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Just purchased an Annitori QS Pro and i am looking for some advice from anyone that has one. Does it matter how the sensor is oriented on the shift rod? Can the wire side of the sensor go closest to the transmission shaft or does it have to go closest to the rear set. My thinking is that since you can program it for up shifting and down shifting as well as push or pull, it shouldn't matter? I installed it with the wire closest to the transmission shaft, so essentially backwards in relation to the printed logo on it, just to be able to run the cable a little cleaner and tuck it behind the front sprocket cover.
 

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Ok so i called Annitori today and apparently they are telling my that it does not matter whether you install the sensor on the shift rod with the wire towards the front of the bike or the rear. So for anyone else who is thinking of buying one or has one and wondered about this, there's the answer.
 
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