March 4, 2024

 The quick shifter allows for clutch lever-less, electronically-assisted shifting. When the sensor on the shift rod detects the appropriate motion in the shift pedal, engine power output is momentarily adjusted to allow for the gear change to occur.

The quick shifter does not operate when the clutch lever is pulled, therefore normal shifting can be done even when the quick shifter is set to on. Check the quick shifter indicator for current status and usability information.

Quick shifter usability Indicator
Upshifting OK SBL00826.png
Downshifting OK SBL00827.png
Quick shifter cannot be used SBL00828.png
Quick shifter turned off SBL00829.png

Upshifting conditions

  • Vehicle speed of at least 20 km/h (12 mi/h)
  • Engine speed of at least 2200 r/min
  • Accelerating (open throttle)

Downshifting conditions

  • Vehicle speed of at least 20 km/h (12 mi/h)
  • Engine speed of at least 2000 r/min
  • Engine speed sufficiently away from red zone
  • Decelerating and throttle fully-closed
  • QS SBL00175.png and QS SBL00176.png can be individually set.
  • Shifting into or out of neutral must be done using the clutch lever.

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