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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-15-2017, 11:21 PM Thread Starter
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Alpha Racing quickshifter

Hi all,
New to the site, I've owned my S1k since 2011, it has a few bits added to say the least. I'm looking at installing a Alpha racing quickshifter/blipper to the bike. I have HP4 rearsets installed, has anyone done this installation to their bike ??
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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 03:51 AM
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Hi all,
New to the site, I've owned my S1k since 2011, it has a few bits added to say the least. I'm looking at installing a Alpha racing quickshifter/blipper to the bike. I have HP4 rearsets installed, has anyone done this installation to their bike ??
Search, and you should find a million posts on the subject.

Since you're new, I'd recommend always searching before posting, and in vain, then you post

On a side note, works great. I've sold a bunch of them now and it really does work great!
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Alpha Autoblipper/Quickshifter

I have upgraded by 2014 S1000RR with the Alpha Autoblipper/Quickshifter and I Love It!!

The Alpha system is not cheap but cheaper than a New bike.The installation process requires disassembly of the bike with the online instructions it can be done. The system works great for me.

Some S1000RR owners had problems with the system,I did not.
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I've had the bike apart loads so installation shouldn't be a issue.
Good to hear people's views on the system, think I'll be going for it, just need to sort out a longer shift rod because I've heard the oem one is too short.
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Overall length of the Shift Rod

The overall length of the shift rod needs to be 7 1/8".

That is from the end of the right handed thread end to the left handed threaded end.

This length was needed for my 2014 S1000RR.
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Anybody installed Alpha blipper on HP4s?
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Anybody installed Alpha blipper on HP4s?
I have one on my HP4 track bike along with the Rapidbike racing unit. I say that only because the both tap into the same spots but they still work fine.
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Does this system also blips the rpm up when you have pulled the clutch and downshift?

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Does this system also blips the rpm up when you have pulled the clutch and downshift?
This system auto blips on downshift and there is NO need to pull clutch for downshift. Just close throttle and shift. Only time clutch is needed is if RPMs are lower than 3K RPMs.

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