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I'm gonna install my new Tag T2's and want to remove the key switch. Is it as easy as just cutting the four wires that the key switch connects to, and wiring the black and red ones together? I've never done this and I'd still like my fan and electrics to work.
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Not sure about the wires jmoney. I would test the switch with a multimeter to determine what circuit 'closes' when you turn the key (or 'opens' for that matter).

Unrelated question: What bend did you get on the T2's? How do they feel?

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Originally posted by RedRocket@Apr 13 2004, 12:29 PM
Not sure about the wires jmoney. I would test the switch with a multimeter to determine what circuit 'closes' when you turn the key (or 'opens' for that matter).

Unrelated question: What bend did you get on the T2's? How do they feel?

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I have the cr high bend but haven't installed them yet. They look to have a slightly higher bend than stock but not much.
 

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I drilled a hole in my plastic and re-mounted the ignition switch and my overheat light. It looks totally custom, and you can retain the key for security if that make a difference to you??

I would post a pic if I could figure out how to do it?
 

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Originally posted by jmoney45@Apr 13 2004, 12:18 PM
I'm gonna install my new Tag T2's and want to remove the key switch.  Is it as easy as just cutting the four wires that the key switch connects to, and wiring the black and red ones together?  I've never done this and I'd still like my fan and electrics to work.
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Yep, that's how it goes. The wiring probably goes into a plug. Dissconnect it at the plug and hold onto it for a year or two then sell it on ebay with both keys and make yourself a little extra money. Why I say this is people mod there quads and add kill switches they try to take some of that stuff off when they go to sell it to put on a new quad. Then they realize they can't find or threw out their wiring and have to buy new.
 

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Originally posted by G-ROCK505@Apr 13 2004, 10:37 PM
I drilled a hole in my plastic and re-mounted the ignition switch and my overheat light.  It looks totally custom, and you can retain the key for security if that make a difference to you?? 

I would post a pic if I could figure out how to do it?
Send me the pic and I'll post it for you. [email protected]
 

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thanks guys iam going to take my key and light off too. :D
 

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We just unpluged ours and installed a pro design kill switch, It works awesome
 
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