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Annitori RL quickshifter instructions

Does anyone have the instructions for the old Annitori RL quickshifter unit with the round control module?

I want to check/adjust sensitivity.

The Annitori site only has the Pro unit details.

I've also earthed it to the main earth rather than the battery. I had issues which presented like a failing QS sensor, however the CPS died shortly after pulling the QS off, so I'm reinstalling it.

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I can't comment on setting sensitivity, but there should be no issue grounding to the main ground bus. The instruction to ground it to the battery is more likely for your own convenience, so you don't need to go hunting.

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I can't comment on setting sensitivity, but there should be no issue grounding to the main ground bus. The instruction to ground it to the battery is more likely for your own convenience, so you don't need to go hunting.
I was trying to eliminate a poor ground as a potential issue.

The bike was cutting out violently at WOT. It was suggested that the QS sensor was faulty. It was worse however the more fuel I added (But not sluggish like a fuel issue). So I removed the SQ and replaced the fuel pump internals. Next race meet the CPS failed, so I put the violent cut-out down to that.
I've now replaced the CPS and reinstalled the QS but am yet to test.

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Harsh shifting sounds more like the cut time was way too long.

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Harsh shifting sounds more like the cut time was way too long.
The engine would cut out like the QS switch was being activated, however my foot was not near the shifter and the sensitivity was on the lowest setting. It wasn't just occasionally either.

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Yup - agreed & conceded. Either a loose / broken QS switch with contacts flapping about inside, or a bad CPS breaking sync in the ECU.

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I built another bike over the off season, so the QS is actually on that bike now. I guess it should then easily show if it's working properly or not.

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If the symptoms persist on the new bike, unplug the sensor. If the problems go away, it's the switch; if they remain, it's the controller (unlikely, but possible). Assuming IT doesn't have a bad CPS!


So ... Do you need a replacement QS for the original bike? Such a deal ...

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Both bikes are gen 1 so need the stand alone units.

At this stage the "old" bike is being used as a wet bike, however the local track is being resurfaced (what a debacle) so I've not been able to test the new bike before it's first outing next week.
And as usual, life throws a few curve balls, and I'll likely need to sell the "wet" bike in the near future.

This QS unit comes with a blanking plug to allow you to unplug the sensor and still leave the coil loom in place. If symptoms persist, I'll just unplug it.

I'm not really in the market for another... and the AUD is pathetic when converted.

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*nods* US$250 (sensor & controller) => AU$385, but not such a deal if you wind up selling the bike.

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