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These universal switches allow rearset users to operate the rear brake light. This all-in-one unit replaces the banjo bolt that connects the rear master cylinder to the rear brake line. You simply replace the bolt with this assembly and splice the wires into your existing brake light switch. The pressure inside your brake system then activates the brake light.
Works and fits exactly as described
Works as described and fit my 2003 Kawasaki zx6r perfectly (coarse threads M10-1.25).
Install was easy and plugged right into existing wiring.
Only weak link was that the wires coming out of the banjo bolt seemed unsupported and vulnerable. Used electrical tape and taped it up to the protective wiring sheath.
April 6, 2015
Great To Have If You Commute And Attend Track Days
If you plan to upgrade to Woodcraft Rearsets and you commute on your bike plus occasionally attend track days, then you probably would want to get this simple switch so that it allows your rear brake light to work while on the street. The rearsets do not come with this part therefore you will need to get it. Since i'm going with Woodcraft Rearsets, I mind as well buy this product from the same company.
March 29, 2015
exactly as advertised
If you are at all competent at wiring, installation should be a breeze. In order for this product to function correctly, you will need to bleed your rear brake lines, so the installation of this product may be a little more involved than you had bargained for. Once installed the pressure switch works perfectly as long as you get all of the air out of your lines. Give yourself a solid hour for install, start to finish.
September 29, 2014
Brake Light Switch
Had racing rearsets on my Aprilia but the rear brake would not light up my tail light. Installed this and everything is working now.
September 30, 2013
great solution. Needs a boot for wires
This bolt needs to include a boot cover the bold head and the first inch of wiring, just for protection and smooth aesthetics. Also, if you want to solder these wires to your brake OEM wires this install can get a little more difficult. However, that's how it should be done. Reduces electrical resistance. Finally, you have to bleed the brakes to install this banjo bolt.
Having said that, it's a great product. it fits really well and works perfectly. Also, using this eliminates the need for a spring cluttering the brake-side rearset. Afterward, the brake switch is connected to the master cylinder, not the rearset itself. Makes switching out rearsets super easy.
August 12, 2013
Worked As Described
Worked Just As it should, Installation on my daytona 675 couldnt have been easier... took about 15 minutes start to finish
March 28, 2011
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