BoostBySmith Launch/Shift Lights

 
   



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Due to my current workload these I am quoting 2 weeks from the time payment is sent until they are ready to ship.  Occasionally I will have everything in stock and have time and able to ship faster, but trying to play on the safe side and quote 2 weeks for when I am busy. DIRECTIONS DOWNLOAD HERE .  Tutorial video on how it operates here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VI-hJdoUgyE&t=337s


Introducing the new BoostBySmith Dual-Purpose Launch / Shift Light.  The LED cluster can be mounted on top of your existing gauges, on a convenient bracket like in the photo.  This LED cluster is very bright and comes in blue, red, green. Standard housings are chrome, unfortunately I can't locate black housings any more.

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Both the Launch Light and Shift Light are displayed as the same color.  The launch light is only active when the clutch lever is pulled in. 

3,000-15,700 RPM in 100 RPM increments. The Launch light has an adjustable upper window to de-activate the light if you rev too high on the starting line.

Very close to fully Plug and Play operation is available for the Suzuki Hayabusa and Kawasaki ZX-14.  Power and ground come from a Suzuki OE 2 pin connector located under the nose, simply plug it in.  The tach signal wire and clutch signal wire can be tapped into using the prewired spade connector along with a scotch lock connector, simply push the connector together.  The relay for the clutch switch comes pre-wired as well. 

**Optional:  If you currently have an air or Co2 shifter on your motorcycle, I can wire up your shift light to trigger the air shifter for an auto-shift feature for an additional $20.  I am now including a pre-wired toggle switch that allows you to dis-able autoshift output without any additional wiring.  I haven't been able to re-produce the issue, but have had some customers say that when using a MPS killbox that they experience very long KILL times when using autoshift.  This has never been an issue when using a CYCLE-TEK kill box, this is just a warning, if you have a MPS Box and this becomes an issue you will need to replace the kill box with a cycle-tek unit.