Just curious. For the most part I don't think I really need one but they are intriguing.
I believe so, you can look and see if there is a connector going from the shift stalk to a wiring harness right near it. The FZ-10 is plug in and then as I understand it you hold the gear selector up, turn on the key and in 20 seconds or less it will flash on the panel.Dumb question but not ashamed to ask
If 'QS' is illuminated on the dash does that mean the QuickShifter is installed on the bike?
Thank you, Sir. I will try this out and see what happensI believe so, you can look and see if there is a connector going from the shift stalk to a wiring harness right near it. The FZ-10 is plug in and then as I understand it you hold the gear selector up, turn on the key and in 20 seconds or less it will flash on the panel.
But I haven't personally done it so I cannot say for certain.
2wheelpros.com has them for 156.00 free shipping, Yamaha OEM.Mine is on order. The dealer gave me a discount(probably could have still found it cheaper online) on accessories when purchased the bike, so I opted for the taller screen and the quick shifter. Looks like a very simple install. I will give an update on my thoughts after trying it out.
Oh look, yet another shitty fucking spam account. **** off you Indian scammer ****.So, I always ride with it and in fact I don't how it can be without it. But sometimes I also think that there is no the obligatory need for one. As I know you can buy such quick shifter because it costs about $200. Only I suggest to find a good mechanic or car electrician that will help you with installation. I don't advice to make a job that you cannot. You can look for a good professional at this company. https://bates-electric.com/locations/minneapolis-mn/