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July 8th, 2007, 12:41 AM   #1
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Had a 450 at home this weekend for a suspension tune. Done Friday with the usual success. Trouble was it wouldn't go at all on Saturday after running fine on Friday. Would tempt occasionally with some noise but....
After an hour or so of trouble shooting, first thinking it was flooded, then finding a weak and eventually no spark it proved to be a dicky kill switch. This one has 2, one on each switch block. The dodgy one was on the right. Disconnected it and all was well, the LHS one works OK. Frustrating
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October 30th, 2007, 02:39 PM   #2
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RE: Kill Switch

You see ...the moral of this story is that if you double the amount of kill switches you double the chance of it breaking!!!
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True! Lets eliminate all parts to creat ultimate reliability.
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