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If you're reworking or creating a new wiring loom for your motorbike, but aren't going all in with a Motogadget mo.unit, the mo.relay will come in very useful! Featuring Motogadget's usual bombproof construction and near-lossless power transfer, the mo.relay can be used to operate the switching between low- and high-beam, the horn, or starter. The unit is highly compact at just 19mmx19mm, and features a threaded bore to allow straightforward fitting to metal plating.
NOTE: this relay cannot be used as a flasher, please use the m.stop relay.

£27.00

Motogadget Mo-Relay Standard 12V 20A

Motogadget Mo-Relay Standard 12V 20A

Excl vat £22.50 Incl. Tax: £27.00
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Product Description Sku: 930215

If you're reworking or creating a new wiring loom for your motorbike, but aren't going all in with a Motogadget mo.unit, the mo.relay will come in very useful! Featuring Motogadget's usual bombproof construction and near-lossless power transfer, the mo.relay can be used to operate the switching between low- and high-beam, the horn, or starter. The unit is highly compact at just 19mmx19mm, and features a threaded bore to allow straightforward fitting to metal plating.
NOTE: this relay cannot be used as a flasher, please use the m.stop relay.

  • Multi-purpose compact relay unit
  • Solid aluminium construction
  • Threaded bore for easy mounting
  • Run high/low beam switching, horn, ignition and more
  • Lossless current transfer for brighter lights
  • 19mm x 19mm
  • NOTE: not for use with momentary push-button control

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