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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-11-2002, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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local drag strip requires kill chord

hey guys the local drag strip by me requires a kill chord be installed in order to drag,......i have heard of what i would consider a ghetto way of setting one of theese up such as screwing a screw into your existing kill switch and attaching a chord to the screw,......i dont like how that sounds and i am pretty sure that you can buy "nice" ones that would wire into the bike,..........does anyone have n e info?

I was gonna leave this blank,.....but i figured that would be to boring,.........
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A screw is one way.................But could look neater. Go to your local Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware and buy a small "D" clip style pin.

Once you have the "D" clip, drill a small hole in the ON/OFF rocker switch on the machines RH control (spring should be removed or modified). Once this has been done, go to Wal Mart, K-Mart or a like store and buy one of those coiled plastic "key clips" that attach to your hand/wrist. These will stretch just far enough to function properly!!!

HOPE THIS HELPS!!!


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