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post #1 of 5 Old 06-22-2009, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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Clutch lever

I want to do away with the parking brake and cable.I noticed a switch on the clutch lever and presume this is for starting in gear with clutch lever in.If I remove the switch will it still start but only in neutral.
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I don't have the manual at my feet so I can't say for sure. But in my experience, if the switch is gone, you will only be able to start it in neutral. I installed a shorty shift lever but I'm still using the stock mount. Because of the shape of the lever, it doesn't make contact with the switch until I push it down then pull in. The only time I ever have to do that is if I stall it in gear or something like that. But anytime I get it off the trailer, it's in neutral and starts without me having to do anything.

And I wouldn't mind taking off the parking brake either...doesn't seem to do that much IMO. There's been several times I've been pushing it around and stuff before I realize the parking brake is on.

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Racing a 450R I always start in neutral.
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Just wire the two wires together and she'll start any time. Just like the clutch is in! Had to do it on my 400ex switch went bad. IMO its a dumb switch anyways.

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Park break was the first thing I took off !!! its pointless,,, you have to take the rear break apart and remove the worm drive or the breaks can drag,,, I found a big rubber gromet to put in place of the park break drive
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