set at the minimum kill time. run the bike, if it misses a shift then turn it up slightly and run it again. the less time the better. usually the longest you need kill time if the shift from 1st to 2nd.
Well it really depends on the setup and what box you are using. I prefer to start long and work my way down to a shorter delay until it misses a shift. (the less mis-shifts the better IMO). Most street bikes will be around 60 - 75 ms with an over the counter analog set-up. Now if you are real careful, use a digital kill and tweak the setup you can shorten the kill time up a bit. I'm at 33ms 1-2 shift, 2nd gear on is 31 ms. Could probably go a bit quicker but not wirth chewing up dogs.
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