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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.
    Item no.03-0105

    Retail: $19.99(PLUS shipping)

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    Shipping charges will apply to this item. If you place your order now we will call with the shipping rate. If the rate is approved by you we will charge you the additional shipping. If the rate is NOT approved by you then we will cancel your order. If you do not wish to place your order now you can enter in the quantity you wish to order and your zip code in the Q&A section below and we will respond with a quote.
  • This part is a MUST HAVE item if you are going to ride your Woodcraft Race Rearset equipped bike on the street. Woodcraft Race Rearsets do NOT have a mount for your brake light switch linkage. This switch comes with a replacement banjo bolt and a pressure sensor switch that senses when pressure is applied, and triggers
  • WARNING: Laws concerning this product vary from state/province to state/province. Your state/province may prohibit its use on public roads or restrict its use to novelty, show use, off-road areas, or race facility areas only. In some states/provinces off-road uses are also prohibited. The manufacturer and retailer assume no responsibility for any use or application of this product in violation of any applicable law. Before installing this product, please check your state/provincial and local/municipal laws and regulations.
    The Q&A on this Product
    QUESTION:  I have a 2006 Yamaha R6R (not s) and would like to know what tread pattern I would need to use for this brake switch? I have a set of Woodcraft Rearsets. Also do I need the 10 x 1.0 or the 10 x 1.25? Thanks
    ANSWER:  All the Yamamha's we have checked (including your bike) take coarse thread.
    QUESTION:  i have a 97 cbr 600 f3 is it fine or coarse
    ANSWER:  All the Hondas we have ever checked are coarse thread.
    QUESTION:  which thread will fit my ducati hypermotard 2009?
    ANSWER:  Fine thread.
    QUESTION:  09 r1 coarse or fine and 1.25 or 1.00
    ANSWER:  You would use the coarse thread pitch 1.25 part number 03-0100. This is in stock.
    QUESTION:  hello, what thread type for 2009 ducati 848?
    ANSWER:  It is not needed for the 848. Our rearsets allow the use of the stock brake light switch.
    QUESTION:  what size switch fits my 2006 gsxr 1000 is it the 10 x 1.0 or the 10 x 1.25
    ANSWER:  You bikes uses the 1.25
    QUESTION:  I have a 2008 Ducati Hypermotard do i need a fine or course thread ?
    ANSWER:  Fine thread.
    QUESTION:  Hello,I have a Suzuki 2003 SV1000K Standard upright seating position bike,I am wondering which thread will work on my bike,Please let me know,Thanks.
    ANSWER:  You need the coarse thread switch for that model
    QUESTION:  I have a 07 cbr 600rr, what pitch will that be using?
    ANSWER:  All modern Hondas use coarse thread.
    QUESTION:  hi do u no what thread a yamaha wr 426 or no what one i will need. an how do u wire it up i have three wires under seat black n blue are conneted an a yellow is doing nothink
    ANSWER:  I have not ever looked at a dirt bike...so you'll need to remove the banjo bolt & measure the thread pitch.
    QUESTION:  Any idea what pitch vfr400 (nc30) uses ??
    ANSWER:  I do not, but every Honda I have seen so far uses coarse thread.
    QUESTION:  I just bought a 2001 cbr 929 honda and it has the after market brake on it.. The guy gave me the kit to hook up the brake light but there is no diagram.. How do I hook this up.. Thanks
    ANSWER:  It's pretty simple.. It replaces the banjo bolt on the rear master cylinder that connects the rear brake line. You then splice the wires off the switch into the OEM brake light switch, and bleed the rear brake. Normal installation time is about 30 minutes if you have all your tools and parts in hand. If you're not comfortable then definitely have your dealer install it...
    QUESTION:  is this the right thread for a 2001 DRZ250? and will you ship to newzealand?
    ANSWER:  I have never looked at a DRZ...for that bike I would remove the banjo bolt for the rear master cylinder and measure the threads. Shipping - refer to 1 Tail.
    QUESTION:  Will this fit the 1998 ZX9R, or do i need the coarse thread?
    ANSWER:  You need the coarse thread switch.
    QUESTION:  Which tread pattern is use for the Yamaha R6 2008
    ANSWER:  The coarse thread switch
    QUESTION:  For a 2008 Ninja 250R, course or fine?
    ANSWER:  Coarse thread in that bike
    QUESTION:  Hi Can you tell me whether the 99 -02 R6 and the 03 - 05 R6 both use the coarse thread pressure switch, or if the earlier 99 - 02 R6 used the fine thread, Pressure switch? Thanks, I have both bikes so I want to be sure before I order, Enjoy the ride, and best regards, Blair
    ANSWER:  Hi Blair Both of those models use a coarse thread switch.
    QUESTION:  Which Thread do I use for the GSXR 600, 96 - 2000 and the GSXR 750, 97 - 2001? What about the post 2000 GSXR models?
    ANSWER:  In general, the 02 and earlier GSXR's use the fine thread and the 2003+ use the coarse thread.
    QUESTION:  which would I need for a 2001 yamaha r1 with attack rearsets?
    ANSWER:  Coarse thread
    QUESTION:  Which pressure swith do I need for an 03 GSXR 1000?
    ANSWER:  coarse thread
    QUESTION:  Which one, Coarse or fine, do I need for 2004 GSXR 600?
    ANSWER:  Coarse
    QUESTION:  What thread is used on a 2006 yamaha r1? The one I order from vortex is 10mm x 1.25mm. Is this going to work?
    ANSWER:  Our records show the majority of newer bikes/models use the coarse thread type which would be 1.50 pitch. We do not think the Vortex part you have will work. Customer Service - Woodcraft
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