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Machined housing handlebar switches

I'm only about a week away from being able to start shipping these.

Consider this an official start to the sale of my bar switches.

The left side bar will have the same as the stock setup. A button for left signal mounted on the back, the blue button for high beams, the middle button for right signal, and the bottom for horn.

If you activate both the left and right you get four ways. These are push on push off buttons.

These are 100% plug and play. No cutting no splicing. The clutch switch and brake light switch are accommodated for.

The right side will have the kill switch, start button, and two auxiliary switches.

My suggestions for these aux switches are 1) headlight kill. This would be a button to shut off both headlights regardless of high beam switch position. Great for track day riders. 2) fan switch. This would only be available for sp2 owners. Though I'm looking into sp1 compatibility 3) garage door opener. I'll provide flying leads and instructions for setting up a door opener button. 4) map switch. Again I'll provide flying leads to make the wiring simple.

Pricing will be 225 usd per side if purchased individually. If purchased as a set the buyer will pay 420 usd. These costs include PayPal fees and shipping inside north America.

If there are any questions please let me know.

The switch colors and housing finish are set in stone. It's just too difficult logistically to make custom stuff. The switches are 6-8 weeks from the factory with a minimum order of 10, so I can't offer much customization. The anodized finish is a nice flat black anodize. Very durable and easy to maintain. All the connections are sealed with hot glue to prevent mechanical vibration and water ingression while still allowing serviceability of the connections should they need it.

See pics to get an idea of what I'm offering.



any questions let me know! international shipping will be an additional 10 dollars.
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Very nicely done!
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i have three sets specially for sp2 ready to ship right now. come with plug and play fan control, and flying leads for the door opener. i'll include instructions for setting up the door opener. it's very simple.
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Curious of where you got those on/off buttons from cuz I found some at my local electronic supplier but they, as of now, only have the “momentary” type.

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I had to special order mine from Otto controls.


They arent cheap but they are the proper switch for the job


I bought some like you have there and they're total garbage. The button caps fall off very easily. Wouldn't even bother with them.
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I had to special order mine from Otto controls.


They arent cheap but they are the proper switch for the job


I bought some like you have there and they're total garbage. The button caps fall off very easily. Wouldn't even bother with them.
Couldn’t find pics or part#s for this particular bottons on their website (kinda hard to maneuver there). Do you have the part #s for it? Curious how much each....just need to delete key on my track bike and replace it with one like you have.
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I can built you a key delete if you want.


The latching switches are about 10 bucks each. Momentary around 7.


If you want to do a key delete be advised to use a relay and not just run all the power for the bike through the switch.

I can do a plug and play setup for you
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I can built you a key delete if you want.


The latching switches are about 10 bucks each. Momentary around 7.


If you want to do a key delete be advised to use a relay and not just run all the power for the bike through the switch.

I can do a plug and play setup for you

Nice....What is it going to cost me?
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If you just want a push button to drive a relay and turn your ignition on and off I can do it for 100 shipped.


I have everything to build you one right now. It'll be 100% plug and play. Not a single wire to cut whatsoever


The switch comes on a black anodized bracket that can mount under an m6 bolt like the pinch bolt for your master cylinder.
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I think I’m going to pass for now. Thanks though.
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