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    any1 other then umi make stop switch holders?

    Does any1 other then umi make the stop switch housing for aftermarket bars?....or has any1 on here used a universal momentery switch of some sort?


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    That's nice....that should deff work for on/off right?....does it matter how its wired?

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    Its a momentary switch so it does not matter how is is wired. I have one on the MSX and love it small and sexy.

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    Ok soo once its wired in...it serves as start and stop functions

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    Anybody got any ideas for mounting the other 2 buttons on a seadoo.... Love the Fly switch but didn't want to have 3 of them on the bars....

    Has anybody had any issues with it leaking water... I think they are made for atv's / mx bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTYP View Post
    Anybody got any ideas for mounting the other 2 buttons on a seadoo.... Love the Fly switch but didn't want to have 3 of them on the bars....

    Has anybody had any issues with it leaking water... I think they are made for atv's / mx bikes
    It's sealed very well. No problems here.
    -I did have it straight up initially but after leaning on it...oops Zoom... I move it 90*
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTYP View Post
    Anybody got any ideas for mounting the other 2 buttons on a seadoo.... Love the Fly switch but didn't want to have 3 of them on the bars....

    Has anybody had any issues with it leaking water... I think they are made for atv's / mx bikes

    On my ski, I put the mode/set buttons in the cowling, one on each side. It's a different ski, but same idea.

    I used these buttons, no problems at all.

    http://www.westfloridacomponents.com...h+4A+125V.html

    the rocker switch is for the bilge pump
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    Perfect!....

    That's exactly what I'm looking for...

    Any suggestions on how to connect the wires so they don't get corroded and wet from behind the cowl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTYP View Post
    Perfect!....

    That's exactly what I'm looking for...

    Any suggestions on how to connect the wires so they don't get corroded and wet from behind the cowl?
    I connected the wires to the little screw terminals on the switches, After I installed the switch, I basically coated the entire back of it with liquid electrical tape. No problems at all.

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