m-Switch Mini Push Button Housing

$149.00
(7 reviews) Write a Review

THESE ARE MOMENTARY SWITCHES, NOT LATCHING. THEY WILL NOT WORK FOR HEADLIGHTS,, TURN SIGNALS, KILL SWITCHES WITHOUT THE INCORPORATION OF A CONTROL MODULE IE: M-UNIT, M-RELAY+, NSC-01.

DESCRIPTION

The Motogadget m-Switch Mini is Revival's preferred momentary push-button control when doing an m-Unit install. Available for 1 inch and 7/8's handle bars; these finely CNC machined hand controls, in combination with an electronic push-button control unit (not included in kit), are used to operate all electrical features: lights, turn signals, starter, horn, and more.

The casing is made from CNC machined billet aluminum and available in mirror-polished or black-finished surfaces, respectively. Two flush, built-in M5 stainless steel mounting screws ensure secure and stable clamping of the push-button control to all handle bars.

The push-buttons are of high quality, very robust design and vibration- and water-proof rating (IP65).

The m-Switch Mini is, of course, compatible with all common push-button controls, including the Motogadget m-Unit.

 

For installation instructions click here.

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  • 5
    Awesome product

    Posted by Alejandro Diaz on Nov 17th 2019

    Love these switches. Bought two with wires connected which made things easier for my cafe racer. The buttons are small but yo just have to get a good measurement from we’re your hands are holding the handles to a comfortable reaching position to press them.

  • 5
    M- Switch

    Posted by Bill on Aug 21st 2019

    Well made and and easy to install. They give you plenty of wire to work with

  • 5
    good part

    Posted by Glenn N. on Mar 25th 2018

    good part

  • 5
    high quality, great form factor

    Posted by Benjamin T. on Mar 3rd 2018

    Have 3 of these that I'm installing on my bike. they are beautifully designed, well crafted and have a great tactile feel. One improvement Motogadget could improve on is uncoupling the two buttons that share a common ground, just to provide slightly more flexibility in how a user wants to wire the buttons.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Joseph L. on Nov 1st 2017

    Really nice construction and quality

  • 5
    Recommended Custom Motorbike Garage

    Posted by Irwan I. on Jun 20th 2016

    Got a fast and valuable advice on my plans for the bike before purchasing the parts. Recommended seller!

  • 5
    Awesome

    Posted by Philip B. on Sep 19th 2015

    great products and outstanding customer service