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    Default Remote starter pff lowbrow. Good or bad

    Hey all, looking to eliminate controls and switches. Came across the low brow remote starter button that bolts directly to the solenoid. Here is a link to exactly what im talking about. Any experiance with these? Good bad. ? Im on a 2000 sportster xl 1200 http://www.lowbrowcustoms.com/remote...er-button.html

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    Those direct starters are great to have as your primary start button or as a backup in case your relay or related wiring fails. You can't go wrong having one. I'd save yourself some $$ and look on eBay or other vendors. You can find them for half that price. Just make sure u get the right fitment.

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    Also, just look to see if it makes sense with yer exhaust pipe. Mine, you don't want to restart without wearing gloves. It's close.

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    Switched to one of these after I had a relay go out on me. Never looked back.

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    That's all I had on this bike...




    O problems running it.


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    They work, just make sure your exhaust routing is not a conflict. I have a Tech set up, and have a remote, works good, ran this in the beginning, but went remote, exhaust was the problem
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    Get the led sled kicker and take that starter motor right off like an adult.

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    ^^ Words from a Youngster ^^
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    I've been using one of those for years, hardly ever burn my hand anymore. Wompy @ Still Kickin Moto has a really nice one that clears the exhaust better, a little spendy, but first class stuff. I gave up trying to get one, seems to be always out of stock..........

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    There are two quality types with those buttons...

    the shitty cheap ones that have a tendency to bind w your starter engaged, and that do not have a seal (cycle standard)

    and nice ones that have an adjustable contact and a seal and are machined vs cast (spyke)

    kickers and jockey shift on evo sportys are weird IMO

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