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$2.75 RC Kill switch for GSR40+ others

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  • $2.75 RC Kill switch for GSR40+ others

    I installed a kill switch on my GSR 40 the other day, and I thought that I would pass along the information. It is an inexpensive install, that was really quick

    Well, I have been building a GSR for the spring, and slowly adding things to customize it. I installed a new set of handlebars, controls, ADA hydralic Maguras with shocks, etc.

    Anyway, I don't really like the appearance of the stock kill switch, so I decided to do some research. There are many places that sell the RC style kill switch, but it was $8.00, and the worse part is that I would have to wait for it.

    So I took a little trip to Radio Shack, and voila, it is done.

    It was sooo easy to install, anyone looking to upgrade to an RC style switch should do themselves a favor, and save money by doing the following.

    The correct part number is: Radio Shack 275-1565 "Soft-Feel" switch. This switch does not need to be held in, you just give it a push, and it stays engaged; and turns off. Push the button another time, and it releases, ready to be started again.

    Ultra Clean install..........

    Anyone needed help, let me know.

    Last edited by collier; 03-26-2003, 08:55 AM.
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          Thats a pretty cool tip! One of the things that makes it very neat is the fact that it isnt a 'momentary contact' switch, which in effect adds something to the ' you cant start it unless I want you to' security.

          Not many would think about that when trying to start your scooter.

          Great idea!!


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            thats pretty tight
            I sold my goped