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Quick shifter connection modification

I have a PCIII/IM and a quickshifter. The problem is that the connection for the quick shifter is 2 pin, and the connection for the PCIII/IM is 10 pin.

I know the PCIII setup usually uses the linear shift rod/qs kit with the 10 pin connector.

I am hoping tgere is a way I can simply buy a (male) 10 pin connector an run the two wires from the qs into the proper ports to get connection.

From looking at the linear shift rod kit, it appears the only difference are the connectors, as it only has two wires running into its 10 pin connector.

So, can someone tell me which terminals on the 10 pin I need to run my QS wires to? Going to head to Radio Shack to get the 10 pin(male) connector and terminals.

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Did you get this sorted? The linear sensor is NOT normally used on this bike. We recommend the pressure style sensor. All of our current sensors have a GREY 2 pin connector on them and depending on whether you ordered one for a PCIII or PCV will have a harness that connects into this GREY 2 pin connector and will either have a non terminated end (PCV) or 10 pin WHITE connector (PCIII). You can use either if you can source the connector.
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Did you get this sorted? The linear sensor is NOT normally used on this bike. We recommend the pressure style sensor. All of our current sensors have a GREY 2 pin connector on them and depending on whether you ordered one for a PCIII or PCV will have a harness that connects into this GREY 2 pin connector and will either have a non terminated end (PCV) or 10 pin WHITE connector (PCIII). You can use either if you can source the connector.
I did. A friend had already done the same mod. The pic he sent me shows blue wire to the #9 terminal and green in the #1 terminal.

[ B x x x G]
[x x x x x ]

I haven't modified the connector yet, but will do tomorrow, probably. I bought the sensor used.

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