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Does the 2016 H2 model have the feature for quick shift for gearing down.
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Yes if you flash with woolich racing then purchase race file
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You can also get your ECU flashed by Don Guhl and have the restrictions disabled and autoblip enabled(if it isn't already from the factory).2015 did not have this enabled stock.Mr Guhl enabled it,however,apparently you're 'supposed' to use a zx10 sensor in it.I bought the sensor.Installed it as per instructions.I used it for a short while,but actually my 2015 sensor seemed to do the same(or better)than the zx10 sensor.So I reinstalled the H2 factory unit.I don't use autoblip barely at all.I do have to lighten the engine load when I use it though.It's alright.I pretty much have stopped 'hammering' my bike.
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2015 and '16 H2 don't have the autoblipper feature available in stock form, but you can activate it with an ecu reflash. You need a bidirectional sensor to be installed though, like the one from the zx-10 ('16 and up), H2 ('17 and up) or aftermarked like woolich, ft ecu etc. The stock sensor will not work for autoblip, since it's a single direction one. I don't know how it could work on your bike @h2madness! since there is no signal from the sensor when you're downshifting.
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lol.I actually don't think 'it's working'.Like you say,a one way sensor.But it will downshift fine if I do it right whith engine load.To a point that is.I don't shift it down without clutching it almost everytime.But It will smoothly downshift in the right rpm/load condition without the clutch.
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Thanks for all the advice, think for now I'll just ride it as it is.
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lol.Probably a good idea.At least until you're done with YOUR break-in...
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