The problem is simply terminals are to weak. And are a pain when wires installed rather in of advance of or post when setting into mounting bracket. Change bracket or just send it pre wired 90% of people would get ****** or lost in install. Of these buttons.
Just got a replacement switch that was bad for one that was bad that I bought in the 3 switch housing upon installing. both times the switches are bad wouldn't recommend to anyone buy something else. Used a meter to test and are both bad
Revival sets a new standard for motorcycle enthusiasts.
Simple and ok.
I installed four of these with a motogadget M button to control horn, turn signals and headlights in a nice tight grouping just outside the left hand grip. Perfect! Everything fit inside the 7/8 handlebar and now I have an intuitive switch arrangement that looks clean and sharp, works like a champ.
I tried out a few buttons and these motogadget billet buttons are fantastic. The feel, feedback, and size are perfect! I have them wired to the m-button, then wired to the m-unit. Setup works so well. Love these buttons and highly recommend them! As well as Revival, great bunch of guys willing to answer any and all questions!
So small you can put it anywhere, used as a **** Switch. Its so cool, buy it! Even if you have no use for it, make up something to use it with, ita that Cool!
Awesome switches. I've got five of them mounted on my bike. They are a perfect size and you can feel them click with gloves on.
Works great, looks cool and very worth the money!
I purchased this switch to replace a nearly identical one that I had and broke last summer. aesthetically you will not find a better looking switch for your bike. It has a very consistent, high quality feel each time it's pushed. I had an almost identical switch originally installed on my bike, and after approx two months of riding, the connection terminals broke as they were very fragile. The design for this one is VASTLY improved and so far has revealed no weaknesses. Highly recommended. JH Denver, CO