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IF You Have A Pro Armor Kill switch Please ?

OK, I know there has been much discussion on kill switches for XX. Yes it is a "closed" not "open system. I have a Pro Armor switch that says it will fit universally not specific to any perticular bike..

The instruction tell you how to wire it up & mentions nothing about "open" or "Closed"........

so......

Will it work? If you have one did you hook it like Pro Armor says? one wire to ground...one to wire between stator & ignition coil?

DO NOT CONNECT TO THE HIGH VOLTAGE SPARK SIGNAL AFTER THE COIL


I know many of you guys & gals have kill switches & I think Not everyone has those $$$ closed Gunnar switches..
any info greatly appreciated here..

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This should help.
https://club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1093
And yes it does work.


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This should help.
https://club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1093
And yes it does work.


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OK, I know there has been much discussion on kill switches for XX. Yes it is a "closed" not "open system. I have a Pro Armor switch that says it will fit universally not specific to any perticular bike..

The instruction tell you how to wire it up & mentions nothing about "open" or "Closed"........

so......

Will it work? If you have one did you hook it like Pro Armor says? one wire to ground...one to wire between stator & ignition coil?

DO NOT CONNECT TO THE HIGH VOLTAGE SPARK SIGNAL AFTER THE COIL


I know many of you guys & gals have kill switches & I think Not everyone has those $$$ closed Gunnar switches..
any info greatly appreciated here..
If it is to stator and ignition coil, it is a normally open circuit. One quick way to check, if you have a multimeter, check the resistance with the lanyard in, go from the end of one wire to the other, if it reads 0ohms, you have a closed, if it reads infinite, you have an open. if you dont have a multimeter, you can use a test light, and hook one wire up to a battery, and the other to the light and the light to ground.

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