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Ducati Monster 796 / 1100 EVO Left Handlebar Switch Street Use

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Ducati Monster 796 / 1100 / EVO / DIESEL Left Handlebar Switch Street Use CNC Racing

If you think that your Monster lacks racing feel on the handlebar then this ultimate addition might be for you. This switch will transform the way you experience cruising on the road or track. This useful kit will make indication and changing settings to your bikes performance easy and reliable. Bringing racing technology to your bike.

This lightweight handlebar switch will change the ugly block switch to a beautiful, endurable, tidy racing switch. Everyone will be asking you about it!

The switch body is machined from full 7075 aluminum (Ergal) bars and has then undergone a hard black anodizing process that enhances processing with CNC machinery. All the buttons compliant with the IP67 military standard that certifies the switch itself is water resistant. The operation of all buttons is guaranteed by over 700,000 cycles.

The assembly is very easy because this switch is plug & play type. Just dismantle the original switch with the tools recommended by the manufacturer and the master cylinder clamp. Then fit the CNC Racing switch connecting the plug to the bike original cable. Nothing else is required and you can always go back to the original configuration without any modification.

Front buttons:
Blue button - beam
Grey button - turn indicator right
Black button - flash
Red button - turn indicator left
Yellow button - horn

Rear buttons:
Red button - up
Green button - down

Fitment:

Monster 1100 2009-10
Monster 1100 EVO 2011-13
Monster 1100 S 2009-10
Monster 796 2010-14

Beautiful design and style for your Ducati by CNC Racing.

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