Aleksandar13 Posted August 29, 2020 Share Posted August 29, 2020 Hi all, Managed to tackle this one today... Installed the quickshifter from Healtech. First thing remove seat, small side covers and the large ones with indicators, you can only remove one side and that would be the right hand side of the bike only as there is better access there to the coil pack. When you get to this point remove one bolt from the radiator. After removing the above bolt the radiator will need to be pushed so that it slides of the brackets as below. Once this is done you can start the installation of the harness. Harness comes plug and play, one end has two 4 plugs for the two coils and one ground wire. The other end had one connector that goes into the main unit. Below is how to install the connectors with the coils... Ignore my dirty engine ... After this has been fitted trace the cables towards the back of the bike.. I have found space between the air box and the frame and close to the original loom. Above you is the wire tucked in behind this bracket and the bolt at the top has been used as ground. I've had to take the paint of underneath to make sure it is OK. found a nice place for the main control unit to the left hand side of the bike and tucked behind a plastic next to the battery. The unit comes with velcro glued to it and double sided tape for the bike which stick instantly. Once this process has been done I've tied up all the cables with small zip ties and bolted the radiator back on. Step 2 of the process is the shifter sensor.... Sensor comes with bolt, two washers that need to face each other and the sensor in between them... Easy to fit and no need to cut rods adjust the lever etc... Important is to tighten to 5nm and make sure the cable sits nicely, luck has it that there is a cable on this side and some stock clamps that can protect the cable. Once installed router the cable to the main unit and connect. Put ignition on and you should have a red light. Start the bike and let it idle...green light should be on. After this assemble the bike lift the bike so the rear wheel is in the air get your phone and follow the installation wizard from the app. Nice and easy... Smiles per miles guaranteed... Aleks 4 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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