy it too.

This is a Push-Sensor. When shifting in the next higher gear the shift rod has to get pushed. The sensor will interrupt the transmission of power through the Powercommander. Please look carefully at your footrest to find the right sensor-type (Push or Pull). If you are not sure, we will help you - just send us a photo and datas of your footrest. If needed you can find the right shorter shift-rod also here in our shop.

  • This quickshift sensor fits direclty into the Powercommander V
  • In the Powercommander-Software you are able to adjust the kill-time, optional also for every single gear independant
  • Diameter approx. 20 mm

Also useable for Blipper-Systems!

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