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HM Racing GP Quickshifter

Well, I have decided to replace the Dynojet Quickshifter with the HM Racing GP Quickshifter. The key difference with the HM Racing example is the fact it has no moving parts using a strain gauge. Having looked at the software, the configuration options are endless. There are even rumours of a traction control addon. After a brief false start before fitting has meant its not been fitted yet. 

The GP Quickshifter is a great bit of kit with many telling me to go for it, so decided to bite the bullet. Having looked at the blurb, that it is a result thousands of hours testing and specialists in the field I am sure it will be great.

Initial impressions about the build quality is good apart from a rubbish HM GP Sticker thats already peeling off. Hopefully when its setup, I can give a proper review. In the meantime, that sticker will be removed.


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