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Old 08-26-2011, 12:11 PM   #1
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New HM RL Lite Quickshifter Now Available...

The new RL quickshifter is a no frills stand alone QS system made by HM. If you dont want all the additional fluff, this is where you want to go.

I have tested these units pre-production, and they work VERY well. Simple hookup, and very simple setup. You have high/medium/low cutout settings (normal recommended settings will be medium cutout). Once you do that, you ride!

one of the best things is price. $279 SHIPPED in the lower 48!!

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http://www.superbikesupply.com/mm5/m...hifter-rl-lite






Features of the HM RL Quickshifter:
1) HM RL Quickshifters are Strain Gauge activated; the same technology used in MotoGP. Nothing is better; period!

2) No moving parts means the RL Quickshifters are virtually indestructible and carry a Lifetime Warranty against product malfunction or defect. (Crashing and breaking the product does not count.)

3) HM RL Quickshifters are the kindest and gentlest way to treat your gearbox. The RL uses the ignition side of the motorcycle to kill, which is far kinder then most other designs that come from the fuel side.

4) HM RL Quickshifters are STAND ALONE systems, integrated to the ignition side of the motorcycle as a quickshifter should be. No need for complex interfaces with other fuel side ECU's, no software glitches, no need for constant adjustments and no chance of failed interference to any other operational aspect of the motorcycle.

5) HM RL Quickshifters kill from the ignition side of the engine, so there is no chance of "extended" fuel burning, secondary injectors (which most modern sportbikes have) that are not shut off, or any other problems that might be associated with fuel side controls. Spark is dead, gearbox unloads and the RL initiates an ultra smooth, gentle and unquestionably fastest gear change you can get.

6) Every HM RL Quickshifter works in EITHER the "up" or "down" shift pattern. No need to buy "one or the other" for your shift pattern, and you never have the wrong setup.

7) Every HM RL is 3-way adjustable for lever sensitivity, so you can adjust for the specifics of your machine, gearbox and riding style. Nothing is kinder to your gearbox...

8) The HM RL is transportable, meaning it can be used on many different machines with the correct wiring loom and shift rod length. The RL is not tied to any ECU "box", so you can reuse your investment over and over! Multiple bikes, changing bikes during the season or buying a new one means you can most likely bring your Annitori RL Quickshifter with you for very little added expense.

9) HM RL wiring looms are "plug in and go". No need to splice or cut in any way, no complications with other ECU's. Straight bolt on application, and clean removal if the time or need ever comes.
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Old 08-26-2011, 12:19 PM   #2
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cool!!!! this will obviously work along side (not with) my PCV and autotune???
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Old 08-26-2011, 04:35 PM   #3
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Really liking this, I've been thinking of getting a slipper and this would go perfect with it.
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Old 09-02-2011, 09:51 AM   #4
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cool!!!! this will obviously work along side (not with) my PCV and autotune???
correct. it is completely stand alone.



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Really liking this, I've been thinking of getting a slipper and this would go perfect with it.
a quickshifter is VERY nice to have. you will not want to go back to using the clutch lever on upshifts ever again.
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Old 09-06-2011, 02:00 PM   #5
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Old 09-06-2011, 06:06 PM   #6
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Why did I just see this? Will need to add this to my list of mods.
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Old 09-06-2011, 06:30 PM   #7
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Old 03-05-2012, 02:57 AM   #8
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Can someone please post their feedback on the product
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Old 04-10-2012, 05:28 PM   #9
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How do i know what length shift rod I will need with this?
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Old 04-12-2012, 07:12 AM   #10
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^nevermind, I found the answer. Placing an order tonight!
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does anyone have experience with this. My PC quick shifter died when my chain broke on the track at 150 mph and wacked my quick shifter. need to replace looking at options
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:51 PM   #12
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Hopefully I will be able to put up a review after this weekend, assuming mine arrives before I leave for my track day on Thursday.

Everything I have heard though is nothing but extremely positive.
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why more mods!!! lol

QUESTION: would u need a slipper clutch to use this QS?

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Sweet so this is plug and play?
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Sweet so this is plug and play?
Yep.

Only extra piece needed is a shorter shift rod. Can be unplugged and resold if you ever upgrade, and fits a wide range of bikes.


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why more mods!!! lol

QUESTION: would u need a slipper clutch to use this QS?
A slipper is not necessary for any quick shifter.

Quick shifter makes for easier up shifts, slipper makes for smoother downshifts.


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Hopefully I will be able to put up a review after this weekend, assuming mine arrives before I leave for my track day on Thursday.

Everything I have heard though is nothing but extremely positive.
At the track now, however my package didn't make it, whenever I get it and can do a track day with it I will do a write up.
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Will this work of you do have a PCV and auto tune anyways??
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no i have got some DynoJet product on order. and i am looking into the ignition modules, but i do not know what it is used for?? and if i get that, i need to get a diff quick shift unit.
can anyone tell me what the ignition module does, and if the it is worth getting??
also where did you find the shift rod length needed??
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no i have got some DynoJet product on order. and i am looking into the ignition modules, but i do not know what it is used for?? and if i get that, i need to get a diff quick shift unit.
can anyone tell me what the ignition module does, and if the it is worth getting??
also where did you find the shift rod length needed??
No idea on what PC Ignition modules are.

Can't remember where I found it but I *think* it was 25mm less than whatever your stock shift rod is on whatever rear sets you will be using.
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Also, I just installed this kit finally this afternoon. A very easy, straightforward installation.

Well, after lots of cursing and flipping through my tech book to figure out how to get the blasted air box off. This was my first time taking off the air box on a honda and holy **** its ridiculous. Now it won't take me as long in the future but still...

Unless you are like me and had been putting off doing some throttle cable adjustments I suggest unbolting the top of the radiator and tipping it forward to get to the plug tops. Might need to have a girlfriend or carny with small hands help you.

Once the harness is plugged in it is as simple as bolting down a ground wire, routing the cable back under your seat and then the strain gauge down to the shift rod and installing the shift rod and making everything look pretty.

Wont have a real opinion on operation until I get to the track in two weeks, but I imagine this will meet or exceed my expectations :)
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Got mine yesterday along with some Woodcrafts. Install was super easy for me because I have track bodywork, still had to unbolt the radiator to get enough room for my big hands. Won't be able to test it out until my bike is all back together though.


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Got mine yesterday along with some Woodcrafts. Install was super easy for me because I have track bodywork, still had to unbolt the radiator to get enough room for my big hands. Won't be able to test it out until my bike is all back together though.


Yeah definitely not a complicated install, just a matter of getting to the plugs. Testing mine out next weekend. Be sure to report back.


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