There is power in spades right up the rev range and the gearbox provides smooth and quick shifts whenever you put your foot down - offering great versatility whether you're in stop-start traffic around town or cruising on the motorway.
What does QS stand for?
QS stands for Quick Shift (Campagnolo bicycle shifter)
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We have 18 other meanings of QS in our Acronym Attic
- Quarter Session
- Quarternary Structure
- Quartersawn (cutting lumber from logs to yield grain at approx 90* to face of board)
- Québec Secours (Canada)
- Québec Solidaire (Canada political party)
- Queen Scout (Australia)
- Queens Surface
- Quick Scope (Call of Duty)
Samples in periodicals archive:
There is power in spades right up the rev range and the gearbox provides smooth and quick shifts whenever you put your foot down - offering great versatility whether you're in stopstart traffic around town or cruising on the motorway.
The crisply delivered lines, swift timing, the quick shifts between different stage sets and some truly believable acting by Y.
During more spirited driving conditions, sporty, quick shifts are possible as a result of multiple parameters either through a Sport shift mode that requires simple driver input.
De Schutter cautions that developed nations will find it difficult to make a quick shift to agroecology because of what he called an "addiction" to oil-reliant farming.
Carr said it encourages quick shifts in focus -- and discourages sustained attention and the ability to think deeply and creatively about one topic and to challenge conventional wisdom.
Developed nations, however, would be unable to make a quick shift to agroecology because of what he called an "addiction" to an industrial, oil-based model of farming.
The serpentine edges look second nature to Walsh, as do the witty punches, quick shifts in direction, and shreds of a narrative, so characteristic of the Swedish dancemaker's ballets.