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  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    20 Jan 2018 12:12 PM

    Another successful iQSE install the other night - on a Blown CVO Breakout!

    Worked a treat, and the customer said he could feel the front end lift on 1-2 and 2-3 shifts...... at part throttle :)


    He'll be at the strip again on the 24th of February.


    I spoke to the local HD shop, and we'll be fitting one to their FatBob demo so more people can have a go! 

  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2695
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    21 Jan 2018 06:56 AM
    that's good m8, was at the track Thursday , some late Harley's doing good times so good to see. was a m8 ( late 4 valve softy ) runing 10.7 , track had good preparation as top fuel had been using it.
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    24 Jan 2018 09:32 PM

    The new gear is here, and I have everything to put a Quickshifter Easy on one of the new M8 models.

    Will try to get one on the local HD shops FatBob soon so people can experience it first hand while test riding the FatBob!

    Stay tuned.....

  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    02 Feb 2018 06:56 PM

    Two more real happy blokes from Rocky!

    Matt on a 2014 FatBob and Dean on a 2017 Lowrider S.

    Both bikes required a complete shift linkage in order to accommodate the Stainless capsule used to house the iQSE sensor.

    Both now have fully adjustable stainless shift rods to allow them to position the shift lever anywhere they want in relation to the pegs.

    Both bikes performed flawlessly with the new quickshifters!

    See you at the track in about 3 weeks boys!

    My CNC guy is currently making more of the Stainless capsules. Queue up if you are interested and I will get one set aside for you.

    I also have new/improved wiring harness that have an even cleaner, factory look to them when installed! 

  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    11 Feb 2018 11:04 PM

    First Healtech iQSE-1 installed on 2018 Harley FatBob!

    Looked clean as can be, and worked like a dream!

    All plug and play and easily hid the module under the seat.

    Default settings were spot-on, so simply install and enjoy!

    The FatBob is a local HD dealer demo bike, so multiple people will get a chance to feel it for themselves :)

    Nearly 7 or 8 of us will be using them at the first drag racing meet at Benaraby in a fortnight.

  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    22 Jun 2018 02:16 PM

    Just an update... my mate on the Wide Glide has indeed made it into the 10's using his new HealTech Quickshifter Easy!

    He was over the moon, and so am I!

    I just got a new batch of the Stainless capsules in, and I have them threaded in 5/16 x 24tpi, and 5/16 x 18tpi in order to suit all available shift linkages.

    Another unit headed to the US today.

    Shoot me a PM with your bike and I'll tell you what I have and get you a cost.

    Fixing to do some detailed install pics/videos soon and I'll post a link to it when they are available.

  • Nsbcraig Posts: 1
    Stock Poster Nsbcraig
    28 Jan 2019 09:13 AM
    I'd like one for my softail.
    I can't seem to figure out how to message you.

  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2695
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    28 Jan 2019 03:21 PM
    Quoting Nsbcraig on 28 Jan 2019 09:13 AM
    I'd like one for my softail.
    I can't seem to figure out how to message you.

    just click on  Msg below his icon , and fill out a message. hope this helps think he is in Queensland.
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    29 Jan 2019 11:23 PM

    Thanks Krash


    I did get his message, and I'll try to hook him up :)

    I just sent a few of these to a customer in Thailand as they are preparing for "Drag Wars" ??

    I also just redesigned the SS capsule that my CNC guy makes. Looks a hella lot sleeker and rounded edges and has a full hex on one end instead of just two flats for a wrench.


    Can always sms me on  0400233273

    or email me at    mike@cqsteel.com.au


  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2695
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    30 Jan 2019 07:40 AM
    Quoting Onequickpuck on 29 Jan 2019 11:23 PM

    Thanks Krash


    I did get his message, and I'll try to hook him up :)

    I just sent a few of these to a customer in Thailand as they are preparing for "Drag Wars" ??

    I also just redesigned the SS capsule that my CNC guy makes. Looks a hella lot sleeker and rounded edges and has a full hex on one end instead of just two flats for a wrench.


    Can always sms me on  0400233273

    or email me at    mike@cqsteel.com.au


    Good to hear Onequickpuck!!
    I think some don't realise just how much difference this product can make. it will make a noticeable difference as it will help you shift lighting quick & take shock off gear box. also keep engine on the power & torque. would turn a low 12 second bike into a high 11 second bike!! A lot of other mods you do can't guarantee that!!
  • tussuck Posts: 2098
    Melbourne
    Motor Head tussuck
    30 Jan 2019 11:17 AM

    I would love one these as I spend most of my shifting time on the bike doing clutchless shifts (am pretty good at it too, but its always a timing thing that you have to get right).

    I'm not a drag-way guy as the engine is only stage 1, but still it would be cool to just be able to flick up through the gears without a care for throttle blips etc.

  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    30 Jan 2019 02:46 PM
    Exactly Krash!  I only insisted on making it work because I had years of drag racing experience. It did in fact knock a solid 3/10ths off my E.T.
    More bang for buck than any motor mods.

    But just like Tussuck said, it's more about that casual shifting on any day ride. At the right rpms and vehicle speed it's so seamless you can barely tell you shifted gears.
    I particularly like powering through the gears in town - short shifting at low to mid rpms.
    It adds a bit of fun flavour to the daily ride :)
    Powershifting through the corners of an intersection keeps the chicken strips small on my 260 rear :)

    My mate's '17 StreeBob makes a nice chirp on the 1-2 and 2-3 shifts around town LOL

    Send me some details Tussuck and I'll get you some pricing.
    Cheers boys, and keep the rubber on the bottom!
  • tussuck Posts: 2098
    Melbourne
    Motor Head tussuck
    05 Feb 2019 10:39 PM
    PM Sent matey.
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    07 Feb 2019 09:28 PM

    Just in time bro!


    I just got my first batch of the new rev Stainless capsules yesterday from my CNC guy.

    A tiny bit larger in diameter for better internal threads. More rounded edges everywhere. And..... a 6 sided hex on the other end, where I did just have 2 flats before.

    The old rev one in the pictures only has the course thread because I had a few of them made to suit the 5/16" x 18 thread on some CVOs.


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  • tussuck Posts: 2098
    Melbourne
    Motor Head tussuck
    29 Mar 2019 08:38 AM
    Well I bite the bullet and bought one of these as i figured it would suit my riding style given that once the bike is in 2nd gear I would normally clutch-less shift from that point on (both up and down gears using the method where I pre-load the gear selector with a small amount of pressure and then quickly back the throttle off, lift it into the next gear and then back on with the throttle).

    HOLY HECK - about sums it up!  2nd - 5th seamless gear changes just as the bike is about to nudge the rev limiter while holding the throttle at wide open just ROCK.  

    More important to me though is that is that just cruising and normal riding through traffic works as seamless as heck!  No clutch, no backing off the throttle and just simply nudge of the gear selector up and she in the next gear with any drama!  That ticks the box for 99% of my riding - its just so damn easy - relaxing is one word to describe it.

    If your sitting on the fence about this then get one!  Plus Mike (Onequickpuck) is a champ, he knows the product inside out and was always available to answer questions.

  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2695
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    29 Mar 2019 08:58 AM
    Quoting tussuck on 29 Mar 2019 08:38 AM
    Well I bite the bullet and bought one of these as i figured it would suit my riding style given that once the bike is in 2nd gear I would normally clutch-less shift from that point on (both up and down gears using the method where I pre-load the gear selector with a small amount of pressure and then quickly back the throttle off, lift it into the next gear and then back on with the throttle).

    HOLY HECK - about sums it up!  2nd - 5th seamless gear changes just as the bike is about to nudge the rev limiter while holding the throttle at wide open just ROCK.  

    More important to me though is that is that just cruising and normal riding through traffic works as seamless as heck!  No clutch, no backing off the throttle and just simply nudge of the gear selector up and she in the next gear with any drama!  That ticks the box for 99% of my riding - its just so damn easy - relaxing is one word to describe it.

    If your sitting on the fence about this then get one!  Plus Mike (Onequickpuck) is a champ, he knows the product inside out and was always available to answer questions.

    That's great!! have seen a friend with a twin cam carb, fit a baker reverse shift that had built in ignition cut out switch, so one up to put it into first then 4 down. he went from always in low 12's standing quarter to consistent 11.7 . with EFI easy set up. but I have never used one, just saw others using them and the result's. So with the new style paint will you call it Hippy Smack? I think you bike looks different so that's a good thing!
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    30 Mar 2019 07:00 PM

    Thanks Tussuck for the review mate. Glad you are enjoying it!

    The big All-Bikes drag race event is coming up here in QLD at Benaraby on August 3rd, and a handful of guys are gearing up with the HealTech Quickshifter to try and beat their mates down the 1320 :)


    Thanks as well to HD Forums Australia for letting me post up a cool product!

    Cheers

    Mike

  • Onequickpuck Posts: 126
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    04 Jun 2019 01:51 PM
    Just an update, as the word is slowly starting to travel........

    I have refined the Stainless capsule for what is likely the last time.
    Not only does it look even better, but instead of treating the threads with a compound to control movement, I have incorporated a high performance O-ring into the design to maintain the tension that you adjust it to.
    Of course I gave it a quick 1000 kilometres of testing with 100% success :)

    Also, there are a few more people in America catching on to the idea, and a few people are setting up their new M8 bikes with the HealTech iQSE-1.
    I also have a special model that allows for fitting it to a Sporty with forward controls, as well as a version for all bikes with Mid-controls.

    I have a written installation manual that is still a bit in the works, but has very detailed information so nearly any handy shed wrencher can take on the task.
    Feel free to drop me an email at   mike@cqsteel.com.au  and I'll flick it to you for review (.PDF format)


    And a huge thanks again to HD Forums Australia for letting me share the idea in here!
    Cheers!




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  • WS6mro Posts: 1
    Michigan
    Stock Poster WS6mro
    04 Jul 2019 09:09 AM

    Hello all,

    I'm one of those guys from the US that is running a quick shifter. I have been running one of Mikes (Onequickpuck) kits for the Sportster now for about a month. And I must say, I'm lovin' it! I have own seven motorcycles but never owned one with a quick shifter, so I didn't know what to expect. one of the reasons I even perused a quick shifter for my sportster is because its a performance build setup. It has a Hammer Performance 120hp Top end kit, Patriot pipe, and short gearing - more of a drag race setup. This bike is a blast to ride with the additional power. And the Quick Shifter just complements the setup! Its difficult to explain to someone as to why you would need a quick shifter. Now, if you have server arthritis In your hands like my dad, this can make riding far more enjoyable with less pain. if you are physically able and have the hand strength, then you don't need it. But after you have ridden a bike with one, you will want one on every bike you own! :0) And keep in mind, you don't have to have a race bike to have fun with a quick shifter. I find its a blast to ride even shifting at 3000 rpm! Hard to explain, but its just that seamless shifting. Very consistent. Sooo Smooth even at lower RPM's and speeds.  Makes me want to keep short shifting the bike even when I shouldn't just because shifting is so fun! lol

    The install was very easy. I will say that I'd recommend removing the gas tank to route the harness from the Healtech Box to the coil on a Sportster. Other then that, its just plug and play. The Healtech app is very user-friendly. After torqueing the sensor nut on the shifter lever to 30inch pounds, it was giving me a 100% signal when kicking the shifter. Which Mike confirmed is good! I did play with the sensor threshold settings within the app. I found 55-60% threshold setting to be the sweet spot for my bike. Your mileage may very depending on your bike and setup. But that's the cool thing about the Healtech controller and app. You can tailor the settings to your bike to get the perfect shifts!

    All that being said, the kit is great! Easy to install, works better then I imagined, and Mike is an amazing guy to deal with! I sent him many e-mails with questions about the kit at first and how it worked, and he would respond back to me faster than I would expect! You can tell Mike really cares, and that you have great success!

    Oh, did I mention I ordered two more kits, one for my dads and my other sporty?  They are addicting! :O)

    If someone has questions on a Sportster install, let me know, I'd be more than happy to help.

    -Matt

  • Big Steve Posts: 677
    Yarra Ranges
    Performance Poster Big Steve
    27 Jul 2019 09:18 AM
    Another happy customer.

    After having a QuickShifter on my old bike it was the one thing missing when I was putting together a parts list for my 2010 Dyna

    Works better than I expected and Mike is a solid dude who stands behind what he sells.

    Now I need to get one for my 2014 Dyna.



    Thanks again Mike for all your assistance and after sales support.
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