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Managed to get my hands on one of these and man o man how cool they are!!

The auto warm up it quite trick and also love the fact that they are adding pit lane limiter, launch control and wheelie control. Super easy to install as well. The safety they take into consideration as well is amazing!

The HM Quickshifter Stand Alone Shifter Blipper (SABS) Congratulations on your purchase of an HM SABS System The HM Quickshifter Stand Alone Shifter Blipper (SABS) is a revolutionary product that, in essenece, allows a rider to change gear up and down the gearbox seamlessly in the fastest and smoothest manor possible. Available in two versions: LITE and PRO The LITE version already outperforms any other system on the market. It is a simple plug and play system that is fully adjustable. The PRO version is taking shifting / back shifting to the ultimate level. It is the only system on the market that communicates with your ECU to get many vital parameters allowing the shifter blipper to give perfect shifts whatever the load, RPM, Gear or throttle position. It is also completely plug and play in a small, waterproof and compact unit. The PRO version also adds intelligent auto warmup and a Pit Lane limiter. Launch control and Anti wheelie and Engine Brake Control are soon to follow via a software update.

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Due to the fact that this product sits between your accelerator (twist grip) sensor and the ECU, it has the theorestical potential to add uncommanded throttle inputs. This can be very dangerous. Because of this reason, the HM SABS has been designed form the ground up to be ultra safe. Its design phylosophy is that of mission critical systems such as primary flight controls of commercial aircraft. This is how it works: 1. Normal Operation The SABS is phycially disconnected from throttle circuit during normal operation. I.E. there is a direct connection between the twist grip sensor and the ECU just as if the system was not there. 2. When a SHIFT or BLIP (or warmup / pit limit etc) operation is requested by the user applying pressure to the gear lever, then the SABS performs a full and detailed systems test in less than a millisecond and if, and only if every test passes then it configures a deadman timer suitable to the operation, inserts itself into the circuit and performs the operation. If, during the operation, there is any fault for any reason then the SABS instantly removes itself form the circuit and logs the error. It will then no longer operate as a shifter / blipper until the fault has been acknowleged by the user and rectified. This means that, whatever the fault, the bike will continue to run in a safe manor. This design phylosophy means that it should be impossible for uncommand throttle input to ever occur - unlike any other system on the market.
Managed to get my hands on one of these and man o man how cool they are!!

The auto warm up it quite trick and also love the fact that they are adding pit lane limiter, launch control and wheelie control. Super easy to install as well. The safety they take into consideration as well is amazing!

The HM Quickshifter Stand Alone Shifter Blipper (SABS) Congratulations on your purchase of an HM SABS System The HM Quickshifter Stand Alone Shifter Blipper (SABS) is a revolutionary product that, in essenece, allows a rider to change gear up and down the gearbox seamlessly in the fastest and smoothest manor possible. Available in two versions: LITE and PRO The LITE version already outperforms any other system on the market. It is a simple plug and play system that is fully adjustable. The PRO version is taking shifting / back shifting to the ultimate level. It is the only system on the market that communicates with your ECU to get many vital parameters allowing the shifter blipper to give perfect shifts whatever the load, RPM, Gear or throttle position. It is also completely plug and play in a small, waterproof and compact unit. The PRO version also adds intelligent auto warmup and a Pit Lane limiter. Launch control and Anti wheelie and Engine Brake Control are soon to follow via a software update.

Safety

Due to the fact that this product sits between your accelerator (twist grip) sensor and the ECU, it has the theorestical potential to add uncommanded throttle inputs. This can be very dangerous. Because of this reason, the HM SABS has been designed form the ground up to be ultra safe. Its design phylosophy is that of mission critical systems such as primary flight controls of commercial aircraft. This is how it works: 1. Normal Operation The SABS is phycially disconnected from throttle circuit during normal operation. I.E. there is a direct connection between the twist grip sensor and the ECU just as if the system was not there. 2. When a SHIFT or BLIP (or warmup / pit limit etc) operation is requested by the user applying pressure to the gear lever, then the SABS performs a full and detailed systems test in less than a millisecond and if, and only if every test passes then it configures a deadman timer suitable to the operation, inserts itself into the circuit and performs the operation. If, during the operation, there is any fault for any reason then the SABS instantly removes itself form the circuit and logs the error. It will then no longer operate as a shifter / blipper until the fault has been acknowleged by the user and rectified. This means that, whatever the fault, the bike will continue to run in a safe manor. This design phylosophy means that it should be impossible for uncommand throttle input to ever occur - unlike any other system on the market.
So did anyone else get this unit? I have a flashed ECU from alpha one. Its a wsbk race package rck2 flash... I like this HM unit but im scared plugging it in my ecu and having it control so much will change my ecu or mess up my flash. Anyone have more info on this? Or im going to go IRC..... but I've always liked HM stuff
 

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You can go ahead. This unit wont make any changes to your ECU. Its a stand alone unit.
I see. It just worries me as this HM controls so many things like engine braking and warm up and pit limiter. Just makes me scared to plug it to the ECU. as it will communicate directly with the ECU right? I don't want to wipe my flash. How is this vs IRC shifter?
 

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Quick question: Is the HM OEM Replacement Blipper Shifter that much of a difference from stock? Has anyone used this?


Thanks...Craig
Yes, this is a strain gauge shifter and also blipper which you do not get from stock. Stock is mechanical and is non blippper.... HM and IRC make a unit for these bikes. I have an IRC for sale if anyone is interested but yes it is a major difference stock
 

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I cant comment on this as I have not used one of them before. I can however say that I was really amazed with the HM, Smooth and direct, very simple to install and configure. Gives you alot of safety features like over rev control, etc. Would highly recommend it.

Just by looking at who they partner with speaks for itself. Moto 2, Wsbk, BSB, etc.

There is a video where Tom sykes has one on his BM..
Hi what is your shifter kill time settings and sensitivity? Trying to compare
 

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I have been having trouble with an IRC blip system on a 2012 K46. Some faults have been throttle control- implausible signal, comparison error- throttle no signal and some others related to fuel. I have been thinking of replacing it with the HM SABS and would like to know if anyone has had trouble with communication with their ECU or other issues.
My HM works great
 
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