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Tss bypass

snobyrd

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Can anyone tell me the ohms resistance on the safety throttle switch?
My wire broke off near the steering post and IV decided I'm gonna bypass it with a resistor.
My friend took my switch and was gonna meater it for me ,and he missplaced it, so now I have no switch to meter it.
 

Solby

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Tks, I knew that?
I bought a bag of resistors yesterday for 2$ vs the time and cost of getting one from online, was just wondering if someone already knew the ohm resistance of the switch.
Do a forum search there should be some info about this probably still in the Pro-ride section and maybe in the Axys section. I am pretty sure Perk on the forum makes the bypasses. Get out a multimeter and read it for yourself? I can check mine Saturday if I remember.
 

snobyrd

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Do a forum search there should be some info about this probably still in the Pro-ride section and maybe in the Axys section. I am pretty sure Perk on the forum makes the bypasses. Get out a multimeter and read it for yourself? I can check mine Saturday if I remember.
I did a search but didn't see any figures posted, I gave my switch to my trusted friend to meater it and he lost it??
 
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