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    Quick action throttle

    Has any one installed a quick action throttle on a GSXR.


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    Just use a pcv tube trick.. easy does it for less than $2

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    I already have the kit it's a PP Tuning one but I just don't know what to do with the kill and start switch block.


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    Cant help you there.. I dont use a quick action throttle at all..

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    :(


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    When I installed a Motion Pro on one of my old gixxers, I just used an angle grinder (or a dremel) to cut the throttle tube housing part off the OEM switchblock. That way I retained the OEM map switch, and it still looked factory, instead of using a cheap aftermarket switch that they told me to buy. Although I still had to fit clipons, because it wouldn't all fit on the OEM bar.
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    Sweet thanks nick I'll have a look at that


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshy View Post
    When I installed a Motion Pro on one of my old gixxers, I just used an angle grinder (or a dremel) to cut the throttle tube housing part off the OEM switchblock. That way I retained the OEM map switch, and it still looked factory, instead of using a cheap aftermarket switch that they told me to buy. Although I still had to fit clipons, because it wouldn't all fit on the OEM bar.
    I did similar when I added my cheapy R1/6 throttle mod 1/6 turn instead of 1/4 for $12 seems like a no brainer to me

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