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There are plenty of posts about quickshifters on tlr and tls, but most are a few years old now and tech may have moved on a bit. I recently fitted a dyno-jet up only quickshifter on my 99 tlr and its fantastic. I went with dyno-jet because I was always going to fit a PC5 ( for mapping, I dont want to re-flash the ecu) and this has the facility for a quickshifter. You will need a modified shift rod and then time on a dyno to set it up/ enable it, but if you get the model specific pc5 and quickshifter, its plug and play. Easy to fit and easy to disconnect ( although you won't 馃槈). Let us know how you get on 馃憤
 

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There are plenty of posts about quickshifters on tlr and tls, but most are a few years old now and tech may have moved on a bit. I recently fitted a dyno-jet up only quickshifter on my 99 tlr and its fantastic. I went with dyno-jet because I was always going to fit a PC5 ( for mapping, I dont want to re-flash the ecu) and this has the facility for a quickshifter. You will need a modified shift rod and then time on a dyno to set it up/ enable it, but if you get the model specific pc5 and quickshifter, its plug and play. Easy to fit and easy to disconnect ( although you won't 馃槈). Let us know how you get on 馃憤
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I think the 4-130 sensor would work with the correct PC5, but its best to check with Dynojet. I'm sure the prices over there are just as painful as here. Then add a shift rod and time on a dyno to set up/ enable.
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