So I got myself a nice gift - translogic quick shifter 2 :devious
I was kind of hoping that the bike was modern enough for the process to be just plug & play but noo waay.
Here are the TL plugs ...:
... that I need to bridge with these:
Problem is I'd rather not tear any of the...
As per my other thread, I lost the rod that connects the 2 yoke/ball joint things for the gear foot pedal and the short arm on the splined shaft.
As I don't have one, can someone please measure it for me.
I would love to get
Length of thread at each end
Pitch of thread (so I...
i'm after a quick shifter for my KTM 950 SER these are carbed not FI so im not sure dynojet & translogic will work.
(use to run a translogic on my SP1/RC51 & loved it)
A: dynojet handlebar mount switch (i prefer this setup)? :O...
do we know of any other bikes that the shifter and linkage will work on the TLR? mine is broke and it seems to be a pain in the ass to find a decent shifter with linkage without buying a complete rear set. dont have that kinda money right now. let me know.
i have a PCIII and i want to get the electric shifter for my R....i emailed Dynojet and never get any response on what i need to order...good way to sell your product....anyway i want to know if anyone has hooked one up to a R and what parts i would need. there is a push style or pull...
I have just purchased a 2002 TL1000R and have trouble shifting as my boot is too large to fit between the peg and the shifter lever. Do I need to buy rear sets to adjust this problem or is there a more efficient way to cure? Your input is appreciated.
I'm almost finish my RACE TLS. It's configurated to race a resistance championship here in spain. It's going to be 5 races of 90 minutes so I'm thinking the option to fit a quick shifter....
I check the dynojet web site and looks like there is not model for the TLS. Also I read some models use...
:)hey guys i was thinkin bout puttin an air shifter on my tl heard these things at world supers a few years ago they sound awsome just dont know if it would be practical for the street or only for race applications and what sort of cost and if a backyard mechanic like me could fit it any help...