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Old 07-01-2013, 11:32 PM   #1
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So im ready....lol

Going to tard the wr. I want to get it legal first, so i need some advice. The procycle kit is reasonably priced, and comes with everything i need to be road legal. Has anyone used their kit. I will be using my stock headlight, so i save a few bux there. Im not sure if its dot or not, but i dont think the dunderhead at my inspection station will know the difference. That being said what brake switch(s) do yall use. Should i have one on the front and rear brakes or just the front or just the rear? Im pretty sure i can figure the rest out, just not sure which switch to use. TIA

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http://www.procycle.us/dskits/dskit.htm
the switches are halfway down the page.
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Old 07-02-2013, 08:09 AM   #2
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I was told both brake switches are needed by a Mc shop. I would try and get away with just the front. Is one of them not already wired for a brake light? My pressure switches have to be pulled pretty good to activate my light.
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Old 07-02-2013, 08:58 AM   #3
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Im not sure. Ill have to check later. Ill just add another one to my kit.
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Old 07-02-2013, 09:01 AM   #4
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I have plated 3 dirtbikes and I have never had the front brake switch. Just buy the hydraulic switch for the rear and call it good. I rode in on knobbies, no hi-low switch, and a non dot headlight and tail light and I passed. I know a place to take it for inspection and you will pass. It's in the Meyerland area. You need the "Green Sheet" inspection (out of state, non-registered bike) not the standard inspection sheet. It costs $1 more.
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thanks for the info. I wanted one on the front for safety purposes.
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Old 07-02-2013, 09:01 PM   #6
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Check out Baja designs as well....they have really good lighting set ups....

+1 on just having the rear brake light switch....safety and supermotos dont mix...
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Alrighty then rear only it is....lol. Gotta wait for two weeks to start buying . Wish i could cancel the wifes vegas trip lol
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Check out Baja designs as well....they have really good lighting set ups....

+1 on just having the rear brake light switch....safety and supermotos dont mix...
Yeah, he lost me with the whole safety thing. If you are concerned with safety buy a Volvo.
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