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hey i have an 01 400ex and i have been wanting to get a killswitch lanyard for my bike. i have been wondering where does the lanyard connect to? do you need to get a special killswitch or will the killswitch on a stock 400 work?
 

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Just asking why would you want a kill switch unless your riding on a mx track they require them, but for any other purpose they are a waste of money IMO.
 

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Just asking why would you want a kill switch unless your riding on a mx track they require them, but for any other purpose they are a waste of money IMO.
I have chased my quad 100s of yards because i fell off and it stayed in gear, and on.... Idle will take that machine a long way. If it was not for the up slope I would probably still be chasing it.

ProDesign makes a good kill switch.
 

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My point...lol it's like real life Wii fit... ride, run, ride, run...LMAO I try to stay on my quad though i'm not a nut like you guys.

I have chased my quad 100s of yards because i fell off and it stayed in gear, and on.... Idle will take that machine a long way. If it was not for the up slope I would probably still be chasing it.

ProDesign makes a good kill switch.
 

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Let me show you, LOL

I over shot the landing...BAD






 

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I would have one on any quad I ever had. When we were kids I saw a friend of mines quad go right through a barbed wire fence.. If he would of had a Killswitch it would of saved his dad a couple hundred dollars. New Plastic. I have a ProDesign on my 400ex Have not needed it yet but I am sure it will come in handy one day. Its easy to install. on the 400ex. If you look at the ProDesign website I think they have a right up with a few pics of how to install it. My Advice is GET ONE!
 
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