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Dynojet Power Commander V Quick Shifter Sensor

Normally during "up shifting" you must roll off of the throttle and pull in the clutch in order to engage the next higher gear. In racing (both drag and road race), split seconds count. Rolling off the throttle, even slightly, slows your times and can be the difference between winning and losing. The Dynojet Quick Shifter (DQS) allows full throttle, clutch less shifting. This is done by momentarily cutting the fuel and or ignition, which unloads the transmission. During this time, the rider can shift up to the next gear without rolling off the throttle or using the clutch.

Pressure Shift Sensor - This universal sensor mounts inline with the shift rod. The customer must provide the appropriate "length and thread" shift rod. This sensor is available in both "push" and "pull" styles depending on the direction the shift rod moves during an up shift. For most applications, a Shift Rod Kit is available.

Linear Travel Sensor Kit - For applications where a bike does not have a shift rod, or the Shift Rod Sensor will not fit, we offer a Linear Travel Sensor. One end of this sensor is mounted to the shift lever itself and the other to a fixed point on the chassis. This sensor is available in both "push" and "pull" style to suit all installations. A universal mounting kit is included.

Note: Image for reference only, actual Dynojet Power Commander V Quick Shifter Sensors may vary slightly.

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • Certain bikes require additional Dynojet modules for Quick Shifter functionality
  • Certain bikes require optional Dynojet Quick Shift Rods for proper installation
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Dynojet Power Commander V Quick Shifter Sensor 4 5 1 1
Works great and barely noticeable The install of this was fairly easy after I figured out how much I had to cut off the linkage. I ran this to my flashed ecu instead of a power commander and it is fairly simple, one wire to ground and one to the pin out. I had to solder a bigger gauged wire to the original wire because it was to small to make contact with the ecu and lock in place. Very happy with this item and this was the cheapest I found it. March 2, 2015
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Dynojet Power Commander V Quick Shifter Sensor
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Pamela A: More efficient shifting during long endurance races Apr 5, 2015
Ascander D: Switching my track bike to GP shift, so I need the push type sensor. May 16, 2014
A shopper asked: I already have a pcv for my 2013 GSXr 750 . Is this kit plug n play or do I need anything else to operate it ? Jan 25, 2015
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Michael D: You will need to purchase the quick shift expansion module from dynojet (which plugs directly into the PCV), determine whether you want standard or GP (reversed) shift pattern b/c that will dictate whether you will need the push or pull type sensor (push-type for standard / pull-type for GP shift), and finally you will need to purchase the dynojet shift rod- in your case rod "A" b/c the rod will need to be shortened significantly to accommodate the shift sensor- Dynojet machines segments onto the shift rod so you can simply cut the rod with a hacksaw .. It sounds like a very complicated setup- but I can assure you.. It's worth every penny and it's really not too difficult with the instructions- you will love having quick shift capability. If you were proficient enough to install the P.C. yourself, you shouldn't have any problem hooking this up! Good luck.. Jan 25, 2015
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Edward T: Thanks for the info Michael ?? Feb 9, 2015
Michael D: You will need to purchase the quick shift expansion module from dynojet (which plugs directly into the PCV), determine whether you want standard or GP (reversed) shift pattern b/c that will dictate whether you will need the push or pull type sensor (push-type for standard / pull-type for GP shift), and finally you will need to purchase the dynojet shift rod- in your case rod "A" b/c the rod will need to be shortened significantly to accommodate the shift sensor- Dynojet machines segments onto the shift rod so you can simply cut the rod with a hacksaw .. It sounds like a very complicated setup- but I can assure you.. It's worth every penny and it's really not too difficult with the instructions- you will love having quick shift capability. If you were proficient enough to install the P.C. yourself, you shouldn't have any problem hooking this up! Good luck.. Jan 25, 2015
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Michael D: You will need to purchase the quick shift expansion module from dynojet (which plugs directly into the PCV), determine whether you want standard or GP (reversed) shift pattern b/c that will dictate whether you will need the push or pull type sensor (push-type for standard / pull-type for GP shift), and finally you will need to purchase the dynojet shift rod- in your case rod "A" b/c the rod will need to be shortened significantly to accommodate the shift sensor- Dynojet machines segments onto the shift rod so you can simply cut the rod with a hacksaw .. It sounds like a very complicated setup- but I can assure you.. It's worth every penny and it's really not too difficult with the instructions- you will love having quick shift capability. If you were proficient enough to install the P.C. yourself, you shouldn't have any problem hooking this up! Good luck.. Jan 25, 2015
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Earl Y: If you have the PCV, it should be plug and play. Have fun, ride safe! Jan 25, 2015
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Dave R C asked: witch type would I get for the fz09 ? May 3, 2015
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thomas k: Push type May 3, 2015
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thomas k: Pressure sensor push type plus you will need rod B need to cut 10mm off it and rod C need to cut 18mm off this one May 3, 2015
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Nick G: I would think the linear push but I would look on forum's or call up revzilla. May 3, 2015
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Earl Y: I'm sorry. Not totally sure. I don't use a quick shift anymore. May 3, 2015
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Mohammed ali K: you need the push type sensor. May 3, 2015
Dave R C: Thanks. May 3, 2015
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A S asked: Will this work with a 2013 r6 with a power commander V? Mar 8, 2015
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YiÄ?it G: It will work. But for each bike, appropiate sensor type (also depends on race shift or road shift preference) and shifting road type should be selected. Mar 9, 2015
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Alvaro D: Yes, but before you need to buy a QS module. The sensor doesn't connect directly to the PCV. Mar 9, 2015
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Nick G: Yes it sure will. The wires connect into the box and you're good to go. Mar 8, 2015
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A S: And what kind of shift rod should fit with the same model? 2013 r6 Mar 8, 2015
Clifton W: Yes, I just installed on a 08 zx14 with pcv. Works great. Mar 9, 2015
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Allen P asked: Hello,
I have a 2014 ninja 300 none abs.
I do not have a power commander.
Would this quick shifter work with it or I need the power commander?
Oct 5, 2014
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Will S: No mate u need the kawasaki race team software they have a quick shifter in the program I bought 1 for my zx10 without a power commander but it was an ex kawasaki team bike hope this helps u need the power commander Oct 5, 2014
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juan g: Yes, you do need a power commander, or get your factory ECU reprogrammed to accept the kill signal from the sensor. I did this on my 2013 R1, I'm not sure if it's available for your bike though Oct 5, 2014
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Will S: No mate u need the kawasaki race team software they have a quick shifter in the program I bought 1 for my zx10 without a power commander but it was an ex kawasaki team bike hope this helps Oct 5, 2014
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Alvaro D: You need the PC5 to make this quick shifter work. Oct 5, 2014
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scott b asked: Will this work with a power commander 3 usb? Oct 14, 2014
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Alvaro D: No. This will work with PCV Nov 4, 2014
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walter p asked: hello i have a 2008 honda cbr1000rr with sato racing rear sets with gp shitf which one should i buy: 'pressure type' and which rod should buy too? Aug 4, 2014
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Keith R: You want the pressure type sensor. You need to determine if the sensor needs to be "push" or "pull" type (is the shift rod being pushed, or pulled when upshifting). You should be able to reference the proper shift rod kit from the Revzilla site or on Dynojet's site by searching your make, model and year. Aug 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which type should I get for a 2013 ninja 650L linear push/pull or pressure push/pull? Jul 22, 2014
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Mohamad R: I don't Know the Ninja 650L, but I know for sure that the 2013 Ninja 1000 uses Pressure Type Push Quick Shift Sensor. Jul 22, 2014
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Lance W asked: I have a 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 636. I am unsure what type to get. I am purchasing the Power Commander and Auto Tune along with this purchase as soon as I figure out what I need. Do I also need any other parts to complete the installation of the quick shifter? Feb 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which set up, Quickshifter and rod should I get for a 2013 Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS to go with a Power Commander 5? Aug 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi guys iv got a 2010 fire blade with the dyno jet P.C V,with the quick shift is it attaching the shift senior, plug into the power commander and then it's ready to ride??or will I need to dyno the bike again? Aug 6, 2014
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