OK, so I think I've got something new and cool.
I've been shifting my tomos from 1st to 2nd using my kill switch. It shifts SO much quicker than when I would have to blip shift it using just the throttle its UNREAL.
it's a kitted a35 with the 64cc airsal reed kit with the sport touring head from treats, doppler er2 single reed, 14PHVA with modified stock tomos airbox, hunter pipe, parmakit box, the $33 clutch shoes from treats with 9.5lb springs on 1st and 2nd gear, blah blah blah.
So ok, now that you know the setup, lemme tell you about my situation. The killswitch I'm using is just a momentary killswitch, so it only kills the ignition as long as the button is depressed. Once i've revved out as high (or as low) as I want in first gear, I push my killswitch for a split second, reset my throttle to like 1/4 - 1/2 throttle depending on how high I've revved. The motor drops right into 2nd gear and off I go. Not only does the bike shift faster than when I would blip shift, I can shift at much lower RPMs then normal as well..its kinda wild. I'll eventually pull the tachometer out again and see exactly where I'm able to shift, but if I had to guess I would say i'm able to shift anywhere between 7000 rpm and 9000 rpm in first gear instead of only between 8500 - 9000 rpms like before.
Does anyone else do this? Has anyone else heard of this?
I'll try to get a video soon, but its like harder than normal to film cuz I need both hands to press the kill switch and control the throttle.