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BikeMaster
OEM Replacement Kill Button
$13.99 - $14.99
You save up to $2.96 (16%)
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BikeMaster OEM Replacement Kill Button Replace a worn out or non-working dirt bike kill switch with this OEM Replacement Kill Button from BikeMaster. Exact in stock appearance and mounting Plu...
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K&L
Kill Switch
$11.95 - $13.25
You save up to $0.70 (5%)
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K&L Kill Switch OEM-Type replacement kill switch designed to match stock unit.
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Moose Racing Billet Kill SwitchDesign prevents button internals from being damaged in a crash CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with an anodized finish Special rubber coated wires with injection m...

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Brent (Denton )

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THE Spark Plugs to Get

Awesome plugs. Replaced the aging plugs in my '02 Yamaha FZ1, which was starting to bog and sputter on acceleration, and these restored plenty of power and smoothness that had been lost to old plugs. A good tune up and fresh plugs is always worth it. Have used NGK plugs in all my bikes for years, and they've always performed great.

David (Mission )

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So far, so good...

This is my second stator after buying a cheapie on eBay. Installed effortlessly and that paired with a new SH775 R/R, everything is charging as it should. This is for my 1982 Suzuki GS1100G motorcycle.

Kirk Nixon (La Vernia )

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Hydraulic brake switch on 2003 DRZ 400 kicker

Fit well (2003 DRZ400 kicker) except that reservoir had to be slightly relocated due to wires on top of bolt. Hope my bracket holds up.

Sam (Conyngham )

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Good plug

I've been using this plug in my '14 KLR and pretty much do what they are meant to do. Starting the bike seems to be better with less choke or sometimes not at all. Definitely recommend.

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