Ok - so the Autoblipper malfunction (which is actually a self-disable built in action) is actually expected on all 3 of those bike setups. The rear tyre size change will result in the expected and calculated counter shaft speed to be out of bounds for certain gear/speed combos and at that moment the feature will simply shut off - that is why you see the - in the display. The - in the gear display doesn't mean it couldn't "find a gear", it means the Autoblipper feature is not available at that moment you tried to use it. And yes, the system, its quirks and the handling of error states is a fuggen joke and very poorly implemented - and possibly dangerous and unsafe to boot. I would love to hear the feedback from the riders of these same bikes with the same setup but having swapped the Honda Quickshifter hardware for the HM Plug and Play Honda 2017+ Quickshifter load cell hardware. I sort of expect (and hope) the same failure will be experienced so Honda cant simply say you didn't buy the $3500 HRC quickshifter load sensor and that is why you experience the issue. We are very confident the reason for the issue of the - appearing is because the bike has no idea the back tyre is now bigger and that the counter-shaft speed will be out of sync with what is expected for the gear you are trying to select. All we need on the street ECU is the freaking sprocket/tyre calibration menu to be unlocked. Once this happens ALL the issues will be resolved. This idea that if the menu is available someone will enter an incorrect calibration and cause an accident is asinine - the ABSENCE of the calibration menu is far more dangerous in my opinion.