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BikeMaster Kill Switch
BikeMaster Kill Switch

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Mr Bass Verified Purchaser
1 year 1 month ago texas
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Right one

I have been trying to get a kill switch that would work for my quad with no success,till I found this one.

motosport67 Verified Purchaser MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago oregon
Durability5/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Bikemaster Kill Switch

It took me a little longer then I was expecting to figure out how to hook this up but with the help from my OEM repair manual I got the job done and it works great.

38 Questions
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2018 YFZ 450R
Q: I have a 2018 YFZ 450 I need one where the wires are touching then when you pull the cord they  disconnect  What would that be closed 
3 months 14 days ago
Paul
Top 10
3 months 14 days ago
A: On a basic level, if your motorcycle uses a battery then it is likely a normally closed circuit. If it does not then it is likely a normally open circuit. Please check the wiring diagram for your bike to make sure.

Because your YFZ450 uses a battery, the circuit is normally closed.
Willis13
Q: What do I need open or closed for a 09 klx 140L
4 months 5 days ago
DaveGearhead
Top 1
4 months 5 days ago
A: On a basic level, if your bike uses a battery then it is likely a closed circuit. If it does not then it is likely a closed circuit. Please check the wiring diagram for your bike to make sure.
Thewitt
Q: Is a 400ex open or closed
4 months 10 days ago
Jeremy
Q: Do I need an open or closed for a 2013 Arctic Cat 150 ATV? 
Over 5 months ago
acp15
Q: I have a 1978xri85 and i dont know wqhat kill switch will work
Over 6 months ago
JerryGearhead
Top 25
Over 6 months ago
A: Kill switches are very universal, as long as it has a coil any kill switch will work.
Noslo
Q: I can’t fond the Manuel for my sons bike does anyone know if I need open or closed for a 2004 Ktm pro jr 50?
Over 6 months ago
Paul
Top 10
Over 6 months ago
A: There are two types of electrical systems used on powersports vehicles, thus there are two types of tether kill switch available - Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC). NO switches are the open type; they work by grounding the primary ignition lead when the tether key is pulled away from the bars. Once the tether key is removed from a NO switch, it will close itself, creating a short to the circuit to which it is wired (this should NOT be used to ground the high voltage signal to the ignition coil as that will seriously damage the ignition). NC switches work the opposite way of NO switches. An NC switch is connected in series with the +12V input to the ignition; when the tether key is removed, it will disconnect - or open the circuit from - the +12V source which powers the ignition. NC switches are typically used on battery-type ignitions which have a RUN/STOP switch that disconnects +12V power, an NC tether switch can be installed in series of these wires.

Warning: Ensure that you purchase the correct kill switch! To discover which type of switch you will require, please consult your Service Manual, contact your dealer, use the Switch Testing Procedure below, or consult the Model Compatibility list at bottom. Installing the incorrect switch type can lead to serious damage to the ignition and/or electrical system making the vehicle unusable.

Warning: Always disconnect the power supply BEFORE you begin installation. Failing to do this could result in serious damage to the electrical system or serious, even life-threatening, injury to the installer.
Burny332
Q: I have a DS 450 X. Will this killswitch work and what does it require, open or closed?
Over 7 months ago
Michael
Top 10
Over 7 months ago
A: I will need more specifics on your DS450X, what year is it, you will be able to find out if you are open/close in your owner's manual if this is applicable.
Pb973
Q: 2013 RMZ 450. Normally closed or open?
Over 8 months ago
Michael
Top 10
Over 8 months ago
A: You will find this information in your owners manual, or a service manual for your bike.
Eli Tomacs Butt
Q: Is a 2002 KX100 open or closed
Over 8 months ago
Paul
Top 10
Over 8 months ago
A: The stock kill switch on the KX100 is normally open.
Caleb L
Q: I have a 2018 RMZ 450, would that be an open circuit or closed? 
Over 9 months ago
Michael
Top 10
Over 9 months ago
A: This answer is best found in your owner's manual, or a service manual for your bike.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Normally Open 26-6181
Normally Closed 26-6182
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