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Need a bit of clarification on rear sets and quick shifters

Looking at getting the Bazzaz FI manager and integrated QS. I've read that the rear sets will dictate whether I need a push or pull sensor. I'm looking at either Vortex or Woodcraft rear sets. I would like to have a GP shift.

Which sensor will I need? I don't really want to purchase rear sets right now, but I don't want to redo my shifter linkage twice.
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Re: Need a bit of clarification on rear sets and quick shifters

Have you rode gp shift before? be sure you like it before you fully commit ! you would be pissed if you purchased a whole set up and turns out you dont like it ! And most of the time gp shift has a push type q.s. and standard shift has pull type.
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Re: Need a bit of clarification on rear sets and quick shifters

riding gp is money. if you don't like it, quit riding. haha.

as for which sensor... why not just get the annitori rl for a regular bazzaz setup. it's a strain-gauge sensor, so it doesn't matter which way. and it's about the same price... but can be removed.



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Re: Need a bit of clarification on rear sets and quick shifters

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Have you rode gp shift before? be sure you like it before you fully commit ! you would be pissed if you purchased a whole set up and turns out you dont like it ! And most of the time gp shift has a push type q.s. and standard shift has pull type.
I've gotten a couple thousand track miles with gp shift... I'm ruined and cant go back now.
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Go annitori with woodcraft gp set. Thats what Im running. Hvent looked back since. The annitori is push/pull unit. easy peasy install.


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