Motomike is an Authorized Woodcraft Dealer
** please be sure of your fitment before ordering **
About Woodcraft Technologies Inc.:
Built by racers and riders, Woodcraft has been established in the performance motorcycle industry for years. Woodcraft Technologies Inc is known for their high-quality and durable parts. Innovative product engineering and precision manufacturing means you're getting the highest quality part that can be made. They design their products to be durable in racing and track riding situations, while finding innovative ways to allow for the repair or replacement the majority of components that are designed to save time and money after a crash.
As they say: If they can't make a better product, they won't make it at all!
43-0107 Kawasaki Ninja 400 2018+ Keyswitch Elimination Harness
*FOR RACING USE ONLY*
*FOR USA MODELS ONLY*
Exclusively available from Woodcraft.
Our Key Switch eliminator lets you remove your stock ignition switch saving weight where it counts - up high!
Removing your stock ignition will also free up valuable space for steering dampers and lap timers.
The things you need go in the space you save.
There is no longer a need for keys.
The best thing about our Key Switch Eliminator is the ability to simply "Plug and Play".
It installs in seconds and requires no modifications to your stock harness - no need to cut any wires! This means easy re - installation of stock components down the road.
Fitment Application List:
Kawasaki Motorcycle - EX400 Ninja 400 2018-2019
Kawasaki Motorcycle - EX400 Ninja 400 ABS 2018-2019
Kawasaki Motorcycle - EX400 Ninja 400 ABS KRT Edition 2018-2019
Kawasaki Motorcycle - Z400 ABS 2018-2019
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****Canadian Customers Please Note:
Applicable taxes (GST/HST) will be added at checkout, NO OTHER DUTIES OR SURPRISES AT THE DOOR!
***International Buyers – Please Note:
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Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.
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