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    Any of you guys running a quick shift on a 97 tls?

  • #2
    Almost zero need for it on the TL Iíve found at least in my case a little bit of pressure in the upshift and then I want to shift just let off the gas a fraction and it clicks right into the next gear.

    Yes a quick shifter may be faster, but not fast enough to make it worthwhile on the street.

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    • #3
      Many here have run a quick shifter on their TL, although most haven't been active in a long time. If you're asking about what works "best" on a TL, perhaps you can get Sam to speak up since I believe he's used several different brands. IIRC, the last I heard him talk about using was Cordona.
      People not to buy from ...ckfrdrice...TeamDutch People that I have purchased things from that were great to deal with ...Vandriver, Sam, Ziggy999, TLMike, djkoenig, N2Wheelies, CalSportbike, ET79, S Winglet, Rifleman, Sully, Danny Never, h0ssman, The Ring-in. GhostMAFIA, Speedking...I know there's more...just can't remember everyone I've bought stuff from

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      • #4
        My '98 TLS upshifts effortlessly with no clutch even at high revs (track days). Put a bit of "pre"-pressure on the shift lever. The instant you roll off the throttle (not much at all... play with it) it will upshift. Throttle ON! I use the clutch pretty much to modulate that ferocious engine braking during aggressive deceleration/downshifting... kinda why I love this big-bore twin. Have fun!
        Throttle fixes everything...

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