Do it wideglide, it's the bomb
fitted mine Sat
Hey Tussuck, have you been experimenting with cut out times for different RPMS? I'm still trying to get 1st to second, there is so much torque at that change that it's tricky to get right.
Back cut gears will fix that Hilly!!
Most important check.... - make sure your sensitivity reading is a solid 90-100% when you give her a firm upshift in the shed.
Then set your threshold 10-30% below that.
Always be sure to give her a firm hit for each and every upshift.
At lower bike speed, it will be smoother by shortshifting under part-throttle.
As the bike speeds up, all will get smoother, including full power upshifts.
Don't be afraid to tinker mate, and most of all - ENJOY :)
Thanks again heaps for trying the HealTech!
Ring me any time if you need any tips.
Sorry Krash I missed this one, is that a doable option on these box's?
Ralphski without getting into specific numbers as I believe they will be different for everyone this how I've come to see it with help on here.
went through the set-up menu in the shed.
Feel like I should give this unit a proper plug, this shifter works exactly like Mike says, the app is simple to use and there are heaps of settings to fine tune with and if you need any help Mike is but a call or text away and gets back to you asap.
Any more info on the updated model
Looking to put one on a 2014 CVO Breakout
Harley iQSE APPLICATION GUIDE 12-09-2019.pdf
This is still a bit of works in progress, but have a look and let me know your thoughts.
I have an install manual as well with heaps of details.
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.
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.