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Product Description

  • Mandatory for many racing bodies and just a plain good idea for everyone else.
  • These kill switches insure that if you and your machine part company the engine is switched off.
  • This could save your motor or injury to someone else.
  • Available in both normally closed and normally open modes.
  • Works with any type of ignition circuit.
  • High quality, heavy-duty contact surfaces and durable construction.
  • Black.
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Location: Tennessee, USA
Awesome kill switch

I bought this for my lt250r restoration, it only took 5 minuites to install and it works and looks great id recommend this to a friend for sure!

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Location: Binghamton NY
Very essy installation

Just tie right into your ignition wire a d works great!

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Location: New Kensington, Pa

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Location: Southern Maryland
Great quality

Bought this to put on my son XR-50 to kill the motor. Works great and was a breeze to install, bolted to the swing arm and wired it in through the wire harness.

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Good product

works great and never failed me yet. buy it

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Timtam 15 days ago Location: Australia
Would this kill switch be suited for a yfz450 yamaha quad 2005/06?
BikeMaster Kill Switch - Normally Closed
mudhens20 4 months 6 days ago
I am going to be racing a 300ex in awrcs next season and i was wonderin if i needed an normally open or closed kill switch???
mike Over 7 months ago
Do I need a normally closed or normally open for a 2005 raptor 660?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For the Raptor 660 you would want the the normally closed switch wired in series with the red/black wire that provides power to the CDI Box.
mike Over 7 months ago
What the difference between normally open and normally closed?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
In a switch where the contacts remain in one state unless actuated, the contacts can either be normally open until closed by operation of the switch, or normally closed and opened by the switch action. Basically, depending on the system the ATV uses, the kill switch would need to either open the circuit to kill the engine(requires a normally closed switch) or would need to complete the circuit to kill the engine( requires a normally open switch). This all depends on what ATV you have to determine which style you would need.
Anthonytheawsome Over 8 months ago Location: Poughkeepsie, NY, USA
What's the difference between a normally open and normally closed kill switch?
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A normally closed switch has a completed circuit under running conditions and opens the circuit to kill the engine. The normally open switch does not have a complete circuit under running conditions and will close the circuit to kill the engine. Which one you need will vary depending on what model it is for.
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