Wireless Starter Buttons






I upload this post on my Blog using a wireless network connection and fantasize at the same time on a fully wireless custom motorcycle. I know it’s not for tomorrow or even after tomorrow. But waiting for this happy event you can clean your bike by using a wireless starter button. It installs in replacement of the solenoid end cap and can be used as your primary starter button, or as a starter backup in case of electrical problem with faulty wiring or starter relay. Just make sure that the configuration of your exhaust doesn’t prevent access to the starter button. You can push start by hand or kick with your foot (hold your bike, please) which is my way to do it. Tech Cycle offers 4 different models to fit most starter brands and applications (.from 1.2 to 2.0 KW). Tech Cycle.     

2 Responses to “Wireless Starter Buttons”

  1. 1 ron Feb 5th, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    Hi, i just had one of these installed on my bike. But how the hell do i make it work? If im in nutral do i just push it? does the clutch have to be in…..sorry if it seems a dumb question but i cant call the shop because theyre closed (saturday) So im hoping you can help.
    Regards, Ron.

  2. 2 burnout Feb 5th, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    Ron you MUST be in neutral or engage the clutch. This setup bypasses all the electrical. When you push the plunger you may have to push it with some force. The starter will turn the engine even if the ignition switch is off. peace

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