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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I installed my Dyno Jet shifter today on my 954RR.
Wow, this thing is cool and adjusting the shift settings is really easy. We tweaked it for about 5 mins and the results were awsome. I can't wait to get my bike back on the track with my new toy. The smoothness of upshifts and the ability to stay in the throttle makes this the best innovation I have seen in a long time.
On a side note the Power Commander helped tweak another 4rwhp and 3ftlbs.
Not huge gains but no power commander/no shifter!!!!!
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
I also put mine on today.

How many milliseconds did you set your kill time for?

I started with 100 ms, but I think I need to make it shorter.
 
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Re: (MacMan)

I was able to try one last year on friends superbike R1 and let me tell you WOW! Especially at Brainerd down that long straight the bike did not dive or anything just kept going. I have one in the budget for my R6.
 
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Re: (sean edgett)

I plan to get one. It looks like it will only work in the GP shift pattern for me. The position I have my Sato rearsets don't allow much room using street shift pattern.
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
I have Mikuni rear sets on my bike and they are pretty tall. It worked fine.
Buy their universal rod kit, or have one made.
 
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