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We have been getting a lot of emails regarding the new RL Quickshfter, here are answers to some of the more common questions:

* 100% Digital Operation - No moving parts or mechanical switches to fail, ever.

* Lifetime Warranty against design malfunction or defect

* STAND ALONE design - No interface issues, no added hassles, never a mis-communication - everything in the RL is self contained operation

* HM's Strain Gauge sensor - Same technology used by MotoGP and World Superbike - nothing is better, period.

* HM's Intelligent Ignition Controller - the "heart" of the design, and what makes every other product pale in comparison

* HM's Digital Signal Processor - complex algorithms compensate hundreds of times per second to manage the strain gauge signals for flawless operation

* UP or DOWN shift pattern operation - the RL operates in either direction; can be changed anytime and as often as you want.



These are just some of the features of the RL Quickshifter to get everyone started. Please let us know if you have any questions, happy to assist and get them sorted for you.
 

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can i get a pm on price for 05 600rr. Thank you!
 

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This question keeps coming to us, so we thought we would try to clear up what appears to be confusion about the Annitori RL shifter and "connecting" to other devices:

One of the features that makes the Annitori RL Strain Gauge shifter so fantastic is that it is a "stand alone" product. It does not need to integrate with any other device; every function and control of the RL Quickshifter is self contained.

Which means it does not matter what ECU box you are running, or what software version they might be, or how these other boxes attach to the machine. You do not need to purchase any other "anything" (except a shift rod) to install the RL.

In fact, if you want to have a completely bone stock bike and run the RL, that is perfectly fine. Or, you can have a Ten Kate Honda World racing machine with every performance modification known to man on the bike, and that is fine too!

Why this is so wonderful is that there are never any software issues, never any conflict issues, never any "one product updated and lost mine" issues. The RL does not care if you have, or don't have, anything else on the machine.

Hope this helps clear up the confusion on this point, if there are any questions please keep them coming!
 

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Will the Quickshifter be exposed?
Some racing series do not allow supersport categories to have Quickshifters on,so device like starlane have those electronic sensor type & can be hidden.
Do u have the installation pics or diagram?
Can PM me the price too.Thanks.
 

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Will the Quickshifter be exposed?
Some racing series do not allow supersport categories to have Quickshifters on,so device like starlane have those electronic sensor type & can be hidden.
Do u have the installation pics or diagram?
Can PM me the price too.Thanks.
+1. Mostly on video and pics.. 

price plz.
 

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Will the Quickshifter be exposed?
Some racing series do not allow supersport categories to have Quickshifters on,so device like "brand X" have those electronic sensor type & can be hidden.
Do u have the installation pics or diagram?
Can PM me the price too.Thanks.
You devious little hellraisers out there... No wonder there are tech inspections!

Anybody want to design a 7/8th size CBR? Anybody here old enough to remember what that is in reference (real or made up) to? :thumbup:

Not sure that ANY quickshifter can be hidden, because there has to be some sort of "sensor" on the shift rod no matter who makes it, and the shift rod is always visible. The brand you mention still has a sensor and a wire running to the controller which is openly obvious to view, so outside of a blind inspector, you are caught. You can hide everything else easily, but an OEM bike has a plain 'ol shift rod, and we don't think any tech inspector is going to miss "something / anything" attached to the shift rod with a wire running up into the bike...

PM'd on the rest, thanks!
 

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Mostly on video and pics..
Not sure what kind of video there can be of a quickshifter, but here are a couple of images.

First is the three LED's for sensitivity. (We shot this, our apologies for the image we are not exactly professional photographers here in Customer Support!)



Here is an image of a sensor mounted on a shift rod:



The wire looms attaches to the plug top coils:



We hope this is what you were looking for?

Let us know, happy to get you any information you need!
 

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Price please?
 

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Happy to see about getting a video, but we are a bit unsure what you are looking for?

A quickshifter being used at speed, the setup procedure of the shifter, installation?

Let us know, happy to see what we can do, just not sure if possible...
 
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