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Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by AlomS » Thu Sep 22, 2022 6:26 am


:D hi, guys, a newbie of 2019 H2SXSE+ is here. my previous bike is a ZX14R.

I got my first ride experience today. tried on quick-shifter, but failed. the KQS is on display. no idea what was happening......... :scratch:
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by Vex » Thu Sep 22, 2022 3:19 pm


Welcome!

We'll need a bit more data before we can try and help. Up shifting? Down shifting? Throttle open/closed? Etc.
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by prettybirdSE » Thu Sep 22, 2022 5:56 pm


Go into 'settings' using the right mode switch.Use the up/down buttons to scroll through.Find KQS...start bike.Enable it.
Congrats on a nice bike.DO NOT try and force shift this transmission to shift.Either QS,or manually with clutch.I think I MAY have damaged the shift star on mine...broke a dog off apparently recently,which might have been damaged when I first got mine and didn't realize it WILL NOT SHIFT with QS disabled.With clutch,fine.
Yes,I was trying to get it to shift and forcing it a few times at first.It wasn't gonna shift for sure without the clutch.With QS disabled.
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by prettybirdSE » Thu Sep 22, 2022 6:05 pm


Mine wasn't enabled at first.Some are,some aren't.
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by AlomS » Thu Sep 22, 2022 8:23 pm


Vex wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 3:19 pm
Welcome!

We'll need a bit more data before we can try and help. Up shifting? Down shifting? Throttle open/closed? Etc.
Hi Vex, thank you for the reply. sure thing.

I only tried up shifting when throttle closed. I stopped doing it again when I found the shift pedal couldn't be moved.
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by Vex » Thu Sep 22, 2022 10:12 pm


You keep the throttle where it is when upshifting. It'll revmatch. Downshifting, you close it.
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by AlomS » Thu Sep 22, 2022 10:27 pm


prettybirdSE wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 5:56 pm
Go into 'settings' using the right mode switch.Use the up/down buttons to scroll through.Find KQS...start bike.Enable it.
Congrats on a nice bike.DO NOT try and force shift this transmission to shift.Either QS,or manually with clutch.I think I MAY have damaged the shift star on mine...broke a dog off apparently recently,which might have been damaged when I first got mine and didn't realize it WILL NOT SHIFT with QS disabled.With clutch,fine.
Yes,I was trying to get it to shift and forcing it a few times at first.It wasn't gonna shift for sure without the clutch.With QS disabled.
hi there, thank you for your explanation. I have checked the setting, the KQS is enabled. But the shift pedal didn't move up except I pull my clutch lever. This is the first time I ride with a bike equipped qs. so I decided to stop doing it till I figure it out.
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by AlomS » Thu Sep 22, 2022 10:29 pm


prettybirdSE wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 6:05 pm
Mine wasn't enabled at first.Some are,some aren't.
hahaha......what i can do......for the situation, just like lotto :bow:
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by AlomS » Fri Sep 23, 2022 9:34 am


Vex wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 10:12 pm
You keep the throttle where it is when upshifting. It'll revmatch. Downshifting, you close it.
ok. will try later. :clap:
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Re: Hello from New Zealand, bring question

Post by yyczed » Fri Sep 23, 2022 3:14 pm


What mileage is on the bike? The QS on mine was clunky until I had over 5,000km. I turned it off for a few months because I disliked it. Now at 18,000km it works great.

It also doesn't like low power casual shifting, it works best when you're riding quickly.
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