Tech question: kill switch related

Discussion in 'Technical Forum' started by mdonohue, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. mdonohue

    mdonohue Member

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    I had a little crash last time out, and half of my kill switch broke off in the process. It still works just fine and is easy to flick on/off, but I just want to double check that this will be all right with the tech inspection guys (for racing, not track attack):

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  2. fast316

    fast316 EMRA Executive Member

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    That is a critical piece of equipment, we all sort of take it for granted. Like air, it's not important until you don't get any. For what it is worth and the consequence of it failing I would replace it.
     
  3. M87

    M87 Active Member

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    I agree. I don't think I would pass that. When will you actually need it? After a crash. It works now but even a slight hit might make it unusable.
     
  4. mdonohue

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    Fair enough guys. Thanks for the feedback and sanity check.
     

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