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Hi Guys, as the heading says, calling on mainly our forum sponsors. I am URGENTLY looking for a Brembo Banjo Hydraulic switch, I will be using it on my 16x18 and RCS 16 clutch Mastercylinders.
I need at least one urgently but if the price is right I will buy two from whoever helps me out here.
I know I have seen them on one of the site's on the forum but for the life of me I can't find it again.
The switch will be wired to my cluth so that I can start my bike while it is in gear without having to find neutral first.
I enclosed a picture for info, but ignore the price as I don't know how old the pic is.
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Hi Guys, as the heading says, calling on mainly our forum sponsors. I am URGENTLY looking for a Brembo Banjo Hydraulic switch, I will be using it on my 16x18 and RCS 16 clutch Mastercylinders.
I need at least one urgently but if the price is right I will buy two from whoever helps me out here.
I know I have seen them on one of the site's on the forum but for the life of me I can't find it again.
The switch will be wired to my cluth so that I can start my bike while it is in gear without having to find neutral first.
I enclosed a picture for info, but ignore the price as I don't know how old the pic is.
Consider it taken care of Dons

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Thanks Al, your generosity, together with Rob_b, PhilAgusta, theknurl, MRT, Tony Dexter and CAG, to name but a few, has made this a great week for the #33 team.
Thanks soo much. You can't wipe the grin of my mug at the moment, I am getting real excited over here.

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Thanks soo much. You can't wipe the grin of my mug at the moment, I am getting real excited over here.
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A jumper wire across the clutch switch plug should give you that option . It works on a 750. Not ideal combined with race shift drum and a jumper on sidestand as well. Having no neutral light forgetfull folks can fire their bikes off side stands.
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A jumper wire across the clutch switch plug should give you that option . It works on a 750. Not ideal combined with race shift drum and a jumper on sidestand as well. Having no neutral light forgetfull folks can fire their bikes off side stands.
There is no clutch switch wiring, and with the Microtec ECU which has to see Neutral to start, my plan is to tap into the neutral switch wire to fool the ECU into thinking I'm in Neutral when I pull the clutch. Lucky I have no sidestand either .

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Thats a bugger.
So how does a microtec see neutral if you have a race shift drum. Think I answered my question I remember with the neutral switch wire connected it showed neutral all the time. Its been 6yrs since but 2 bikes both with race shift one showed the neutral light all the time and none on the other, one was disconnected, which is all irellevant anyway if you are using a linkage or road pattern.
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Thats a bugger.
So how does a microtec see neutral if you have a race shift drum. Think I answered my question I remember with the neutral switch wire connected it showed neutral all the time. Its been 6yrs since but 2 bikes both with race shift one showed the neutral light all the time and none on the other, one was disconnected, which is all irellevant anyway if you are using a linkage or road pattern.
I'll get back in my box.
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No stress mate, always good to discuss these things. I don't use the Race shift drum (too expensive), instead I just use a linkage to get Race Pattern Shifting.

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Thats a bugger.
So how does a microtec see neutral if you have a race shift drum. Think I answered my question I remember with the neutral switch wire connected it showed neutral all the time. Its been 6yrs since but 2 bikes both with race shift one showed the neutral light all the time and none on the other, one was disconnected, which is all irrelevant anyway if you are using a linkage or road pattern.
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No stress mate, always good to discuss these things. I don't use the Race shift drum (too expensive), instead I just use a linkage to get Race Pattern Shifting.
its the depth of the plunger on the neutral switch that shows neutral, the neutral notch on the shift 'star' is the shallow one......its the same 'star' on both drums......its the shift fork grooves that are different

Donsy i wish i'd known you needed a drum i sold one 2 months ago for $150
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still cheaper than linkage rear sets

Ian, you must pull the transmission in gear or remove the neutral switch 1st or it ruins the switch

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Donsy i wish i'd known you needed a drum i sold one 2 months ago for $150
http://store.proitalia.com/mv-agusta...-p-148149.html

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No stress Noel
I have been using rearsets right from the start because I am too tall for regular fitting units. So using a linkage was the easy way for me to get reverse shift.
If you do ever run into the SPR close ratio g-box, I would be interested, that tall first gear could be very handy.
And the shorter gearing might allow me to go back to a smaller rear sprocket maybe and use less chain etc.

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