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    Default Best Kill Switch

    All my local 1/4 tracks require a kill switch to run. I found a few different kinds. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with these or if any of them are noticeably more convenient/easier to install.

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    Kill Switch, Lanyard - MPS

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    Kill Switch, Easy Mount, Suzuki Hayabusa - PMR


    (NO NAME but doesn't require any splicing of wires)
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    Pmr is what I have. It was easy to install and looks great on the bike.


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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    I would go with the PMR mount but utilize the MPS teether/lanyard. Best combo.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    Thanks guys, PMR it is! I will see how much mps charger for just the tether
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    about 10 bucks with shipping charge.
    Quote Originally Posted by gsx1300rr View Post
    Thanks guys, PMR it is! I will see how much mps charger for just the tether
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    I just like the quality of the MPS teether over some of the others.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    Quote Originally Posted by Commuta_Busa View Post
    about 10 bucks with shipping charge.

    I just like the quality of the MPS teether over some of the others.
    Have the last one from Schnitz.
    Install is a snap. Plugs into the sidestand switch.
    Seems to be similar to the PMR just with the plug and play wiring.
    10 bucks more but you need nothing else to mount as the 4mm hex to remove the fairing and a 5mm to change the clamp on the clutch assembly.
    Clean look ,easy to remove if you dont need it.
    I mounted it on the clutch assembly ,but it fits both sides.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    I used the PMR on one of my bikes and on the other I used the plug and play that schnitz sells. The one that plugs into the sidestand switch.

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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    One of those things you hope you never use.

    I have no complaints with my PMR. Looks good and easy to wire in.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    Yep that's the one on my race bike. I had the pleasure of putting it to use October of last year. It definitely works LOL

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    I just won the MPS kill switch teether

    anyone know which wires to splice so i don't have to take the case off my rocker mod.?
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    I have MPS, my screws that clamp it together rusted up real quick. That's my only issue.

    I'm thinking orange black... but don't cuss me if you splice into the wrong one, I soldered mine in direct at the switch, went up through the hole in the bottom of the case
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1d3on3 View Post
    I have MPS, my screws that clamp it together rusted up real quick. That's my only issue.

    I'm thinking orange black... but don't cuss me if you splice into the wrong one, I soldered mine in direct at the switch, went up through the hole in the bottom of the case
    suppose I should be responsible and do it the right way...ugh

    solder in and rust proof the bolts, roger.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    I solder about like an old man with parkinsons so I was about ready to take a hammer to the switch before it was over, lol. It looks a little cleaner doing it that way though
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    no tether is required per nhra rules if bike has tipover or bank sensor..It's in the rule book..

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenChild View Post
    no tether is required per nhra rules if bike has tipover or bank sensor..It's in the rule book..
    In this case it does not matter what the NHRA Rulebook says, most tracks will require it anyway. I race @ Englishtown and Atco in New Jersey and I argued that same point and they told me it was track rule. So call the track you intend to race and ask.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueHaya View Post
    One of those things you hope you never use.

    I have no complaints with my PMR. Looks good and easy to wire in.
    That teather that comes with the PMR switch WILL break . I have the PMR switch and my plastic teather broke after just 3 months of use. I bought the MPS and it works just fine and wont break.
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    Default Re: Best Kill Switch

    Quote Originally Posted by BiggDaddyBusa08 View Post
    In this case it does not matter what the NHRA Rulebook says, most tracks will require it anyway. I race @ Englishtown and Atco in New Jersey and I argued that same point and they told me it was track rule. So call the track you intend to race and ask.
    yep, nhra rules don't matter if the marshal says otherwise

    just have to that it all works out at your track.
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