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Boyesen Quick Shot 2 Accelerator Pump Cover

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Boyesen Quick Shot 2 Accelerator Pump Cover

Product Description

  • Bolt on the Boyesen Quick Shot 2 Accelerator Pump Cover for the missing link your high performance dirt bike or ATV is missing.
  • The Boyesen Quick Shot 2 will boost the fuel capacity into your carburetor by 25% over stock.
  • The boost in fuel by the Quick Shot 2 eliminates hesitation and bog when getting on the throttle.
  • Boyesen engineered the Quick Shot 2 Accelerator Pump Cover with a high volume check valve.
  • An important feature is the accelerated fuel delivery that only the Quick Shot 2 can handle.
  • Improvement on the bottom end will be a noticeable advantage the Quick Shot 2 will give.
  • Running your bike to the limits adds heat which can cause stalling, but the Boyesen Quick Shot 2 will reduce the chances of a hot engine stall.
  • Boyesen designed the Quick Shot 2 so it will fit all FCR Keihin carburetors.
  • The 2007 Honda CRF model houses a high volume check valve that manages fuel through a cartridge design for high sensitivity and instant acceleration.
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aichokeu Location: Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
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Quick Shot

Woke bike up and sounds richer!

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Location: Gainesville fl
Night and day difference

I put this mod on my trx450 and wow could i feel a difference basically when i would get into corners and hit full throttle the quad would bogg this totally fixed the problem now i have to grab on toght to my handle bara because i feel like the quad is about to take off!

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Location: Baltimore, MD, USA
Tons of power!!!

I have a 2006 crf250r that was bogging like crazy so I ordered the boyeseen quick shot 2 to see how it would go. After it was on I was amazed. The bogging was gone and the power increase was incredible. Got about 4 hours on it with great results. Only issue is that my valves didn't like it and I bent one due to the power increase. (Valves were stock and 7 years old). Great product already recommended to my friends.

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Location: Michigan
Helped a little

It helped a little but not a complete fix.

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Location: Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
Best $90 part ever

I just put this on my bike like an hour ago. After you get the fuel mixture dialed in, you're left with an incredibly snappy throttle response and more power than you'll know what to do with. I didn't even think I had a bogging problem until I put this on! Greatest $90 I have put into my bike.

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Location: HB, CA

Installed on my 2011 WR450 and my sons 2006 YZ250F. Must do as instructions say and replace O-ring on older bikes. Once you get to the bolts that attach the bowl to the carburetor the installation is easy. Re-jetting not necessary, but proper jetting overall is a must. It helps with hot starting and does smooth out throttle response. Hard to tell how much performance increases. Based on easier starting and better throttle response it is worth the cost.

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Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Boyesen qs2

i bought my 2005 Honda crf250r not knowing it had this already on it but after taking apart the carb and cleaning it i noticed it has this. my bike was always faster than the other stock 250's and now i know why.this is a great investment and its discrete so you can run in the stock class and nobody will know that you have this. it helps a little with the bogging issue but when paired with the R&D Power bowl the bogging issue goes away completely

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Location: Charlevoix, MI
Good tuning product

I ride a 2005 Honda CRF 450X. I have a full FMF exhaust system, with jetting tuning and other mods. This Boyeson Quickshot 2 definitely helped improve throttle response, snap, and added some power. Or it just made it feel more powerful because of better and smoother response. It did not eliminate bogging, but decreased it, and with the bike jetted to pour fuel to the low end, it is running strong. It is a little pricy for what it does.

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Location: Foreston, MN
Solid product

I installed one on my 06 TRX450r. It helped some with response. Still had a slight bog but not as bad. If you wanna get rid of any bog get this and have your quad dyno tuned!

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Location: milton, fl
Not that good

bought quick shot for more performance. it didnt improve response as claimed, but worse than that it leaks gas non stop. removed it and put stock back on. waste of $90.00. more mad that it wouldnt seal.

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Pete250 Over 4 years ago Location: Orlando, FL
If I buy this is there anything else I would need to buy also like seals or anything?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Nope, should be a direct bolt on right out of the package.
Wixom Over 4 years ago
Is this product hard to install?
i was wondering if this product was easy to install or if it was more dificult
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
This would be on the more difficult side. The directions that come with this part are very specific. Here's a little tip though, I don't think the instructions say this, but remove the whole float bowl from the carb, this will make the installation a lot easier. The hardest part with this job is getting the carb off or turning it sideways to get to the screws holding the bowl on.
Fabricator450 Over 5 years ago Location: Utah
Does the quickshot come with the gaskets seals and diaphram?
I specifically need to know if i have to buy the whole OEM diaphram kit with the stock cover or does this kit come with the diaphram and seals. (I need to replace the diaphram either way.)
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
No the diaphragm will not be included or the o-ring seal
Shorty99 Over 5 years ago Location: Davenport,IA
How is it on the higher rpm's?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Por+land
It's smooth in the high RPMS but you will notice most of your gains in the low range.
ChuckD Over 5 years ago
Why can't I purchase a QS2 for my 2008 CRF250?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
The Honda CRF250R '08 uses a different Boyesen Accelerator Pump Cover, called the Check Valve Model. We are in the process of figuring out why this will not come up on the website. If you are in need of the ASAP, you can give us a call and we can place the order for you on the phone. We apologize for the inconvenience, and will have this issue resolved soon.
crozman Over 5 years ago
When installed do you have to change jet settings?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Por+land
You might want to double check it just to be on the safe side. Normally the changes will be pretty minimal as far as jetting goes.
will222222 Over 5 years ago
Why does the one i got in the mail today look different than the one on the web page.. the bottom doesnt come to a nipple shape its just flat on botto?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
We use general product pictures to give you an idea of what the products looks like.
born2race Over 5 years ago
What all do you have to do to install and make the bike run good?
I hear you have to maybe adjust the timing and stuff, Do these instructions come with it?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
I installed on my bike and didn't have to do any adjustments to anything. Just install and go ride. Yes, instructions are included.
adam55 Over 5 years ago Location: honea path
Would this be the best thing 2 buy 2 take the bog out of my 250 rm-z 2007?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
It's just one of the better things to do as far as simple bolt ons. So it should definitely help
Rideblue Over 6 years ago
How easy is it to install?
Do you have to take the carb off to install it
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago
I personally installed one on my bike. I was able to remove the float bowl without removing the carb from the motor. If you can't access the bottom of the carb on the motor than yes you will need to remove it. It makes it a lot easier to install this with just the float bowl off.
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What It Is

The Quickshot 2 is the second-generation accelerator pump cover from the geniuses at Boyesen Engineering. Designed specifically for the '07 Honda CRF250R and CRF450R, the QS2 can also be fitted on all other four-stroke MX bikes with some slight carburetor modifications.

Hits

When the original Quickshot was introduced, we raved about its ability to eliminate the bog that four strokes suffer from when the throttle is twisted open quickly from idle. For 2007, Honda relocated the float bowl check valve to the accelerator pump cover, and the QS2 takes that design one step further. Bolting the QS2 on takes only a few minutes and can be done at the track if some precautions are taken to clean the carburetor and surrounding area first. (For our sea-level locale, the following are the carburetor settings we tested the QS2 with: 168 main jet, NKUS needle (2nd clip from top), 48 pilot jet, 45 leak jet, fuel screw 1 3/4 turns out, accelerator pump timing .115".) The difference we felt in throttle response with the QS2 bolted on was astounding. In stock condition, it was possible to kill the CRF250R's engine by holding the throttle wide open from idle, but with the QS2 installed, instant throttle response was gained. On the track, the bike felt livelier and much snappier, with no hesitation at all. Thanks to the instant throttle response, our test bike felt faster and more powerful, too.

Misses

The QS2 is model specific, but it can be used on other bikes if the ball bearing in the float bowl's check valve is tapped out with a small punch, first.

The Verdict

Once again, the guys at Boyesen have hit a homerun. The Quickshot 2 is, dollar for dollar, one of the best investments you can make if you ride a Honda CRF.

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