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       650 & X2 Kawasaki Kill Switch

Conversion for Kawasaki Jet Ski 650 & X2 Kill Switch

Kawasaki Jet 550 Ski Kill Switch on Ski
 

440/550 Kill Switch Conversion for Kawasaki 650 and X2

There is a way for you to change your 650 or X2 start and stop button for a kill switch and lanyard.

When your ski does not circle when you fall off it can be annoy and dangerous.  The Jetski Kill switch is the way to fix that problem.

There are 2 options available:

First:

Does not require any splicing. Just Remove Grommets on 650 jetski and X2 start and stop button and replace with this unit.  Connects directly with the ebox on the 650 and x2 with use of connectors on the old buttons.

Kawasak Jet Ski 440 550 650 X2 Conversion

Kawasaki 650 & X2 Kill Switch Conversion(no splicing)

 

$120.00 USD Free Shipping Inside USA

 

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Kawasaki Jet Ski 650 & X2 Conversion(Splicing Required)

Included:

KillSwitch Assembly (Used)

Lanyard(Key)

(4) Water Proof heat shrinking connectors.

650 X2 Kill Switch Jet Ski Start stop Conversion

Kawasaki Jet Ski 650 & X2 Conversion(Splicing Required)

$99.00 USD Free Shipping In USA

 

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Jet Ski Kill Switch disassembly

 

Jet Ski Kill Switch disasembled

If your Kawasaki Jet Ski Kill Switch Stops working, you may need to take it apart.  It could be your springs or your button.

The following link will give you instruction on how to take your Kawasaki Jet Ski Kill Switch apart.

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How do Kill Switches work

 

Kawasaki Jet Ski 750 Kill Switch

Kawasaki Jet Ski Kill Switches work by using momentary switches that are normally closed.

 

Kawasaki buttons are little more than sealed momentary switches.  A momentary switch is not like your normal on and off switches like a light.

 

A momentary switch on the Kawasaki Jet ski's only work or make a connection...

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