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Old Jun 8th 2018, 07:12 PM   #11
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Old Jun 9th 2018, 08:35 PM   #12
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I had mine warrantied after three weeks of dealer trying everything to not have to change quick shifter. Swapped it out and seems to be fine now. How is the translogic working? Better than stock?
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Old Jun 10th 2018, 11:53 AM   #13
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I installed the Ducati Corse rearsets, there is slightly more free play in the shift rod than with the OEM rearsets and both ball joints are in good shape.
Unfortunately the problem persists, I guess it's not a mechanical issue related to the shift linkage.

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Old Jun 10th 2018, 10:13 PM   #14
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Apparently this problem is now much more widespread than I thought.

Be careful everyone. It happens suddenly without warning. Happened to my buddy today while apexing a corner and almost threw him off.
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Old Jun 11th 2018, 11:05 AM   #15
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I have had QS problems 3 times in 400 road miles . The problem is so severe its like putting the brakes on bashing my bollocks on the tank accelerating out of corners . When I QS up it kills the engine for too long. Ive had many bikes with QS and never had an issue . I have a tuono v4 1100 and that is far superior
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I have had QS problems 3 times in 400 road miles . The problem is so severe its like putting the brakes on bashing my bollocks on the tank accelerating out of corners . When I QS up it kills the engine for too long. Ive had many bikes with QS and never had an issue . I have a tuono v4 1100 and that is far superior
Yeah same issue as mine and many others. There has to be a recall for this. Is getting far too dangerous.
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Might be exaggerating it a bit there. Sure, it's dangerous, but QS isn't a vital function of the bike. If your bike is stuttering/experiencing QS issues, just turn off quickshifting and your bike is perfectly safe again. It may be a pain in the ass and a feature you paid for that you're not getting, so frustration is warranted, but it's not a life or death issue IMO.
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Might be exaggerating it a bit there. Sure, it's dangerous, but QS isn't a vital function of the bike. If your bike is stuttering/experiencing QS issues, just turn off quickshifting and your bike is perfectly safe again. It may be a pain in the ass and a feature you paid for that you're not getting, so frustration is warranted, but it's not a life or death issue IMO.
That's your opinion. If it happens to you you'd be singing a different song. Problem isn't turning it off. Sure I did turn it off and it's perfectly fine. But the problem is BEFORE you turn it off. When you don't expect anything to be wrong and using the quickshifter. You can turn it off afterwards. But when it happens suddenly without warning? In the middle of a corner?

Normally I don't give 2 shits about what people say on a public forum. But don't ever tell me what's dangerous and what's not when you're not the one in my shoes in a life threatening situation. You have absolutely no clue what happened.
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That's your opinion. If it happens to you you'd be singing a different song. Problem isn't turning it off. Sure I did turn it off and it's perfectly fine. But the problem is BEFORE you turn it off. When you don't expect anything to be wrong and using the quickshifter. You can turn it off afterwards. But when it happens suddenly without warning? In the middle of a corner?

Normally I don't give 2 shits about what people say on a public forum. But don't ever tell me what's dangerous and what's not when you're not the one in my shoes in a life threatening situation. You have absolutely no clue what happened.
Except in your story, you said you noticed it chugging, figured there was a DQS issue, and just kept rolling along with it. At that point, you were putting yourself in danger since you identified a problem and decided to keep DQS on despite it. You put yourself in a life threatening situation, Ducati didn't force you to ride with DQS on despite knowing there was an issue with your DQS. Honestly, with how many DQS issues you've been having, it would be logical to just keep it off indefinitely until Ducati addresses it with a surefire fix.

I'm not saying the issue didn't increase risk and I'm not saying your anger is unwarranted, I'm just saying it seems like you're making this out to be some life threatening issue Ducati forced upon you when it's pretty clear you made the decisions that led to it being dangerous instead of just an inconvenience.
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Except in your story, you said you noticed it chugging, figured there was a DQS issue, and just kept rolling along with it. At that point, you were putting yourself in danger since you identified a problem and decided to keep DQS on despite it. You put yourself in a life threatening situation, Ducati didn't force you to ride with DQS on despite knowing there was an issue with your DQS. Honestly, with how many DQS issues you've been having, it would be logical to just keep it off indefinitely until Ducati addresses it with a surefire fix.

I'm not saying the issue didn't increase risk and I'm not saying your anger is unwarranted, I'm just saying it seems like you're making this out to be some life threatening issue Ducati forced upon you when it's pretty clear you made the decisions that led to it being dangerous instead of just an inconvenience.
This is what my buddy sent me yesterday. So according to your theory, someone has to die before its warranted to be called life and death dangerous? Just because I was in a straight line it's ok? Just because it happened to me when I was thankfully going relatively slow it's ok? I kept riding it afterwards to try to replicate the problem so I know what's going on. I know it would be dangerous if it happens to someone riding fast in a corner so calling it out as it is is exaggerating? Trying to warn fellow v4 owners to try to minimize others damage and danger is wrong? Fuck off.
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