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MotoGreg

Neutral switch cover plate

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I seem to remember that it used an o-ring??? I can't remember if I had to use the o-ring from the original switch or if it came with a new one though.

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'92 GSXR 7/11 (Until I get a groovy 996 or GSXR1000)

'99 YZ/WR400F 'cause thumpers rule and two strokes drool!

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You're supposed to reuse the stock o-ring. I just cut off the wires and reuse the stock plastic piece.

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Through the advise of many on this forum, I installed a Terry Cable neutral switch cover plate some time ago. Looks very cool, fit perfectly, got rid of unnecessary wires...

I noticed yesterday that oil has been leaking from behind this plate. For those of you who are using this product, did you install a gasket or seal along with the plate? One did not come with it and I'm wondering if using the seal from the original neutral switch will work.

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99WR,WR timing,throttle stop removed,Uni filter,E-Series pipe,carbon air box,Pro Tapers,lights removed,YZ tank,13 tooth sprocket

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