kill switch to ground the primary wires


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  • rpyfz450

Posted March 31, 2006 - 10:59 AM

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Just like all the two stroke bikes, would it be ok for a kill switch to short the primary ignition wires to ground? The reason I ask is because tethered kill switches are required for ATV racing, but aftermarket tether switches are designed to close a circuit when the cord is pulled. The YFZ450 electronics are nearly identical to the WR's.

These tethers were obviously designed before bikes had on-off switches for their battery power.

thanks!




 
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