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Hi guys,

Was wondering if anyone's had any experience with the Dano's Performance QS for our bike? When I search Google I only see some info for Yamaha's or Suzuki's. And when I search this forum nothing related comes up.

Link to the page here: http://www.danosperformance.com/Honda CBR600RR and CBR1000RR Quick Shifter.htm

Seems to be the cheapest option so far for stand alone quickshifters.

I was also looking at the annitori quickshifter.
Link here: http://annitoriqs.com/product_detail_1.php

But it is $30 more expensive. They both have 1 year warranty.
another thing that drew me towards the Dano's QS was that fact that it is not active until it is over 4000rpm which I don't think the Annitori unit offers.

The Dano's QS seems to have good reviews from the Suzuki and Yamaha guys.

What do you guys think?
I'm open to suggestions

Thanks!
 

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I can't speak on the Dano's unit, but there are a bunch of new quickshifter systems out there. Healtech just came out with a new one, which has a ton of nice features. Especially using bluetooth connectivity for adjustments. The way the sensor is set up, you dont have to change the shift rod either, which is also nice. So many choices, and its hard to find any reviews because they're all so new. http://www.bluemonkeymotorsports.com/qse/
 

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I can't speak on the Dano's unit, but there are a bunch of new quickshifter systems out there. Healtech just came out with a new one, which has a ton of nice features. Especially using bluetooth connectivity for adjustments. The way the sensor is set up, you dont have to change the shift rod either, which is also nice. So many choices, and its hard to find any reviews because they're all so new. http://www.bluemonkeymotorsports.com/qse/
That Healtech QS looks very promising, if it is as robust and is as smooth as the Annitori then I would go for it.
 

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can't go wrong with the HM Superlite QS.
 

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Thanks for all the responses guys.

Looks like the Healtech QS is the way to go.

I went this route because:
-Ability to fine tune
-bluetooth connectivity vs NFC (Annitori) or none
-No need for new shift rod
-30 day money back
-only $10 shipping to Canada
-I don't mind trying newer products

One is on order now and I'll keep you all posted when it arrives (I'm assuming a couple weeks since it's an international shipment).

Again, thanks for the responses. I wouldn't have known about the Healtech unit without you guys :)
 

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Thanks for all the responses guys.

Looks like the Healtech QS is the way to go.

I went this route because:
-Ability to fine tune
-bluetooth connectivity vs NFC (Annitori) or none
-No need for new shift rod
-30 day money back
-only $10 shipping to Canada
-I don't mind trying newer products

One is on order now and I'll keep you all posted when it arrives (I'm assuming a couple weeks since it's an international shipment).

Again, thanks for the responses. I wouldn't have known about the Healtech unit without you guys :)
Congrats, let us know how you like it. :thumbup:
 

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Hey guys,

Update.. I finally got the unit in.
It sat in customs forever!

Here's a video I quickly threw together.


Thanks!
 
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