Perfect run/stop and start switch when converting to push/pull throttle.
I purchased a Domino push/pull throttle and cables to install a set of Mikuni flat slide carbs on my 1982 Suzuki GS1100E, and found the stock right switchgear which incorporated a single pull throttle, no longer allowed room to position the brake lever correctly. I searched for right side universal handlebar switches with an off/run switch and start button, and when I'd filtered out all the cheaply made Asian parts, there wasn't much left. Having just had such a positive experience buying the Domino throttle and Venhill cables from Revival, it was an easy choice. I've seen this very Domino switch on new low production motorcycles as an OEM part, so it's clearly a quality part. The cable is long enough Superbike bars, and one lead is terminated with a bullet connector and the rest pinned out in a Molex male pin connector. I crimped bullets and sockets on to integrate it to my wire while looking stock. I found a drawing with the schematic on the Tommaselli/Domino website, and I have the factory manual schematic. It took a little time with a multi-meter to get it all straight, but it works perfectly and looks factory. I expect a seamless job that works at least as well as factory, and this does exactly that.
Domino/Tommaselli Universal Control Switch - Right
Nice quality switch that looks good on my 1974 cafe project.