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The old adage safety first has never been truer than with dirt bikes – a large, unbalanced machine operating at high speeds across uneven terrain. If you make safety your priority, then you can relax instead of worry whenever you go riding. That’s why if your dirt bike isn’t equipped with a properly operating kill switch to stop the ignition in a hurry, it’s time to get a replacement from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We carry kill switches in a variety of styles and brands, including Tusk and Moose Racing. All you need to do is enter your bike’s make, model and year to see exactly which aftermarket kill switches will fit it. This ensures that installing your new dirt bike kill switch is as headache-free as possible. And once it’s install, when you need to kill the engine quickly, you’ll know that you can. (If you would prefer an OEM kill switch, we have those too. We carry OEM parts from most major dirt bike manufacturers.) We also carry a universal Tusk on/off switch, which can be utilized as a kill switch (among other things). When you need a quality dirt bike kill switch, you know that you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC!
Greg in KS
easy to install by removing mask, seat and tank. It is a tad bulky top to bottom but not in the way. Actually a bit thinner than stock. Wires exit the housing for throttle side mount but could be mounted on the clutch side if necessary. Nice to have one start kill button - good, solid productRead All Reviews
Ed in AZ
I don't know what the fuss is in the other reviews concerning hook up?! It's a normally open switch just like your kill button/ switch. Hook one wire to the wire going to the stock kill switch and connect the other wire to a good ground. (Honda dirt bikes / ATV's are the Black / White stripe wire from the CDI plug). If this is still difficult to understand then have a bike shop hook it up, and if that's the case then note: "You shouldn't be messing with your ride's electrics AT ALL!" Otherwise, this tether is easy and fast to reset. I know because I've had to do so three times and all with no time lost fighting a tether that won't reset. I'm happily buying another for the ATC250R I picked up the other day. Go Go WFO!!Read All Reviews