Pro Circuit Launch Control, Black [obs]

Pro Circuit Launch Control, Black [obs]
Pro Circuit Launch Control, Black [obs]

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Kramer2 Top 250 Contributor
Topeka, KS

This has been by far the best holeshot device for me. It has 4 screws to hold the button to the fork guard. The works connection holeshot device ripped thru my fork gurad trying to hold down my RMZ450 since the pressure of the forks is only on one of its screws. This one has 4 so it holds down heavier springs better than others. This one looks awesome and performs great. I would recommend this one to anyone who wants a great holeshot, and wants a holeshot device to last!


I have one for my 250 and 450 kawasaki's and it works so well on the start, especially on cement starts, you can just rev your bike to your max and let the clutch out and it keeps the front down.

SeniorRacer Top 500 Contributor
Knoxville TN
Better ones out there

Got this for my 06 RMZ450. Never lined up very well and pulled through the guard after a few uses. Replaced the guard and got the WORKS Connection device. Much easier to install, worked better and cost less.

foxboy77 Top 500 Contributor
waldorf maryland
Good buy

i got this and i have a rmz 450 and it keeps that down so it could keep anything else down to takes a little time to set at the line you have to conpress the forks buy otherwise it is good and works good i just brought one for my 250 honda

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Top 500 Contributor
Location: waldorf maryland
Q: I was looking at my bike and the break line is cliped onto the fork gard and i dont see how i could fit one on that side. is there two ?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago Location: PDX
A: No this is a single unit that only goes on one side.
Q: Where does it go?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: The clamp goes around the fork tube and the bottom is screwed into your fork guard.
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