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Old 02-06-2009, 12:19 PM   #1
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What's needed for HRP

What is needed to run a bike at HRP outside of full gear?

Kill switch? Anything else?
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Old 02-06-2009, 02:49 PM   #2
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Kill switch is needed. See the web site. Full Leathers are needed. I wanted to clarify full gear. The kill switch is cheesy. You stick on velcro and add a leash to it. Its very easy.
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What is needed to run a bike at HRP outside of full gear?

Kill switch? Anything else?
Kill switch and chain gaurd is all
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Old 02-06-2009, 03:12 PM   #4
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The kill switch is cheesy. You stick on velcro and add a leash to it. Its very easy.
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Kill switch and chain gaurd is all
Chain guard?

Hmmmm... I ditched mine, me thinks. I have a shark guard
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Chain guard?

Hmmmm... I ditched mine, me thinks. I have a shark guard

what's that?
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what's that?
goes under the swing arm just in front of the sprocket. Helps keep da digits outta there.
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goes under the swing arm just in front of the sprocket. Helps keep da digits outta there.
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Stick velcro to the kill sw.. hold on.
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wow... That passes tech?


Simple enough!
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wow... That passes tech?


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Whats tech? The nice old man that write white numbers on the screen? He doesnt care much.
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FYI, I went there on a Friday night 3 weeks ago and all they checked for was a chain guard. They didn't even check for the kill switch.
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They are probably gonna notice on the line though. The guy at the line looks a little harder.
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Within the last year HRP has slackened. Last time my friends just wrapped my extra kill pulls arount their brake lever housing and it passed.

This one was about 15 to make, ten being for the boat kill switch tether.

Autozone switch w lid. I cut it up a little to clear everything. Then just ran it inline with the oem kill switch; cleaned up w large heat shrink.

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