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where and how to make a kill switch

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Old 01-25-2010, 04:23 PM
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hey guy was wondering if anyone can tell me how to wire in a kill switch for my bike and were to put it?

also was wondering what a good alarm would be for my bike?

thanks ppl!!!
 
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:42 PM
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ummm most bikes already come with a kill switch so might want to look into getting a stock one that is required for the bike

and as for alarm, i personally dont use one, i just have disc locks
 
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Old 01-25-2010, 05:46 PM
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Are you referring to a racing kill switch that cuts the ignition if you fall off? They are relatively inexpensive and wire into the kill switch on the bars.
 
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Old 01-25-2010, 05:56 PM
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I see a lot of cars that have a kill switch hidden somewhere that either cuts the power to the fuel pump or ignition. Hide it wherever you'll know that it is that somenoe else won't find it.
 
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Originally Posted by chainstretcher View Post
Are you referring to a racing kill switch that cuts the ignition if you fall off? They are relatively inexpensive and wire into the kill switch on the bars.
The tip sensor already does this.
 
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Old 01-25-2010, 06:28 PM
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Originally Posted by teko1020 View Post
The tip sensor already does this.
Ya, I hear ya. But try telling that to the track officials They are unimpressed with tip sensors and always required a kill switch that attached to the rider. And every time I went through tech inspection they made me pull the lanyard to prove it killed the fuel pump.
 
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:02 PM
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yeah i mean a hidden one so that way no one else could start my bike cuz i am the 3rd owner as far as i know and ppl always keep spares to there old bike/cars ukno so if any one has any advise as what i could run a switch to please do thanks ppl!!!

as for the alarm i still am wondering what a good choice would be and how to install it....
 
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Originally Posted by nokef4i View Post
yeah i mean a hidden one so that way no one else could start my bike cuz i am the 3rd owner as far as i know and ppl always keep spares to there old bike/cars ukno so if any one has any advise as what i could run a switch to please do thanks ppl!!!

as for the alarm i still am wondering what a good choice would be and how to install it....
The stand has a sensor that kills the engine (when on gear). You can use that as a kill switch...

As far as alarms, I only trust the best in the industry = Directed (DEI - Viper).
 
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