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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-10-2011, 03:52 PM Thread Starter
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sato rear set problem

i'm currently putting on sato rearsets for my 08 honda cbr 600rr can you guys tell me how to do the brake light thing or you jsut left it off?

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not sure about satos but with most aftermarket rearsets you can't use the OEM brake light switch. You can use a pressure switch.

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they sent this brake lights switch that goes into the brake master is that what your talking about?

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i got a pressure switch i can sell you for cheap...

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i left mine off, the switch is somewhere tuck inside the bike

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Pressure switch is the way to go, it replaces the banjo bolt on top of the m/c
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ok thanks
where do i hook up the wiring?

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Just replaces the stock switch, doesn't matter which wire goes to which pin - just have to hook both up.
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