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Old 04-06-2005, 08:08 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how to bypass the key ignition on the Raptor and still be able to use the electric start? I am looking to get rid of the key and dash as it keeps getting ripped off from low lying trees. Is this possible?
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Old 04-06-2005, 08:56 PM   #2
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Connect the 2 wires together. But that will be like the key is in the on position all the time. You could connect them and put a 2 way switch to use like a key.
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Get a new handlebar clamp with the built in mounts for the key and lights. Then you wont have to worry about the stock plastic dash flying off, because it wont be there.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Raptor660-cg
Get a new handlebar clamp with the built in mounts for the key and lights. Then you wont have to worry about the stock plastic dash flying off, because it wont be there.


I agree. Looks good too.
This is where I bought mine from. Says RAPTOR on the dash insted of the companys name. And I like that. Works for 7/8 handelbars stock stem. Tell them your a part of Bluetraxx and they'll take off a couple of bucks.
http://www.nossmachine.com/yamaha_atv_parts.htm
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