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    On my mps auto shift box i hve the kill time set at 50ms and it works great, but when i spray some time it dont wanna shift ill have to push the button to quick shift the bike, so do i need to adjust kill time or wht?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03gixxer1k View Post
    On my mps auto shift box i hve the kill time set at 50ms and it works great, but when i spray some time it dont wanna shift ill have to push the button to quick shift the bike, so do i need to adjust kill time or wht?
    You must not be killing fuel? 50ms is kind of high and your talking about adding more kill time..I was having shifting issues last year when spraying,and switched to a fuel kill and it shift so smooth,You couldnt even tell it shifted,and had the kill time on 30ms

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    same here, fast, quiet and slick as butter.

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    No I'm not killing the fuel my mps box is hooked up to the coils

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    make sure its not spinning the tire..and how close is the switching valve to the ram?mount it as close as possible for shortest 50 ms kill time..

    You could also try a lil longer kill time..nos stays in the airbox a lil longer and not unloading the tranny as fast..
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    Thanks guys im do both move the valve cause its like 12inches from.the ram and up the kill

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