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April 23rd, 2010, 06:16 AM   #1
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70 Degree Racing Map switch and Fuel Filters

Greetings all,

70 Degree Racing is happy to announce the introduction of our on the fly engine map switch!!!!! This switch is fully compatible with the stock lighting multi switch, and offers an on the fly adjustable map switch, with a much easier to use kill switch than the stock lighting multi switch. The stock kill switch will also still work on the lighting multi switch.



Price is $60 USD + shipping. Contact 70 Degree Racing for immediate delivery!!!

70 Degree Racing also has the Pro fill tank pre filters, and pump filters available for immediate delivery. The tank pre filter is good for filtration down to 60 microns, and keeps debris from entering your tank in the first place.

The pump filter is good for 40 microns, to catch anything that might get past the pre filter, providing protecting for your fuel pump and making the stock in tank filter last much longer.



The Tank Pre filter is available for $27 USD + shipping.



The pump filter is available for $32 USD + shipping.



Or buy them together for $45 USD + shipping.

Contact 70 Degree Racing for immediate Delivery!!!!
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April 23rd, 2010, 07:35 AM   #2
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map switch and Fuel Filters

Very nice stuff Dale, I want the tank fill filter for sure, so how does the map switch work? It controls the light and the mapping???

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April 23rd, 2010, 07:47 AM   #3
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By "On the Fly" do you mean you don't have to restart the bike for the mapping changes to take effect, or just that it's easier to use than the OEM switch?
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No, you still have to kill the motor and let it stop before the new map will take, that's the design of the ECU system.

Our switch just lets you select the map you want, then, when it's convenient you can just pull the clutch in, and coast while you kill the motor and let it stop spinning. Then just restart the motor and the selected map will then be in service. Much easier than having to stop, and fumble around with the stock hard parts switch and then take off again.
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map switch and Fuel Filters

Thanks. I'll probably get both filters when I get the aux. tank (BTW - can't find a place to order them on your site).

The map switch - I have the stock one and I don't really use it - I always run in soft mode and I don't need to switch "on the fly" even if I did use it, but I can see how others might.
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map switch and Fuel Filters

got tired of fumbling with the weird ktm switch... so I'm in for 70deg's switch!

just got off the phone with John Wiser, what a great guy, really enjoyed the chat-

'70 Degrees Racing' rocks
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Originally Posted by CodeMonkey
Thanks. I'll probably get both filters when I get the aux. tank (BTW - can't find a place to order them on your site).

The map switch - I have the stock one and I don't really use it - I always run in soft mode and I don't need to switch "on the fly" even if I did use it, but I can see how others might.
We have been working on the switches for a while now, and we just got our first shipment of switches in, so they are not up on the web page yet, but as the gentleman above noted, a quick call to 70 Degree Racing will get you one headed your way!!
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map switch and Fuel Filters

Hey Dale,

Great idea. Just make sure I'm reading this right...your new switch totally replaces the stock switch right? Do you have any pics of it on the bike? I was hoping to see all the switches, rockers, etc.

Does yours have a switch for the horn too? Thanks.

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Originally Posted by husky123
Hey Dale,

Great idea. Just make sure I'm reading this right...your new switch totally replaces the stock switch right? Do you have any pics of it on the bike? I was hoping to see all the switches, rockers, etc.

Does yours have a switch for the horn too? Thanks.

Lee
The 70* map switch does not replace the stock lighting/horn/kill switch. One would move their stock lighting switch to another location. A suggestion would be to put the STOCK lighting switch on the thick rubber for the hydraulic clutch, and place the 70* map switch next to the left grip.

Sorry, we don't have a picture of one on the bike yet, I have one on my bike, but my bike is at the mold building company right now that is making our Sub frame gas tank. If you don't see one soon, hit me up and I'll put one up. We should have photo's and buy buttons on the 70* site in the near future for both the map switch and the fuel filters.

Thanks for your interest!!

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Gotcha. Thank you sir!
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