Rock KILL SWITCH

Rock KILL SWITCH
Rock KILL SWITCH

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ds450xrdr
Terrible.lost me my race

terrible.absultly terrible.it cost me the unadilla gncc race.the metal hook tht attaches to you got bent and unhooked to me.i got behind someone and got stuck.the teather pulled out like its supposed too.but then it unhooked my pants.which then i lost the cord in the rocks and wet leaves.last lap didnt finish which wouldve been a podium.also, this was the first and ONLY race this switch had on it.

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AustinW
Location: CT
Q: Installing on a predator?
Over 7 years ago
how do i hook this up to my 2003 predator there are no instructions. everyone says just go for the closed type bec this will prob hurt my quad. Will this open type hurt my quad bec i have a procom rev box and recifier and i dont want to mess them up. what would the correct way to hook this up be ive heard it is ground the short side and run the longer wire to the coil i have no clue i need help thanx
pjay
Top 500 Contributor
Over 7 years ago Location: Yakima, WA
A: easiest thing to do is look at your stator their should be one wire coming from it. open it up and their should be two colored wires. just splice into those. I just installed a kill switch on my bike and the switch was backward it was'nt completing the circuit when it was pushed in. a quick trip to autozone fixed that.
racer36
Q: How would I wire this rock tether-pull kill up to my 300ex? Thanks?
Over 7 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: Mounts with a simple 2-wire installation.
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