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Ignition Switch

Discussion in 'General' started by BigMex, Apr 18, 2017.

  1. rottie1

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    I ran mine for years with just a toggle switch. I made a mounting bracket to go on the back of the coil and it worked great and no one else knew how to start it.
     
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  2. BigMex

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    Well I tested the switch it works fine. 2009 k9 may be time to get rid of the EHC.
     
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    Next question should I get the wire kit form ONE DEAD CUSTOMS I hear they are pretty good
     
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    I don't hear from anyone who has hardwired their bikes, mine is hardwired and I have never had electrical issues since. It's up to you. A lot prefer the OEM and endless computer replacements. Lol.. jkjk.. it's all up to you
     
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    I think thats the way to go, I had no problems for years
     
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    Thats why I went that way.. hard wired is hard to beat. The only circuit boards I gotta worry about is the led lights.. and I got extras.. lol
     
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