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post #31 of 40 (permalink) Old 12-04-2019, 12:46 PM
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Quick shifter up and down is meant to be use as a track application, you should be really open going up the gears and throttle should be closed going down.
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I was emailing a Cordona quickshifters rep and he mentioned the new 2020 V2 up/down quickshifter might be applicable for the old 959. That would be a convenient, OEM, and possibly more economical way of getting both up/down quickshifts. I question if the new quickshifter would play nice with the old electronics. I'll try to research this possibility.
Auto blip down shift is only going to be possible if our ecu will recognize and accept the signal from the shift sensor and blip the throttle bodies. If not an external computer like the blipbox will have to be used. We just need to wire the third wire of the sensor into sensor ground. For some reason our two wire shift sensor does not wire directly to sensor ground. For a clean install I found this. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Duc...53.m1438.l2649

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Auto blip down shift is only going to be possible if our ecu will recognize and accept the signal from the shift sensor and blip the throttle bodies. If not an external computer like the blipbox will have to be used.
I've heard similar answers from 2 other people. I'm also checking with the dealership but not expecting a different answer there.

I didn't want to wait so I pulled the trigger on a BSD blip-box. Looking forward to installing and testing it.

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I didn't want to wait so I pulled the trigger on a BSD blip-box. Looking forward to installing and testing it.
Nice!
I liked the blip-box on my 1199 and it worked well but I went the rapidbike shift assist this time and is also a good system. So much better than the oem 2V Duc systems, don't know anything about the V4.

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Nice!
I liked the blip-box on my 1199 and it worked well but I went the rapidbike shift assist this time and is also a good system.
I was debating between the RB module ($595) + shift assist ($450) and the BSD blip-box ($1000), went with the BSD because it seems more straightforward and there was sale.

Losing out on the RB adaptive fueling which sounds cool. There are rave reviews about it all over the forums.

What has your experience been between the two? pros and cons?

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Both good I have found.

899 - rapidbike evo/shift assist - M4 calipers/330 rotors - hel brake lines/abs deleted - oz racing - 1299 headers/termi ti cans - flat link/spring - dp rearsets - 1299 slipper/mag covers - 1299 stator/flywheel - ti bolts a plenty.
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Both good I have found.
Thanks. Sounds like both quickshifters work well.

Did you notice improvements on the bike from having the RB's auto adaptive fueling? I'm starting to second guess the value of BSD since roughly the same cost could provide me with additional benefits beyond the quickshifter.

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I have to agree but didn't want to say, what you should have done ............................

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I have to agree but didn't want to say, what you should have done ............................
Reversed my decision and waiting on my Rapid Bike EVO + Ducati shift assist module.

Looking forward to installing, but also a little nervous thinking about depending on aftermarket electronics for up/down clutchless shifting. I like the OEM up quickshifter but sometimes wonder what would happen if it stopped working as it should.

Anyone know what would happen if there's an error with the RB system? For example I try to shift without the clutch and it doesn't unload the transmission and/or auto-blip properly?

I'm assuming since there is load on the transmission, I won't actually be able to move to another gear?

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Don't over think it

It's good system ...............

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