Beware - NO KILL SWITCH - must buy a keyed ignition from Baja
June 26, 2012(Kansas City, MO)
The site says this unit has a kill switch - IT ABSOLUTELY DOES NOT. If upgrading from an older Baja Designs switch, you'll need to buy a keyed ignition separately (info from sheet in the box). If you have a "classic" dual sport kit like mine, you'll also need a new wiring harness ($120 for harness and keyed ignition), and even then, if you have a battery in the system, you'll have no way to turn off the lights (needs a fourth position)! I had to jury-rig a switch in from Radio Shack.
Cheap, but it works and is tiny
June 18, 2012(Sykesville, MD)
This is the switch that comes with the Trick Dualsport Kit. I had to fix the horn button which both didn't make contact and got stuck and the headlight and turn signal switches also feel cheap. But, it is small and gets the job done. I wouldn't use this switch on a daily commuter, but for a barely street legal trails bike it works just fine. I'm buying a new one to replace one broken in a crash, so it must not be too bad. At least it's cheap!
Baja Designs Handlebar Switch
October 12, 2009(Findlay, OH)
Nice unit, does everything it's supposed to. Thought it would come with a female connector plugged into the harness but didn't. I put it in a custom application and wanted to make it as clean as possible so if I could have left the harness connector it would have been nice, but I didn't have the other end. If you have a BAJA designs kit no worries it should plug right into your harness. But if you just want the switch have the side cutters ready!