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Why is it impossible to do a decent wheelie with active quickshift?
When i change gear "in the air" it just drops, doesent matter if i use the clutch.
But it works fine without quickshift.
Think it is a slowshift instead.....:grin2:
 

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Why is it impossible to do a decent wheelie with active quickshift?
When i change gear "in the air" it just drops, doesent matter if i use the clutch.
But it works fine without quickshift.
Think it is a slowshift instead.....:grin2:
Interesting, I wonder if the abs sensors are relaying information during the quick shift. I don't know but perhaps the crank and wheel speed are set in the algorithm, wondering now about the slipper clutch too.
 

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Why is it impossible to do a decent wheelie with active quickshift?
When i change gear "in the air" it just drops, doesent matter if i use the clutch.
But it works fine without quickshift.
Think it is a slowshift instead.....:grin2:
Ive been waiting for a thread called Wheelies (Power Wheelies could have been better) maybe you should experiment with your traction control settings and let us know how it affects things >:) Oh yeah and ...please be carful blaa blaa blaa cant sleep worrying blaa blaa
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Im 220lb with riding gear on. I struggle to make it power wheelie. If I slip the clutch like a psycho with DTC all the way off I can get pretty good height in first gear, but by shifting time its nearly down again, second it comes up a few inches and then settles. Im not comfortable with it yet I guess, I probably need to stop leaning forward lol
 

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Wheelies in general will be difficult because of the longer swingarm. Switch to the Monster 1200 swingarm if you want to wheelie, it's a few inches shorter.
 

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Maybe because of the cut of ignition in the gear change. To try by deactivating the shifter and in passing speed in the air without using the clutch.
 

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Have had my bike on service, and they also upgraded the software. Guess what? Its now possible to wheelie with quickshift active. The bike feels a bit smoother too.
 

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Have had my bike on service, and they also upgraded the software. Guess what? Its now possible to wheelie with quickshift active. The bike feels a bit smoother too.
Upgraded software resulted in a quicker quick shift??? Interesting.

Anyone else notice this?
 

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Upgraded software resulted in a quicker quick shift??? Interesting.

Anyone else notice this?
Yup, I noticed the quick shift was smoother and quicker after the last software update.
Not sure if was just me because they also replaced oil and oil filter in the same service.
Assumed the smoothness could be because of all that.
 

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Software update??? Is there one pending for US bikes?
 

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Software update??? Is there one pending for US bikes?
There are periodic software updates. It’s my understanding that these occur automatically during diagnostic testing when serviced. Since the updates occur automatically, I don’t believe even the tech is aware of the software revision number or what is updated. Only that it’s been done.
 
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