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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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can someone explain

apart from looks,are there any other real advantages if i replace the oem stock s1k quickshifter with an aftermarket one?i never had problems with my oem QS so will it be a waste of money if i do the change without any gain/improvement in performance?and what brands of QS do you recommend guys?thanks
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the only real advantage of a aftermarket quickshifter would be one that allowed for different kill time for each gear.. the factory one works pretty good but is not adjustable without the hp race ecu software. the bazzaz unit i have on one of my gsxr's works better but i wouldn't go out and spend the money trying to upgrade it on the bmw.
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the only real advantage of a aftermarket quickshifter would be one that allowed for different kill time for each gear.. the factory one works pretty good but is not adjustable without the hp race ecu software. the bazzaz unit i have on one of my gsxr's works better but i wouldn't go out and spend the money trying to upgrade it on the bmw.
You need the HP Calibration Kit for that one. HP Race Kit doesn't let you alter stuff.
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