Hi, WOT -wide open throttle, air over air as opposed to electric over air is how the pneumatic ram connected to the shift lever is controlled.
Mine has pipes from the air tank to the button on the bars that go to the ignition splitter which is pressure operated.
The other has a button with wires going to an electronic splitter.
So basically I watch the shift light which is set at 6300 rpm and press the button each time it lights
I've got a slow motion video that you can see the gear change happen with both feet off the pegs, I'll see if I can upload it
I get it now, saw a variety when I was down there on other peoples bikes, heard compressors running etc. Thanks for sharing the different types for me.
I think what I spend & type I get will depend on my next runs after I can see what difference the exhaust makes over the 1/4 mile and if my times spur me on to this stage of upgrade.
Got to say though, watching for a light to change gear seems a lot easier than trying to get it right manually as getting the millisecond timing correctly with a simple switch are minimal. So thanks for clearing that up also (without calling me a dick).
The 13.5 second runs are like the quickest & the longest time ever, at the same time.
I think that statement may be an oxymoron in grammar terms but it's correct I think.
Littlebutquick did 10.6 with manual clutch & gearing with a T/H1 & ECM, if I could get anywhere under 13.5 with the T/H2 & ECM I'll be happy for the moment, unfortunately I know that won't last.
Thanks again. JB
:yup: it's a slippery slope