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The front brake light switch on my gsxr 600 k4 has given up the ghost and I remember reading somewhere about hydraulic switches as a replacement. Is there any advantage of these over electrical ones (I assume there's less to go wrong with a hydraulic switch)? I've had a look at a couple of sites - wemoto and demon tweeks among others - but can't seem to find anything, can anyone point me in the right direction for places to get a double banjo bolt with built in switch?


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i just bought one for my KTM as they are not fitted with an electronic switch as standard.

think it was about 11quid... much cheaper than the 35quid that KTM wanted for the aftermarket electrical switch!!!

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Item 26.


Price: £11.88 (Inc VAT at 20%) Stock item, normally sent out in 24-48 hrs

No idea if it would fit a Gixxer, but i would think there cant be a huge difference in banjo bolt sizes!!

http://shop.jimaimracing.co.uk/cgi-bin/ ... 0311051100

Edit: i took a photo too!


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Thread size will more then likely be m10x1.25 pitch

Joeman he wants a double banjo that's just a single

Not sure what they are like but they must work as they have been selling these for years

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