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Can anyone answer what bin file was used when enabling autoblip with the zx10r shift solenoid from Brock's on Woolich..... I'm pretty sure someone on here said it was done with out getting the shift solenoid from Woolich that they sell.
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Can anyone answer what bin file was used when enabling autoblip with the zx10r shift solenoid from Brock's on Woolich..... I'm pretty sure someone on here said it was done with out getting the shift solenoid from Woolich that they sell.


As far as Iím aware Brock doesnít use woolich, his flashes are done via Guhl Motors.


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Can anyone answer what bin file was used when enabling autoblip with the zx10r shift solenoid from Brock's on Woolich..... I'm pretty sure someone on here said it was done with out getting the shift solenoid from Woolich that they sell.
The autoblip should work also with the zx-10 sensor, but on woolich to activate it, you need the race tool activation key, and they doesn't sell the separate "key only" feature like they do on the zx-10, but only the complete race tool package with sensor included.
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I had my 2015 flashed by Don Guhl.He enabled that blip funtion in there.I had the kit as well.I installed it.It didn't shift very well actually.I went back to my factory 2015 sensor.It autoblips very nicely,though I don't do that all the time.
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Thanks for all the information guys appreciate it. Will be debating not worth $400 for a silly feature to be honest when you can rev match downshift yourself lol.
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Thanks for all the information guys appreciate it. Will be debating not worth $400 for a silly feature to be honest when you can rev match downshift yourself lol.
To me it is worth it. It allows you to concentrate on braking and getting things right setting up for a corner more. Just a bit, and it is really enjoyable to use. First time for me in 50 years of riding, I really like it.
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