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BNR Motorsports Kill Switch/Tethers...

Have you guys seen these? They are pretty nice and I like the bar mount!



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That's a Pingle brand kill switch. I've been looking to buy one just can't make myself pay $100+ for a kill switch.
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I found them on their Facebook page....I wasn't sure if they made them or not....Very nice nonetheless!


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Holy crap. 100 bucks for a tether?!
I hate paying 30 bucks for a tether.
But the pro armor were the best.

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This is what I run. Cleaned up my handlebars so much!


YFZ450R TETHER KILL SWITCH / START BUTTON RACE KIT
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Very nice find Dabbed!


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Yep I really liked that it came pre wired ready for install and it plugs right into the oem connector. Installed it in a minute
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This is what I run. Cleaned up my handlebars so much!


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NICE!!! That is exactly what I have been looking for. Thank you
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This is what I run. Cleaned up my handlebars so much!


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I dig it.[ThumbsUp]

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This is what I run. Cleaned up my handlebars so much!


YFZ450R TETHER KILL SWITCH / START BUTTON RACE KIT
Hell yeah BVC makes some good shit.
If I get serious enough in xc/gncc I will get this and the headlight bracket they make

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Just ordered the tether kill switch/start button and the headlight delete bracket from BVC Racing. Going to send a email to Bill @ BVC to see if he can machine a small bracket to hold the radiator scoop/shroud mount. I really don't want to cut the OEM bracket just in case I want to put the headlights back on in the future.
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Pretty cool looking killswitch but $100 is pretty harsh. I have a great way to look clean and free up space on the bars, I run a standard killswitch, like Pro Armor, then replace the blob with this cool little start button that mounts to the clutch perch:
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Just ordered the tether kill switch/start button and the headlight delete bracket from BVC Racing. Going to send a email to Bill @ BVC to see if he can machine a small bracket to hold the radiator scoop/shroud mount. I really don't want to cut the OEM bracket just in case I want to put the headlights back on in the future.
You don't have to cut that oem bracket. Just leave it there, the 2 bolts that the shrouds have are enough support to hold up the shrouds already. You wont have a problem with just leaving the oem bracket floating there.


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Just ordered the tether kill switch/start button and the headlight delete bracket from BVC Racing. Going to send a email to Bill @ BVC to see if he can machine a small bracket to hold the radiator scoop/shroud mount. I really don't want to cut the OEM bracket just in case I want to put the headlights back on in the future.
You don't have to cut that oem bracket. Just leave it there, the 2 bolts that the shrouds have are enough support to hold up the shrouds already. You wont have a problem with just leaving the oem bracket floating there.
I am a little confused, thought that was the purpose of the BVC bracket to delete the giant ugly OEM bracket. In his description he said that you needed to cut the part of the OEM bracket off that hold the shroud. I looked at mine last night and agree with what he is saying. Maybe I will have a better understanding when I get the new bracket.

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Yes you're right, the whole point of the bracket is to get rid of the oem bracket. After you toss it away, what I am saying is you don't need to cut off anything on the actual shroud itself. The 2 bolts that bolt onto the frame are enough support for the shroud. After you install this you should post some pics! Maybe some before and after?
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Ok, I'm a bit confused... I thought you only need a headlight delete bracket to delete the headlights on a 09-13 YFZR/X. I thought the 14+ YFZRs didn't need one?...

I deleted my lights a month or so ago, and I haven't had a single issue just taking them off.
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Yeah I know what the delete kits are. I just thought the 2014+ YFZR's didn't need them, but the 09-13 YFZR/X's did.

I'm probably wrong on that. Oh well. Haha

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Yes you're right, the whole point of the bracket is to get rid of the oem bracket. After you toss it away, what I am saying is you don't need to cut off anything on the actual shroud itself. The 2 bolts that bolt onto the frame are enough support for the shroud. After you install this you should post some pics! Maybe some before and after?
Here are some photos of the OEM bracket that Bill at BVC Racing shared with me on cutting the OEM bracket. I personally would rather not cut this because I might want to reinstall the headlights in the future. Just trying to keep my options open.
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Crap. I wouldn't cut it either.

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