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Question 2007 daytona 675 annitori quick shifter

So i bought a QS standard shift for my 07 d675. The setup was for stock rear sets but i currently have woodcraft rear sets with standard shift. i took it to the shop the other day and they found that the rod didnt fit correctly with my rear sets. I measured my rod and read at 170 mm. With the minus 50 mm it brings down to 120 mm. The stock rear setup rod that came with the QS measures at 115 mm. The Website says to measure downward with the closest measurement. With woodcraft rod it was 120 so realistically the 115 rod that came with the box should work correct? or am i missing something. i fiddled with the setup and came up with the pics below. Does the QS sensor have to point at specific way? i Snapped some pics could anyone with annitori QS with woodcraft standard shift help me out? thanks

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So I swapped the position of the sensor after looking at pictures and managed to get to this part. Can anyone who has this was tell me if I did the position right ?
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So I swapped the position of the sensor after looking at pictures and managed to get to this part. Can anyone who has this was tell me if I did the position right ?
Unless I did mine wrong, I think you have it backwards. The wire should be on the top of the sensor and should be routed through the hole in the frame. From there it goes up and back into the tail.
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So I swapped the position of the sensor after looking at pictures and managed to get to this part. Can anyone who has this was tell me if I did the position right ?
Unless I did mine wrong, I think you have it backwards. The wire should be on the top of the sensor and should be routed through the hole in the frame. From there it goes up and back into the tail.

All the pictures I seen the wiring goes towards the back while the front faces the shift knuckle . Now I'm all confused and not sure haha. Just got finish routing the wiring just need to do the power wire . Do you have a picture of yours that I can compare mine too?
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So I swapped the position of the sensor after looking at pictures and managed to get to this part. Can anyone who has this was tell me if I did the position right ?
Unless I did mine wrong, I think you have it backwards. The wire should be on the top of the sensor and should be routed through the hole in the frame. From there it goes up and back into the tail.

All the pictures I seen the wiring goes towards the back while the front faces the shift knuckle . Now I'm all confused and not sure haha. Just got finish routing the wiring just need to do the power wire . Do you have a picture of yours that I can compare mine too?
Honestly the chance mine is backwards is just as high. Though I'm assuming that since they can run push or pull maybe it doesn't matter?
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I emailed annitori and they said there setup looks fine on my end, need to wait for my air box to come before starting it seeing as I stripped the screw when I was screwing the velocity stacjs back in, dam plastic
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