First of all, in that schematic, closing the rev switch would short the battery with the cycle control switch in the resting state, since normally the whole pusher circuit is at ground potential when resting.
And this is why I posted it rather than wiring it. I'm bad at circuits, much more of a programmer type.
There needs to be a diode between the trigger switch and the flywheel power line, or else alternative switch arrangements need to be designed (possibly multipole switches) to avoid that conflict.
Really? I thought I had heard about people accidentally wiring their Rapidstrike that way before. I'll have to go try to learn more about circuits and post a new one. I'll update this post with another design once I figure out how.
Oh and why do you have positive ground?
I was just tying to copy Rexar's diagram, and accidentally flipped the power source around.