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Ah, you've drunk the GT cool-aid. Good luck with that. A quick shifter on something with a 10kg clutch and flywheel assembly will be about as much use as wings on a whale and completely unnecessary if you preload the lever and let the laws of physics do their thing.Pete
I get confused by the Dynojet comments. I've been involved with dozens of installs and have seen zero problems.In 2008 I put a PCIII in my 2008 Rocket 3. Sold it at 14,000 miles and the guy that bought it has over 50,000 trouble free miles on it now.We put Power Commanders into Daytona sport bikes like crazy thru a local partner who would map the bikes. These owners would go all over the east coast and thrash the bikes at the track. Never one failure due to the PC. What am I missing?The same partner would map dozens of motocross bikes (we have a nice track nearby and these folks go all over with 125's, 250's, and a few bigger bikes). His door was nonstop with customers. I'd speculate the results must have been satisfactory for those folks or they wouldn't have been going back.
Since this is my 1st Guzzi, I was not aware that the clutch weighs 22lbs, so are you saying that because of the centrifugal force of the spinning clutch that a device that cuts the fuel or spark will not "unload " the transmission enough to do clutchless up shifting?And when you say preload the lever, are you talking about speedshifting?
Trying to learn here. Not poke needles in my privates.
I've been preloading the shifter for 40 years , haven't ever bent a shifting fork . As for the other stuff , do what you want , but Pete likely knows more about 1400 Moto Guzzi tuning than anyone , and Beetle has a lot of satisfied customers . Spends your money , takes your chances , I just don't care for add on stuff when there is a simpler solution . Dusty
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