I want to wire a kill switch into the factory roll-over sensor. This would in theory shut down the quad invhe case of a roll-over, or if I fall off. I do not wanna loose the tip over feature that shuts the bike off when upside down. Also, a big part of why I want to do it this way is now that I have an oil cooler, the oil path to my camshafts is longer. I do not want to starve my cams of oil at startup. Toby at Moto-Xperts told me that when a bike has sat for a while that he highly recomends turning the bike over for about 20 seconds before letting it fire up and run. This would prime the oil system without spinning fast enough to tear up your journals. My kawi will not just turn over for any period of time with out firing. It starts within 1 - 2 seconds every time. Wiring the killswitch into the roll-over sensor would shut down the fuel to keep it from starting, so I could crank it. This would also shut it down when the cord is pulled out. I don't know what wires to tap into, or if there is already a kit to do this. I just here that most people tie into the key switch. Does this seem like a better option?