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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbob View Post
    Hey grant , do you have experience with blipbox ?
    Apparently supposed to be plug and play
    Pal of mine has one on his panigale and says it performs well ?
    There ok, but will never be as good as the blippers that work through the ECU


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mechanic View Post
    Looking to get one of these myself for the same reason as you did. Do you have a part No for the correct shift sensor please ?
    http://www.translogicuk.com/quickshi...php?page=order

    TLS-DCS-R1-FF-140



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    Cheers Grant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grant123 View Post
    There ok, but will never be as good as the blippers that work through the ECU


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    This

    The blipper mentioned in this thread requires you to cover the front brake to use it. Get the Woolich race tools and its pretty epic. However, waste on the road but yes it is pretty cool lol.

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    Another black mark against the BlipBox is the price, at around £850 it is £100 more than a full rolling road tune with improved throttle mapping and all sorts of little touches (Cooler fan switching temperatures for one) using the Woolich software and Shifter/Blipper.


    I sound like a woolich sales troll but it really is that good, and I'm a Yorkshire man, spending more to get less confuses me. (Not that we're tight, We like value for money)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stonesie View Post
    Another black mark against the BlipBox is the price, at around £850 it is £100 more than a full rolling road tune with improved throttle mapping and all sorts of little touches (Cooler fan switching temperatures for one) using the Woolich software and Shifter/Blipper.


    I sound like a woolich sales troll but it really is that good, and I'm a Yorkshire man, spending more to get less confuses me. (Not that we're tight, We like value for money)
    Have to agree with you.

    I have the racetools package too.

    Awesome

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    Had the Woolich flash with WRT on my standard MT10 and it was very good, just the blipper is a complete waste on the road. Other than sounding cool when going down the box even on a spirited road ride its a waste.

    Will I be getting on my SP? Absolutely lol.

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    I thought blippers were the bomb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rishnak View Post
    I thought blippers were the bomb?
    They are cool as fcuk, BUT as Jamin said, there is absolutely no need for it on the road.

    Do I have one? Fuck yeah lol

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