An electronic quickshifter adds to the fun, allowing for full-throttle upshifts through the six-speed gearbox. A one-tooth-smaller countershaft sprocket (15 teeth) reduces the final drive ratio and further increases acceleration. Yet, in top gear at 65 mph, the engine isn’t spinning excessively, registering right around 6,000 rpm on the tach needle. Shorter gearing certainly helps acceleration, especially in the first three gears, but the speed of the e-shifter could be faster, as there’s a noticeable pause between gearshifts. It’s certainly better than a manual configuration, but most aftermarket setups we’ve tested recently function better.