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Best quickshifter for 09-12 zx6r?

So which is the best quickshifter for 09-12 zx6r (for the track) and why?
For example, ease of install, performance, quality, etc....
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Translogic 110%. Best I've ever used (PVC, Bazazz, ZX10R Kit ECU, HM all previous on various bikes). I can grab 2nd at parking lot speeds and barely feel it.

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On the ZX6R I only ever used a Dynojet one and it felt really good. 1st to 2nd was a bit rough, which is fairly common though, but other than that it was really smooth. On other bikes I have used Bazzaz and Annitori but I didn't like them quite as much. Most of my bikes have had Dynojet QS's. No complaints at all.
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I've had good results with my IRC quickshifter which has adjustable cut times or auto adjust cut times. The only negative is that the wiring isn't as sturdy as other units but it works great and is only $299.00. Bazzaz and translogic has great stuff. You have plenty of options.

You can also get an ECU flash to enable the QS function and just plug the sensor it into the harness or get a plug and play harness. (Check out FTECU and woolich racing).

Keep in mind that using a fuel cut off unit like Dynojet PC will require you to get the expansion module due to your model having 8 injectors instead of 4.

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Translogic 110%. Best I've ever used (PVC, Bazazz, ZX10R Kit ECU, HM all previous on various bikes). I can grab 2nd at parking lot speeds and barely feel it.
I just checked them out, and the functionality/quality of the TransLogic INTELLISHIFT looks amazing: https://www.translogicusa.com/quickshifters.php
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I just checked them out, and the functionality/quality of the TransLogic INTELLISHIFT looks amazing: https://www.translogicusa.com/quickshifters.php
Yea I was looking this product up and it's pricey but seems to be well worth the money!
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Yea I was looking this product up and it's pricey but seems to be well worth the money!
Yep, it's on my wish list now. I was never really interested much in quickshifters, but now that I've seen this one, I want it!

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Yep, it's on my wish list now. I was never really interested much in quickshifters, but now that I've seen this one, I want it!
Just an FYI, if I remember correctly, the wires for the spark plug coils needs to we reversed.
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So which is the best quickshifter for 09-12 zx6r (for the track) and why?

For example, ease of install, performance, quality, etc....


Translogic 100%. It works almost flawlessly and I installed mine myself with online info and at that time I had only done oil changes...easy install.


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Just an FYI, if I remember correctly, the wires for the spark plug coils needs to we reversed.
Yes, it's very simple and the instructions are very clear. No programming needed however there is a "Pro Tune" mode you can use for fine tuning on a dyno.

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Just an FYI, if I remember correctly, the wires for the spark plug coils needs to we reversed.
Yes, the installation procedure has you test the stick coil wires to find out which is positive so you know how to connect the unit correctly.
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I have used the woolich one with the flash set up on both of my track bikes and it works really well. I would do that. I got a full set up for sale FYI for a 09-12 flash set up with race tools /LC/QS/PL. Also used a bazzaz on my 16' and that was really smooth as well.

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