Dynojet Quick Shifter DQS Linear Shift Sensor

Item Number: 343522


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Dynojet Quick Shifter DQS Linear Shift Sensor

Normally during "up shifting" you must roll off of the throttle and pull in the clutch in order to engage the next higher gear. In racing (both drag and road race), split seconds count. Rolling off the throttle, even slightly, slows your times and can be the difference between winning and losing. The Dynojet Quick Shifter (DQS) allows full throttle, clutch less shifting. This is done by momentarily cutting the fuel and or ignition, which unloads the transmission. During this time, the rider can shift up to the next gear without rolling off the throttle or using the clutch.

The Power Commander incorporates all of the Quick Shifter functionality in with the main fuel controller and is fully programmable. No cutting or splicing of your bike's wiring harness is necessary. The amount of "kill time" is adjustable by the user via the provided software. The user can also set a minimum rpm for the system to function. This keeps the system from activating at too low of an rpm, such as low speed road riding.

Linear Travel Sensor Kit - For applications where a bike does not have a shift rod, or the Shift Rod Sensor will not fit. One end of this sensor is mounted to the shift lever itself and the other to a fixed point on the chassis. This sensor is available in both "push" and "pull" style to suit all installations. A universal mounting kit is included.

Product Note: Only fits machines equipped with Power Commander III USB Devices.

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Country of Origin USA
Type Varies (make selection above)

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Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.


  • Monster 900 2000-2001


  • EX650A Ninja 650R 2006-2008
  • EX650C Ninja 650R 2009-2011
  • ZX1400C Ninja ZX-14 2009-2010


  • VMX1700 VMAX 2009-2013

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