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Old Jun 17th 2017, 11:09 PM   #11
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I also had many issues with the quick shifter and my ducati dealer actually wouldn't acknowledge the problem because while riding around at relatively low speeds the shifter worked fine but under high rpms the shifter was F@#KEN shit, it certainly wasn't the smoothest shifter I have ever used. My previous bike a CBR1000RR Honda had a bazzaz strain gauge QS which i installed and that QS was silky smooth and always faultless.

I then heard about a plug n play replacement unit by Translogic which i purchased and i tell you what it is night and day over the OEM QS.

Do yourself a MASSIVE favor and purchase the Translogic unit because it is WORLDS better than the OEM unit. In fact Ducati approached Translogic and where actually wanting to use the Translogic unit as the factory fitted OEM unit because they are that good but Ducati were not prepared to pay for a quality unit so went with a piece of shit cheap and nasty Italian made unit.

BUY THE TRANSLOGIC QS YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED !!!
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Old Jun 18th 2017, 02:20 AM   #12
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Does anyone have a link to purchase?
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Old Jun 18th 2017, 08:07 AM   #13
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Here is the part number and link
TLS-DCS-PAN-FF-140
Translogic Products: Intellishift Quickshifter, Quickshifters with seamless shift simulation, Powershifter
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Old Jun 18th 2017, 01:05 PM   #14
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I have the Translogic and am in the process of having Brian (Boulder) and Mick (BSD) build a Blipbox for the R. While the Translogic is much better than OEM, it still has several drawbacks in my hands. Accelerating down a straight, from 4-5 the cut-out is such that my Boys are jammed against the tank. Coming into a corner and downshifting from 3-2 it'll over-rev into 2. Coming into a very slow corner from 2-1...it just flat-out won't...N every time. For those corners I now just use the clutch. I have experimented with foot pressure , position, etc....

I have the BB on my '12 and it is perfect.

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Old Jun 19th 2017, 10:42 AM   #15
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I experienced similar on my 1299S w/ factory shift hardware,
& found very firm deliberate shift force got rid of any mis-shifting
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Old Jun 19th 2017, 10:55 AM   #16
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I have the Translogic and am in the process of having Brian (Boulder) and Mick (BSD) build a Blipbox for the R. While the Translogic is much better than OEM, it still has several drawbacks in my hands. Accelerating down a straight, from 4-5 the cut-out is such that my Boys are jammed against the tank. Coming into a corner and downshifting from 3-2 it'll over-rev into 2. Coming into a very slow corner from 2-1...it just flat-out won't...N every time. For those corners I now just use the clutch. I have experimented with foot pressure , position, etc....

I have the BB on my '12 and it is perfect.

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OEM on both 1199 and 1299 is pretty shitty
I've got Cordona on the 1199S (only QS), BlipBox (QS/DS) on the SL and Translogic (QS/DS) on the 1299S.

Cordona and BSD have true strain gauge sensors. Translogic claims to be the only ones that have it, but the truth is that they require some mechanical movement (approx. 1-2mm), the others don't. Also it's not possible to change the trigger force on Translogic's unit.
Had a minor problem with Translogic's pushrod and I am very disapointed about their sales and services.

For QS/DS I would go the BlipBox route again. BSD and Mick are awesome!
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Old Jun 19th 2017, 11:47 AM   #17
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Also it's not possible to change the trigger force on Translogic's unit.
Had a minor problem with Translogic's pushrod and I am very disapointed about their sales and services.
Bummer. Just had one delivered on Friday.
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