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    Quick Shifter
    on: Jan 17, 2020, 04.03 pm
    Jan 17, 2020, 04.03 pm
    Wanting to add a Quick Shifter to my 2016 Trophy SE.  Where are the Ignition Coil Connectors? 

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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #1 on: Jan 17, 2020, 07.29 pm
    Jan 17, 2020, 07.29 pm
    Where are the Ignition Coil Connectors?

    The three Plug Top Ignition Coils each have a connection ( +ve supply )
    from the Engine Management System ( EMS ) Relay Pin 5,
    which is located under the left Side Panel ( Relay No.2 ) :



    The output wire(s?) from Pin 5 of the EMS Relay is/are coloured Brown with a Pink Stripe.
    I don't know without going and looking whether there is one wire from the Relay
    that splits to become 3 ( or more ) wires for each of the coils at some point later in the harness,
    or whether there are 3 wires connected at Pin 5 of the Relay that each go to an individual coil.

    The other "trigger" side of the coils are connected to the main Engine Control Module ( ECM )
    which is mounted behind the Headlight.

    Pins A01 and A13 of the ECM are also supplied by Pin 5 of the EMS Relay
    using Brown wires with a Pink stripe.

    The Trigger side of the Coils are connected as follows :

    Coil No.1 via a Green wire with Pink stripe to ECM Pin B14
    Coil No.2 via a Green wire with Purple stripe to ECM Pin B15, and
    Coil No.3 via a Green wire with Black stripe to ECM Pin B16

    The above information, together with Circuit diagrams and further information
    is available in the official Triumph Service Manual - available from any authorised Triumph Dealer.

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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #2 on: Jan 17, 2020, 07.32 pm
    Jan 17, 2020, 07.32 pm
    Under / below the tank, nearby the spark plugs.
    I have a QS too. shifting up above 3.000 is a party!
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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #3 on: Jan 17, 2020, 08.31 pm
    Jan 17, 2020, 08.31 pm
    Is your Quick Shifter a Triumph or Healtech, or some other brand?
    I assume you just installed the Sensor on the linkage & connected the module to the Ignition Coil leads?

    I guess it's a must to remove the fuel tank>

    Thanks again

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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #4 on: Jul 03, 2022, 09.31 pm
    Jul 03, 2022, 09.31 pm
    Is it working?

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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #5 on: Jul 03, 2022, 10.26 pm
    Jul 03, 2022, 10.26 pm
    In all the years i drive motorcycles '87 - till now i upshift without use of my clutch easely if i feel like it.
    I don't see the advantage of a quickshifter for that reason unless you can downshift as well clutchless.
    That i can not do whitout using my clutch.

    Greetings

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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #6 on: Jul 09, 2022, 01.16 pm
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    *Originally Posted by Maxime [+]
    In all the years i drive motorcycles '87 - till now i upshift without use of my clutch easely if i feel like it.
    I don't see the advantage of a quickshifter for that reason unless you can downshift as well clutchless.
    That i can not do whitout using my clutch.

    I agree, gentle upwards pressure on left foot, roll off throttle and back on and in it pops. I was taught that 25 years ago and thought it was standard practice.

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    Re: Quick Shifter
    Reply #7 on: Jul 12, 2022, 12.06 am
    Jul 12, 2022, 12.06 am
    I have the Healtech.

    Conventional clutch upshift is fine.

    But with the Healtech you can pin the throttle open, and it will cut out the throttle as you shift. No need to roll off

    I can confirm its a ball up to the red line! :745: :745:

     



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