incememed wrote:Nice find.
If I understand correctly, this inserts between the hose and the actual handle bar unit, becoming a part of the hose? Pls report your experience if you get a pair. (I'm looking for something that might fit Hayes Nine brakes.)
Yep you need to cut your hydaulic hose with a sharp knife. Insert the pressure switches and wire them up, bleed the system. They work very well.
Very pleased with them.
Riche wrote:Hi guys,
I need to add some brake cut out switches to my shimano hydraulic brake.
Mooching round then net I cam across this ..
Has anyone used these cut out switches before and would it be compatable with a BMSBattery controller and Shimano brake system?
What do you think
My brakes are the Shimano BL-M 486 Disc brake system. They are probably use a standard size pipe?
Once you cut off the connector you see 2 wires, when you pull the brake lever the wires are shorted together or they connect.
I know nothing about regen so cant help you there.
I fitted 2 switches to my bike for safety reasons .. at traffic lights etc I found myself using the throttle while applying my brakes and the bike would sometime jump and scare the ^&^%*%^* out of me.
Good luck with your bike
gwhy! wrote:... you may have to repeat a couple of times. Hope this helps. Out of interest how much were the inline swithches ?.
I just looked at the web site again and now have seen the price
lostrack wrote:How does one go wiring these in, electrically?
d8veh wrote:Tektro do a complete hydraulik brake kit (lever, caliper & disk) with a switch in the lever for about $60.
jonny wrote:where I to buy this brake system in Usa?
jonny wrote:HI d8veh
thank you so much!
You know the difference between Auriga ecomp and Auriga esub?
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