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  • rodrocket Posts: 227
    Stock Poster rodrocket
    17 Sep 2019 01:52 PM
    Quoting Onequickpuck on 12 Sep 2019 07:35 PM

    The current Installation manual......


    It IS kind of a long read, but if you are taking the leap and putting a HealTech Quickshifter on your pride and joy, please take the time to read through this.

    It has a few pointers and a lot of great settings to get you started.


    Harley iQSE Install 12-09-2019.pdf

    thanks for the updates Mike

    here on the install manual your picture 8 shows a different style of sensor, what's the difference between these and the stainless barrel sensor.

    Also do you have any pictures of where you mounted the module on a breakout as mine seems very tight under the seat area.


    regards

    Rod

  • Onequickpuck Posts: 128
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    17 Sep 2019 03:04 PM
    Thanks for the note Rod.
    The sensor in Pic 8 is stud mounted, and that's only a requirement if you have Mid-controls on a Sporty, or Lowrider S and don't want to swap out the factory shift rod behind the primary.
    That same sensor fits inside the SS Capsule that I produce, and you thread that right on the back end of your shift linkage.

    Check these pics....

    Oh yeah, my missus and I both ride Breakouts, and the module easily fits down in the air cavity on either side of the battery.
    You don't even need to Velcro it in place. Just tuck it in and it will hang safely from the wiring harness.
    I'll post some more pics of mine later....

    When I send a unit out, the sensor is already mounted in the capsule, and I will preset the tension on the threads so you should start right off getting an excellent strong signal, which then of course gets you great shifting results.
    With your forward controls, you simply remove the shift lever and roll it back a couple splines to compensate for the extra length in the shift rod.

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  • Onequickpuck Posts: 128
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    17 Sep 2019 08:04 PM
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    Module tucks in beside the battery on a Breakout and you can hardly see it. Also room to lay flat behind the battery if you like.
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 128
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    20 Oct 2019 01:55 PM
    The HealTech iQSE-1 Quickshifter works on all M8 models as well. I keep plug-n-play wiring harnesses in stock for BOTH coil locations on the M8s.

    New website and FB page coming soon........... as these are about to go worldwide :)
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 128
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    02 Dec 2019 02:48 PM
    Stock on hand for all models......plenty of time to treat yourself for Christmas :)
    International Express airmail to anywhere in the world.

    Cheers!
    Mike
  • tussuck Posts: 2526
    Melbourne
    Forum Legend tussuck
    18 Jun 2020 08:17 PM
    Okay.... Its been well over 12 months and about 25,000 km on the clock using this unit on my 09 883 Sporty which I ride every day to and from work all year round. 

    AND bloody hell its one of the best investments I ever made on the bike (other than a turbo, but that's another story).

    Flawless operating with nothing to touch once its setup.

    I now only use the clutch for starting from a standing start and downshifting into 2nd and 1st.  Accelerating, I'm now really comfortable clutch-less shifting from 1st to 2nd and upwards through the gears.  No need to rev the crap outta the engine either as it operates fine at normal cruisey riding, but really sings when when you shift up under WOT as you can barely hear the break in exhaust note between gears (sounds like an automatic...lol)

    I love this thing!
  • Grease Monkey Posts: 1022
    Performance Poster Grease Monkey
    19 Jun 2020 06:03 PM
    I still use the clutch in traffic if I'm blocked in, I'm 80kg on a 320 bike, maybe it makes a difference, upshift only needs a tiny bit of acceleration, can coast it in as well once you get the feel of it, I have the bridge in at the minute, tuning it after a cam change.
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 3030
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    19 Jun 2020 09:03 PM
    Quoting Grease Monkey on 19 Jun 2020 06:03 PM
    I still use the clutch in traffic if I'm blocked in, I'm 80kg on a 320 bike, maybe it makes a difference, upshift only needs a tiny bit of acceleration, can coast it in as well once you get the feel of it, I have the bridge in at the minute, tuning it after a cam change.
    the ignition or fuel cut out shift works good! & on average at the drags was good for three tenths of a second off you quarter mile ET, as long as you made no mistakes. the more HP & TQ your motor puts out the harder it gets, as more pressure on the gears, the cut out & also back cut gears makes even more difference. but I don't use the cut out, I learnt to shift quick without it, as racing Screamin eagle Harley class back in the early year 2000's , an ignition cut out was illegal, same as air or electric shift & traction control. but these day's new bikes come stock with all that ( some of them )
  • Grease Monkey Posts: 1022
    Performance Poster Grease Monkey
    20 Jun 2020 09:02 AM
    Quoting Grease Monkey on 19 Jun 2020 06:03 PM
    I still use the clutch in traffic if I'm blocked in, I'm 80kg on a 320 bike, maybe it makes a difference, upshift only needs a tiny bit of acceleration, can coast it in as well once you get the feel of it, I have the bridge in at the minute, tuning it after a cam change.
    Quoting Krash Kinkade on 19 Jun 2020 09:03 PM
    the ignition or fuel cut out shift works good! & on average at the drags was good for three tenths of a second off you quarter mile ET, as long as you made no mistakes. the more HP & TQ your motor puts out the harder it gets, as more pressure on the gears, the cut out & also back cut gears makes even more difference. but I don't use the cut out, I learnt to shift quick without it, as racing Screamin eagle Harley class back in the early year 2000's , an ignition cut out was illegal, same as air or electric shift & traction control. but these day's new bikes come stock with all that ( some of them )
    Still no track here Krash so no black dyno to play on, this ignition interupter isn't just about going fast but when you do it's hold it flat and feed it gears with a grin from ear to ear material. It's also really adaptable with the auxiliary output, you could set it up to fire an air or electric shifter at whatever RPM in conjunction with the ignition cut, you may well be the fastest gear change Harley pilot on earth but you wouldn't beat that set up :)
  • tussuck Posts: 2526
    Melbourne
    Forum Legend tussuck
    20 Jun 2020 09:14 AM
    Yep, I have to smile EVERY time I see a Harley rider take off like a bat outta hell from the lights and then pauses for 20 seconds halfway through the Intersection as they chaneg up gears.

    The sheer amount of speed and momentum you lose when using the clutch is incredible! 
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 3030
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    20 Jun 2020 11:36 AM
    Quoting Grease Monkey on 19 Jun 2020 06:03 PM
    I still use the clutch in traffic if I'm blocked in, I'm 80kg on a 320 bike, maybe it makes a difference, upshift only needs a tiny bit of acceleration, can coast it in as well once you get the feel of it, I have the bridge in at the minute, tuning it after a cam change.
    Quoting Krash Kinkade on 19 Jun 2020 09:03 PM
    the ignition or fuel cut out shift works good! & on average at the drags was good for three tenths of a second off you quarter mile ET, as long as you made no mistakes. the more HP & TQ your motor puts out the harder it gets, as more pressure on the gears, the cut out & also back cut gears makes even more difference. but I don't use the cut out, I learnt to shift quick without it, as racing Screamin eagle Harley class back in the early year 2000's , an ignition cut out was illegal, same as air or electric shift & traction control. but these day's new bikes come stock with all that ( some of them )
    Quoting Grease Monkey on 20 Jun 2020 09:02 AM
    Still no track here Krash so no black dyno to play on, this ignition interupter isn't just about going fast but when you do it's hold it flat and feed it gears with a grin from ear to ear material. It's also really adaptable with the auxiliary output, you could set it up to fire an air or electric shifter at whatever RPM in conjunction with the ignition cut, you may well be the fastest gear change Harley pilot on earth but you wouldn't beat that set up :)
    Hey GM, yes know, Townsville had a track in old days, privately owned. these day's insurance & so on makes it hard. all those tricks still won't guarantee a win, but seems like it would on paper or racing off the lights. but when your lined up on a fully prepared race surface in ideal conditions ( warm track ) & your locked into the beam with pre stage & stage lights up & your feet are sticking to the track surface, it's a whole different world.But I love it! if you can cut a quick reaction time & a really hard 60 foot time, that's more important for braket racing ( that's what Screaming Eagle was & any class a ride in ride home or even trailer in street bike all the class's are bracket ) and that's the only form or racing. As a week night off the street type race is not racing ( it's too easy as if your beat you still come back time & time , racing if your beat your out ) but all I'll do now is on a week night just to see what trap speed I can get to as that confirms HP, does not matter if ET slow & trap speed high ( you just look at 60foot time if it's slow, means you have a bike that can go quick, but you don't have a rider that can match the bike ) 
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 3030
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    20 Jun 2020 11:44 AM
    Quoting tussuck on 20 Jun 2020 09:14 AM
    Yep, I have to smile EVERY time I see a Harley rider take off like a bat outta hell from the lights and then pauses for 20 seconds halfway through the Intersection as they chaneg up gears.

    The sheer amount of speed and momentum you lose when using the clutch is incredible! 
    very true!

  • steelo Posts: 3163
    Adelaide
    Forum Legend steelo
    20 Jun 2020 11:49 AM
    I need the gear change time to put my cigarette out, Finish taking a piss, stash the hip flask and pause the phone call. What’s the problem. 
  • Baloffski Posts: 2249
    Victoria
    Motor Head Baloffski
    20 Jun 2020 08:01 PM
    Steelo, oh it's too hot, oh it's too cold, oh is it crib time, smoko, or blast time, I mean Quick shift.. ,time we are an acepting bunch.
    So, be acepting shift, aye, I got one have you?
    Seriously, they are fun, but need to set along the parameters .
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 128
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    15 Jul 2020 12:12 PM
    WOW!! Thanks heaps for the long term followup guys!!  I LOVE the banter LOL :)  I too have put over 25,000ks on my stock tranny with the HealTech and wouldn't do without it.

    Two of my mates bought them a fortnight ago. One for a built M8 Breakout, and the other for an S&S powered Dyna.

    Last weekend we returned to drag racing at Benaraby Dragway, and guess what??

    PB's for everyone with the new Quickshifter!

    So that's it. I quit!



    Quit my effin job that is :)   I have sent these units now to Singapore, Sweden, Canada, South Korea, America and all parts of Australia.
    Customers all over the globe are stoked at crackin gears from the stoplights, and killing their ETs at the strip.

    So I'm giving my full attention to the product, as well as all the other HealTech products that are available.
    Still working on my own little website, and I have an FB page that goes OK.
    My contact email has changed to    HealTechMike@gmail.com
    You can still reach me on phone at   0400233273
    And my FB stuff is here.....   https://www.facebook.com/Onequickpuck/

    I really appreciate the business guys, and the great feedback is KILLER!

    Most importantly, I want to thank the host and moderators of HD Forums Australia for allowing me this small space to show what I can offer!

  • Baloffski Posts: 2249
    Victoria
    Motor Head Baloffski
    15 Jul 2020 11:11 PM
    Mate, you have been a gentleman, and a salesman, of course. Ya gotta bring the bacon home man. Product has been fantastic, on my Road Glide 103, have really enjoyed using it.
    But as I;m an old fella near passed his use by date, I.m selling my Glider, and going to buy a 650 Twin, Royal Enfield, which is a shock but 'it is what it is'. 
    Now back on topic, can you, do you know if I could alighn the quick pedal to a Royal Enfield.
    Shit maybe theres a forum out there?  Anyway Mike, thanks mate, enjoyed the quickshifter.
  • Onequickpuck Posts: 128
    Stock Poster Onequickpuck
    18 Jul 2020 10:46 AM
    Cheers mate!!

    I am most certain we can adapt a unit to fit the Royal Enfield :)

    I simply need some pics of the spark coil connector, the fuel injector connector, and the shift linkage details.
    Thanks again heaps for the feedback!

    Best Regards,
    Mike
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