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help...need to buy a kill switch??

ok so need to buy a tether kill switch... anyone using any? also do I have to wear that crap all the time or just when I have too? The Honda dealer here sells them for $79 but see them for less...

when I called rocky mtn they said they dont make one for our quad...aren't they universal?



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I found a marine one for less than $20. I will see if I can find the link.Works normally open or normally closed. No they're not all the same the XX needs a normally closed switch. No you don't have to wear it all the time just loop the tether around the handlebar.

Found it.

http://www.offshorewake.com/store/Se...SWITCH-WTETHER

The only thing is you need something to mount it to. Like a aluminum plate mounted to the handlebar/clamp.

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If I get a chance this week I will post up pic's of where I tapped into the circut and my install.

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they are selling some on ebay too
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pro-A...Q5fAccessories
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You need to make sure this is a normally closed switch. Which is not the most common type. When I was looking for mine I seem to remember some switches requiring an adapter (additional cost) to use with a normally closed circut.

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Thanks for the heads up was thinking about getting one didnt even know there was a diferance
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You need to make sure this is a normally closed switch. Which is not the most common type. When I was looking for mine I seem to remember some switches requiring an adapter (additional cost) to use with a normally closed circut.
He is absolutely correct. The normally closed switch is easier to connect up, you can tie it right into your kill switch wire, which is what I did.
Nikki, you do not have to wear it all the time, just when you race. It is just for falling off, so your quad stops sooner than later, however it isn't a bad idea to wear it all the time. Once you install it, you can't really take it off. If you need help finding one, I got mine thru my shop, and it said right on the package that it was for a 700xx (along with a 400ex), just let me know, and I will give them a call and see how much it is. I get 30-40% off usually. It was a pain to install because I was in a hurry and sometimes have zero patience, but it can be easily installed in 20-30 minutes.

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