thanks for the reply.Assuming you are still running the stock sprocket and tire sizes, then the solution is to change your shift habit to meet the criteria for QS to work properly.
You can also try to alter the QS effort level (1,2 or 3) via the dash menus.
The - in the dash display means the QS feature has been momentary disabled because the criteria to permit QS function have not been met at that moment.
Understand the QS function is meant for full throttle up-shifts and the Autoblipper is intended for high hard braking clutchless down shifts.
The QS/Autoblipper features are really not intended for casual street use. You can read similar instructions outlined in the owners manual.
everything is 100% factory.
However per the manual, I'm using it as intended. This is copy/pasted from the manual, page 110:
"This system functions when the engine speed is more than 1,500 r/min (rpm) on upshifting or more than idle speed on downshifting"
It does not specify grip angle for throttle or hard braking- although I do understand the nature of the programming may have that intent. And by the way- some of these higher gear shifts are during WOT, close to redline... it's very disconcerting when it doesn't find the gear quickly.
Just sort of a bummer that this issue seems to be inconsistent. There are videos of other riders with the same setup banging up and down gears flawlessly, with far less throttle and mild deceleration.