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    aftermarket kill switchess start switches

    Hey guys. Ive been getting my skis ready for the new and need to fix alil problem on my g/fs GP1200 98 I put on UMI bars and steering last year and I ran out of room to mount the start/stop/kill switch due to the fact that it has mechincal trim tabs on it. I was thinking about putting on the Pringel kill switch and start switch. Has anyone every used any of these on their skis?
    https://shop.pingelonline.com/iwwidb...ubmit?comp=PEI

    http://www.pingelonline.com/kill_switches.htm

    http://www.pingelonline.com/handleba...ric_button.htm


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    Water-resistant switch, dose not mean water tight. They look cool as hell but just not shure it would hold up on a boat. Call them and ask.

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    I have one off a Kawi that is slimmer then the GPR, all you have to do is splice the wiring connector from the GPR.
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    how does the teather work on that one bill?

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    It clips under the stop switch, its a dule switch with the stop in the middle. nice setup, I think mark is using that one also. Thay would be cool in Billet

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    Jet ski solutions sells a military grade switch that looks very solid. It is billed as water proof .

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    Reviving an old thread - but could I use this on my 04 GPR? I put on Renthal bars, modded quick trim with ODI Lock-on grips, but the start stop switch is too wide to go in stock location. I don't like it under the bar pad...it doesn't seal.

    This would fit in stock location...same lanyard as Yamaha too right?

    Thanks.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kawasaki-650...edaa5a&vxp=mtr

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    aftermarket kill switchess start switches

    That Kawi switch doesn't have a lanyard post. I have the same one just with wires cut short if you want it lmk.

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    Yes it does, the lanyard goes under the red stop switch button

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    When converting a switch you can get nice japanese bullet terminals here:
    http://www.cycleterminal.com/bullet-terminals.html

    They also have the stock yamaha connectors you can put together for a factory look.
    http://www.cycleterminal.com/090-connectors.html

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