Just wondering how many of you use kill switches? This isn't boat related but I feel it is worth mentioning. We had a friendly little gathering today at a friends house running our mud trucks through the pit. I finally talked my wife into driving, we went roaring through the pit and when we got to the other side the throttle stuck wide openoooh: and we couldn't stop. It was in a small field with not alot of room and we were Damn lucky. A family of three barely got out of our way. She'sturning the wheel, and stomping on the brakes while I am frantically trying to get ahold of the ignition switch or shift lever in that bouncing SOBoooh: Mind you I have a four door jacked up truck with seven people inside, three of them were children. We ended up across the field in the trees before I got it shut down. Moral of the story is it can happen so fast, bad things can happen before you can react. There will be a kill switch in my truck (and boat) before it ever runs again. You may want to think about this with your boats too fellas.