I spent three weeks, made multiple phone calls, exchanged at least 50 e-mails, and sent one unit back and received another unit and I still couldn't get the new Annitori Pro to work on my 09 ZX6R. I installed a dynojet and had it working in 30 minutes.As an FYI the new Annitori no longer has HM software.It is not considered GEN3 because of this. (just semantics) It is the new pro series and i have heard there are several problems that are being worked out. The idea behind what they have is great but on release there are a few kinks it seems from what i have read and heard.
In my recent research the bazzaz seems to be a great product bit very high price. If I was going to spend $500 i would prob go with genuine HM.
In the end I decided to go with a Gen2 Annitori as all the reviews I read were very positive and it did have features that I was looking for. Can't beat the cost savings as well.
Good luck in your search!
The guys at Annitori seem great! More than willing to help. I think it will be a great product when they get it worked out.I spent three weeks, made multiple phone calls, exchanged at least 50 e-mails, and sent one unit back and received another unit and I still couldn't get the new Annitori Pro to work on my 09 ZX6R. I installed a dynojet and had it working in 30 minutes.
Keep in mind that with the Annitori Pro if you do not have an Android phone with NFC you will need to purchase a $30 USB NFC card to be able to adjust the settings. Either that or bum someone's phone.
In Annitori's defense, they did work with me to try to get it working and they did issue a refund.
Unfortunately my bike wouldn't even run properly with the Annitori hooked up. As long as it was hooked up it would cause the bike to miss.The guys at Annitori seem great! More than willing to help. I think it will be a great product when they get it worked out.
From all the racer guys i know who have used dynojet quick shifter it is noting but problems. Switches fail all the time. I stayed far away from them. Hope yours works out.
Alot of laptops will have NFC as well. Maybe check to see if your may be compatible.
If deep pockets aren't an issue stand alone HM or Bazzaz unit if you intend on doing fuel management as well. IMO avoiding from having to move your wrist to shift and back road riding isn't justifiable on droping the coin, these quick shifters like working at high rpm range. Sounds to me like you need to work on ergonomics or buy a cvt scooter :nana:Bike is pretty much stock so far. Just have my mirrors relocated and tank grips. Will soon get a full exhaust via M4 or Akrapovic. I will rarely track my bike but I will ride in the north Georgia mountains a lot. I'm mainly looking for ease of gear changing, improved time in between gear changes, not having to move my wrist every gear change, etc.
Then why are you thinking about a QS? There are MANY more things to purchase before even thinking about a QS at the moment. I'd ride the bike a ton more to develop the skills of a clutch upshift and downshift. Honestly, on the street, that's half the fun of riding; shifting. I don't see any use for a QS on the street honestly. If you are using a QS on the street, you are breaking the law. No way can you not break the law and use a QS as you need to be at WOT.Started out on atvs, rode dirt bikes for 10 plus years. This is my first street bike. So about 2 months haha.