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Old 05-12-2017, 05:35 PM   #1
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2017 CBR1000RR - OEM Quickshifter Install

On 6 May 2017 I purchased a 2017 Honda CBR1000RR ABS and ordered the Honda quickshifter. The OEM quickshifter is an option on the Base and ABS models. It is standard on the SPs. I installed it today. The ride is amazing. It provides Clutch-less Up and Down Shifts. I could not wipe the stupid smile off my face as I was testing it for the first time.

Unfortunately, the dealer told me Honda has the parts available but not the Installation Instructions. I was able to find them online (overseas) and they worked like a champ. I've linked them to this post.

Also, during the Quickshifter install you are required to use an SCS Short Connector tool (Part# 070PZ-ZY30100) to place the bike in maintenance mode. The connector is under the key locked seat on the forward end near the latch and is red. You just push the SCS onto the connector with the bike off.

That said, on the 2017 CBR1000RR you can also make the short by connecting the Light Blue and Green wires in the connector, which is what I did. (Other model years have different colored wires.) To get the SCS part would have taken 3wks.

When you turn the ignition on with the wires shorted, the CEL will illuminate. This allows you to perform the Quickshifter Sensor Initialization. It takes a few seconds.

As a side note, the SCS Short also allows you to read CEL codes, if you have any.

I did not provide a step-by-step process because the linked PDF is pretty straight forward.

It took me about an hour to complete the job.

Here is the Installation Instructions link:
http://shop.hondamc.se/K7MP3/media/P...8U70MKFD40.pdf

As for the Pics... The TFT Display shows the "QS Up/Dn ON" under the gear indicator.

Last thing, because this is an OEM quickshifter it fully integrates into the bike. I can turn on or off Up and/or Down shifts independently and adjust the sensor input force sensitivity from the dash. I also noted no difference in operation with everything on and using the clutch like normal. The system just works. I have not found a fault, yet.

I hope this was helpful.
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Old 05-12-2017, 05:48 PM   #2
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Nice ssb... congrats on the purchase 👍👍
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Old 05-12-2017, 06:27 PM   #3
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im fuckn peanut butter and jealous right now..... That bike is so fuckn amazing!!! And that dash.... I just want to stick my eyes straight to it... I'm so glad they redid the CBR with more tech on it finally. Really makes me sad riding older CBR's now haha.
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Old 05-12-2017, 09:42 PM   #4
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Thanks for the write up, I'm sure this will come very useful for future cbr owners
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Old 06-01-2017, 08:44 PM   #8
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Okay. I am ready to hear more about and see more photos of your new bike.
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Just picked up my OEM shifter kit from Honda yesterday.
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Old 08-16-2017, 10:47 AM   #10
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Hey so I'm having trouble jumping the SCS. I've tried speaker wire and paper clips. Is there something else that needs to been done to go into service mode. Do I have to turn the bike on?

Any help would be appreciated.
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SCS Shorting Issue

Re: 2k17Fireblade

I straightened a paper clip and gently slid it into the two pins. You need to make sure the clip is seated (metal to metal) on both sides of the connector.
Make sure the bike is off when you are shorting the pins. Once shorted and the bike is on (ignition only, not running) The CEL should light and then you will have access to maintenance mode.

As a reference you can look up the shorting tool wiring and see how it connects to the bike connector. This is how I determined what pins to short. The connector only seats one way and the pictures online show which two wires are shorted. I copied a photo of the connector to this note. Look at how the SCS connector clips to the bike. It only goes one way and only shorts two adjacent wires.

I hope this helps. Let me know how it goes.

Good luck!
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SCS Shorting Issue

Re: 2k17Fireblade

I forgot to mention... Make sure you are following the linked PDF install instructions (or the one Honda provided). The top left of Page 4 in the PDF mentions the bike turn-on process for maintenance mode and subsequent initiaization of the quickshifter.

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As an aside, this quickshifter install is without a doubt the best upgrade Iíve ever done to a motorcycle. Honda gets a huge win for the operation and integration of this add-on. It works just like it should and the bike can be driven normally with the clutch without having to deactivate the quickshifter.
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SCS Shorting Issue

After some discussion with 2k17Fireblade there seems to be a difference between the wire colors on his bike vice mine. Here is what I know:

My Bike:
2017 Honda CBR1000RA (w/ ABS)
Matte Black
Purchased in San Diego, CA
Wires Shorted - Green and Light Blue
For reference the other two unused wires on the bike connector are Blue and Yellow.

2k17Fireblade noted the wires to place his bike in Maintenance Mode were Blue and White. Hopefully, he will provide the details on his bike and we can better understand the delta.

For those reading this and fearing to short these connections on a new bike without the SCS Tool I'm providing some additional considerations and pictures below.

Considerations:
1. The connector is the same part number for many Honda products (including cars), so as long as your bike uses this part, this post should apply to your motorcycle.

2. The SCS Connector only fits on the bike connector one way, so the shorted wires will always be in the same connector location, regardless of their color.

You can see from the pictures how the SCS Tool fits on my bike's connector and the wires shorted.

This approach should apply to bikes of previous model years as well. Again, assuming the required SCS Connector Part # is the same.

I hope this helps...
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Old 11-17-2017, 05:18 AM   #14
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Hey man,

Firstly thank you for the write up.
The dealer here in UAE-Dubai installed the quick shifter forgetting to complete the last step (actually installing it on the dash via the ssc). I went back the next day and got that sorted using the pdf. instructions.

As you can from the attached pics, I added some upgrades including a yosh-alpha slip on which sounds awesome.

The problem is ever since I collected the bike with quick shifter & slip on installation the revs go up and down between 1100rpm & 1400rpm in idle/1st gear. Do you know what that could be and how to adjust it ?

The service guys over here tell me its normal but I doubt it 》》》

Your guys help would be much appreciated!!

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Thanks for qs guide ! Can you help me with tire diameter changing menu ? I canít opened even with scs short connector ?? I canít open sports kit menu .
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Hi

I bought 17cbr1000rr and i need service manual or owner manual does anyone has it and can share with me ?
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Old 08-25-2018, 10:38 AM   #17
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Sorry to dig up an old thread,i have just got a second hand ebay bargain and i am now awaiting delivery,quick question,the instructions say to remove the evap cover,now SSB your bike has one of these covers my victory red doesnt?no idea why,but is there any need to remove bellypan or can i just instal this as it is with no hassles
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Having problems with the downshift assist (auto bliper) had a 67-1 code, swapped tires, had a code, cleared it, but it still wont auto blip
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Old 11-20-2019, 05:15 PM   #19
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Intialize Failure CBR1000RR

Hey guys I just got my brand new kit, installation was easy and I followed it perfectly.

When I try to intialize on my 17 CBR1000RR, it says "hold neutral", then failure after awhile.

If I try to shift it immediately backs out of intialization, then from there it will fail immediately on starting the engine unless I disconnect the negative battery terminal.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, extremely frustrated right now. This should have been extremely easy and straight forward.
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Old 11-20-2019, 06:38 PM   #20
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Just an update guys, the bike never initialized but the QS and blipper are working fine.

Really weird, not sure what the initialization is accomplishing but i guess oh well if it works without it.
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