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Old Mar 25th 2015, 11:55 AM   #91
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Old Mar 25th 2015, 12:53 PM   #92
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
And the answer is........ PROBABLY!

They haven't actually plugged one in to an SL yet but there shouldn't be anything on the SL that would prevent the Blip Box from working correctly. We have an SL here, I'll see if I can persuade the owner to let me plug one of the prototypes into his bike and give it a try next week.
Very cool. Thank you again for all your efforts!
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woooo im in as well... Just got the Akra full system off Jarel and now this hahahah gonna be a fun autumn for me
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Old Mar 25th 2015, 01:37 PM   #94
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Sorry, but I don't get this U.S.$999 for this Quickshifter setup and that is all it does as opposed to U.S. $ 902 (includes tune and cruise software strain gauge shifter and shipping )as of todays exchange rate for the Tuneboy setup which gives you
1. Cluchless up and down shifting fully adjustable including ignition cut time, (you don,t need to pay anyone to do this , its easy to do yourself)
2. Cruise control, absolute gold if you ride your bike on the street(admittedly not much use on a track bike)
3. A whole bunch of included tunes that suit common setups i.e. full termi's or termi slipons , db killers in or out etc
4. The ability to custom tune fuel and ignition ideally on a dyno but you can make manual "seat of the pants "adjustments if you have the skills.
5. The ability to "autotune " with the addition of wide band O2 sensors.
6. The ability to reset service indictors yourself.
7. Adjusted fan cut in and cut out setup ( keeps the bike running cooler )
8. The ability to data log.
9. You can load 3 different trim files to the ECU and select them at any time while out on the road
10. Nothing needs to be fitted to your bike except the strain gauge shifter replacing the factory one .
There is probably more that I have forgotten to mention.
You do not need to pay anyone to install it as it is easy to do yourself , only if you want to custom tune on a dyno is there a need to pay any additional money.
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Originally Posted by crankman View Post
Sorry, but I don't get this U.S.$999 for this Quickshifter setup and that is all it does as opposed to U.S. $ 902 (includes tune and cruise software strain gauge shifter and shipping )as of todays exchange rate for the Tuneboy setup which gives you
1. Cluchless up and down shifting fully adjustable including ignition cut time, (you don,t need to pay anyone to do this , its easy to do yourself)
2. Cruise control, absolute gold if you ride your bike on the street(admittedly not much use on a track bike)
3. A whole bunch of included tunes that suit common setups i.e. full termi's or termi slipons , db killers in or out etc
4. The ability to custom tune fuel and ignition ideally on a dyno but you can make manual "seat of the pants "adjustments if you have the skills.
5. The ability to "autotune " with the addition of wide band O2 sensors.
6. The ability to reset service indictors yourself.
7. Adjusted fan cut in and cut out setup ( keeps the bike running cooler )
8. The ability to data log.
9. You can load 3 different trim files to the ECU and select them at any time while out on the road
10. Nothing needs to be fitted to your bike except the strain gauge shifter replacing the factory one .
There is probably more that I have forgotten to mention.
You do not need to pay anyone to install it as it is easy to do yourself , only if you want to custom tune on a dyno is there a need to pay any additional money.
It's simple, the Tuneboy requires your stock ECU to be reflashed, whereas this is a totally external solution. I had the Tuneboy setup on my 899 last year, and it worked great for me, but we also had several bikes that had the ecu flashed with lots of problems that were very hard to track down. So we're out of the Tuneboy camp, we've been using the RapidBike tuner now and that has given us much fewer problems and doesn't require tampering with the stock ECU.
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Old Mar 25th 2015, 02:10 PM   #96
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Originally Posted by crankman View Post
Sorry, but I don't get this U.S.$999 for this Quickshifter setup and that is all it does as opposed to U.S. $ 902 (includes tune and cruise software strain gauge shifter and shipping )as of todays exchange rate for the Tuneboy setup which gives you
1. Cluchless up and down shifting fully adjustable including ignition cut time, (you don,t need to pay anyone to do this , its easy to do yourself)
2. Cruise control, absolute gold if you ride your bike on the street(admittedly not much use on a track bike)
3. A whole bunch of included tunes that suit common setups i.e. full termi's or termi slipons , db killers in or out etc
4. The ability to custom tune fuel and ignition ideally on a dyno but you can make manual "seat of the pants "adjustments if you have the skills.
5. The ability to "autotune " with the addition of wide band O2 sensors.
6. The ability to reset service indictors yourself.
7. Adjusted fan cut in and cut out setup ( keeps the bike running cooler )
8. The ability to data log.
9. You can load 3 different trim files to the ECU and select them at any time while out on the road
10. Nothing needs to be fitted to your bike except the strain gauge shifter replacing the factory one .
There is probably more that I have forgotten to mention.
You do not need to pay anyone to install it as it is easy to do yourself , only if you want to custom tune on a dyno is there a need to pay any additional money.
not to mention that absolute lack of support from TB, good luck if you run into problems, I still have nightmares from the time when I had TB for my speed triple...

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Old Mar 25th 2015, 07:04 PM   #97
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
It's simple, the Tuneboy requires your stock ECU to be reflashed, whereas this is a totally external solution. I had the Tuneboy setup on my 899 last year, and it worked great for me, but we also had several bikes that had the ecu flashed with lots of problems that were very hard to track down. So we're out of the Tuneboy camp, we've been using the RapidBike tuner now and that has given us much fewer problems and doesn't require tampering with the stock ECU.
Well I have it (tuneboy ) and a couple of mates do as well and like it did for you on your 899, its working well.
Could you be a bit more specific on the type of problems you experienced ? I am not aware of any issues other than minor installation issues mostly to do with the instruction PDF. It maybe helpful should I experience the same .
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Old Mar 25th 2015, 07:09 PM   #98
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Originally Posted by pedrin View Post
not to mention that absolute lack of support from TB, good luck if you run into problems, I still have nightmares from the time when I had TB for my speed triple...
On that I can agree ,the support could and should be better , having said that if and when you do get to talk to Wayne he is extremely helpful and knowledgeable. So far I have not experienced any issues with the way Tuneboy works, very happy!
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Old Mar 25th 2015, 11:01 PM   #99
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So the PRO version will replace my OEM quickshifter and retain clutchless up shifts while giving me auto blipping and clutchless downshifts?

Is the quickshifter cut time configurable for upshifts depending on the RPM and does it mirror the OEM settings or are they totally different?

I ask because I like the way the OEM quickshifter feels and don't want it any crisper/harsher below 5000rpm to be honest.
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Old Mar 26th 2015, 12:56 AM   #100
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Well I guess I'm first thru the mine field. I just ordered mine. Let you know when it arrives and I install it.

I have no doubt it will be equal,(if not better) than what is going to show up as stock on the new 1299.
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