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    Throttle adjustment

    Hi, I have just changed my rxp to a finger throttle with new bars etc. And in doing so I had to adjust the cable so the throttle body closed properly.

    My question is, do I need to perform the "closed throttle and idle actuator reset"?
    Am I correct in assuming I don't need to, as the throttle body has not been altered as it was only the adjustment in the cable that I changed?

    Thanks, j


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    Should not need to do the reset ... but make sure to check that the throttle blade is perpendicular (not over-rotated or under-rotated) at WOT, and there must be a little slack at idle. Other than that, fire it up and if idle is 1750 - 1850 and it runs good, no worries.

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    Where did you find the finger throttle kit on rivas site? I'm on it eight now can't seem to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Where did you find the finger throttle kit on rivas site? I'm on it eight now can't seem to find it.
    It's here in the online store
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1130

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    Then maybe add one of these? Not sure if they fit?

    http://www.blowsion.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=03-01-605

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    Was just about to recomend the online store, it's where I buy everything I need!

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    Quote Originally Posted by haleyscomet View Post
    Then maybe add one of these? Not sure if they fit?

    http://www.blowsion.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=03-01-605
    With after market bars that should work fine.

    Another consideration is the Riva throttle lever for aftermarket bars. It has the correct pull needed and the angle is also adjustable
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=329



    You will also need the seadoo cable adapter to run the Riva finger throttle
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=330

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    Quote Originally Posted by loco12 View Post
    Was just about to recomend the online store, it's where I buy everything I need!
    I appreciate that very much!

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    Summer, i would go the after market bars, finger throttle and new housing for the trim and start stop buttons. I just replaced the riva kit with renthal bars, riva billet throttle (as above) and umi switch housing. Quality, look and feel is so much better.

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