Motone 2 and 3 Button Microswitches

$85.00 - $100.00
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Availability:
7/8"(22mm) 3-Button Black switches are currently on manufacturer backorder. No ETA status at this time. - 8/7

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.

Custom universal microswitches for your motorcycle project. Wire these Motone switches to control any of the variety of hand controls that you need on your bike.

Works well with the Motogadget m-Unit.

    • Commercial grade watertight protection.
    • Available in black or chrome
    • 7/8" or 1" metric handlebars
    • Momentary action (horn, turn signal, lights)
    • IP65 protection rated against water ingress

Pictured with Domino Universal Throttle and Domino Vintage Throttle

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  • 4
    Very good

    Posted by Curtis H. on Mar 7th 2018

    Costly but very nice have yet to install them but they seem very well built.

  • 5
    Well Built Switches

    Posted by Jake F. on Jan 31st 2018

    Very solid switches. A bit tricky to get the wiring done, but once assembled they are very solid. No problems after a few months of use

  • 5
    Pretty quality product. Good alternatives

    Posted by Rick H. on Nov 3rd 2017

    Pretty quality product. Good alternatives to go gadget stuff. You don't have to file anything down to fit a 7/8" bar as stated by previous reviewer. You tighten them down and the aluminum is made to stretch around the bar a little bit and fit tightly.

  • 4
    Nifty buttons, slightly tricky install.

    Posted by Carlos C. on Mar 31st 2017

    Look nice and work just as nice. Little tip on install: you will need ground wires running through the bars to the chassis. Don't forget like I did! If you route your wires in first and then wire in the buttons, screw in the buttons into their housing all the way in then back off 1/4 turn to sneak the wires into their little terminals. Use tweezers and a steady hand to get the wires into the terminals. Do yourself a favor and purchase a very tiny screw driver so you don't round off the head of the screws.