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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Aug 24th, 2019, 4:18 pm Thread Starter
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Is the DQS on the 1260 tunable?

I think mine has gotten a little out of whack. Up and down have worked pretty great for several weeks but now down shifting is giving problems. Up works fine still, which I assume is because it's just cutting spark when the switch in the shift linkage says to, but wouldn't down need to be sync'd with the TPS since it needs to feed in a little throttle to down shift smoothly? First down shift is no problem since I'm rolling off the throttle when I click it down, but the next one on a closed throttle ain't there....lever doesn't budge. If I feed a little throttle in with pressure on the shifter it clicks down smoothly.....closed throttle, tho', nothing anymore. I changed final gearing, don't think that would affect it Also changed grips, which required pulling the throttle tube away from the housing so I could remove the perma-grip. I wonder if the rheostat in the housing is super sensitive to positioning. Or maybe the RapidBike unit is f'ing with it?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Aug 24th, 2019, 4:23 pm
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Has the problem started when you changed the gearing?
Try re-calibrating the speedometer in the menu settings and see if that helps.

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Can the speedo even be calibrated?

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Can the speedo even be calibrated?

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Yes. There is a function in the menu that says calibrate.
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Yes. There is a function in the menu that says calibrate.
Lets put it this way, until the multi had a quick shifter (ie 1260) it did not have a tire re-calibrating feature.
I would definitely start their
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Good call, although it's called 'Tire Calibration' in the 1260 menu. At any rate, as non-intuitive as the process seemed in relationship to the QS function, it fixed the problem. I rolled along at 30mph for about 300ft. until it said the process was complete, now QS down works again.


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Lets put it this way, until the multi had a quick shifter (ie 1260) it did not have a tire re-calibrating feature.
I would definitely start their
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