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CBR650R Got the Quick shifter installed

Goblin

2019
CB650R ABS
Sep 2, 2019
My shifter finally arrived yesterday here in Finland.

Installed it by myself and now I'm going to install heated grips aswell so can't go ride just yet.

Send us some pics if you’re done with the heated grips?
 
Jun 28, 2020
Riding Since
1990
Click on the red link in my .sig, then select the 'Shifting ContRoll' tab near the top of the page; that'll take you to the QS page. The clicky to order a Honda QS kit is allll the way down at the bottom. This will take you to a PayPal checkout page, which will happily take your money.

The QS kits are made by Shifting ContRoll, a company in the Czech Republic. Installation is fundamentally identical to the OEM kit.

For whatever reason, I'm not getting notifications on this thread; please be patient if it takes me a day or so to answer.
 

Honda_Fan

2019
CB650R ABS
Jun 27, 2021
Riding Since
2011
I ended up ordering Honda quick shifter from Amazon Japan at the same price. Thank you anyway.
 

iStill

2021
CB650R ABS
Feb 17, 2022
Riding Since
2012
Sorry for being digging this post! But would you prefer Contiroll over OEM? Because I have OEM but the shifter feels a little harsh. (I've set it at 279mm instead of 269mm) because I dont like the shift pedal so high..

Thank you
 

MotoDonner

2021
CB650R ABS
Feb 10, 2021
Riding Since
2016
Sorry for being digging this post! But would you prefer Contiroll over OEM? Because I have OEM but the shifter feels a little harsh. (I've set it at 279mm instead of 269mm) because I dont like the shift pedal so high..

Thank you
Both are simple switches, they don't do anything themself, they just tell the ecu the shifter got triggered and the ecu does the actual cutting fuel/spark or whatever
 

Goblin

2019
CB650R ABS
Sep 2, 2019
Sorry for being digging this post! But would you prefer Contiroll over OEM? Because I have OEM but the shifter feels a little harsh. (I've set it at 279mm instead of 269mm) because I dont like the shift pedal so high..

Thank you
If you want something more advanced you can look for a Healtech QS. You can adjust the shift pressure feel and program the actual cutting time for different rpm’s with Bluetooth on your phone
 
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