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Opposite to how you posted ,

In (low power)

Out (normal output)

With the switch in the out position the engine runs as normal ,switch in does not give low power as such it is more like the engine has more low down 4t like grunt so you do not need to use a lot of revs and therefore get wheel spin .

Well that is my take for it,that is what it feels like on an sx250 09
 

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Opposite to how you posted ,

In (low power)

Out (normal output)

With the switch in the out position the engine runs as normal ,switch in does not give low power as such it is more like the engine has more low down 4t like grunt so you do not need to use a lot of revs and therefore get wheel spin .

Well that is my take for it,that is what it feels like on an sx250 09
Totally Agree, Switch pressed in, you seem to get more bottom end torque, switch out it seems more responsive on the throttle, top end is the same on both settings (250 EXC 09)
 

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Checked my switch with a multimeter and pressed "In" which corresponds to "On" on the switch the circuit is made, so with my switch In gives full power.

On my 2009 EXC 250 it doesnt seem to do much at low revs, just makes the power feel a bit "Softer" and less snappy at high revs.
 
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