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    Check out these new billet levers for the iControl skis

    Click here to order http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1999


    RIVA Sea-Doo Billet iControl Levers


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    $119.95

    Our billet lever set for Sea-Doo iControl models provides superior control and comfort along with cutting edge styling. Directly replaces the OEM plastic parts with high quality C-N-C machined throttle and brake levers. Features more responsive stainless steel return spring for a precision feel. Gunmetal gray anodized coating prevents corrosion. Installs easily with included instructions. Key Features: Superior comfort & control.
    Cutting edge race styling.
    More responsive stainless steel return spring.
    Direct replacement for original plastic levers.
    Constructed of billet aluminum and anodized to prevent corrosion.

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    • Model: RS24090-ICL

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    Nice

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    Do these iControl replacement levers get rid of the up and down play that the OEM plastic iControl levers have?

    By up/down play what I mean is that you can push and pull the levers (not squeeze) towards the hull (down) and towards the sky (up).. you can feel a few centimeters of unwanted play.

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    Nice, but are they 120 each or for the pair???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny View Post
    Nice, but are they 120 each or for the pair???
    yes

    Billet lever set

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny View Post
    Nice, but are they 120 each or for the pair???
    They are $120 for the pair.

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    Anybody try this set out yet? I want something longer than stock throttle lever.

    Comments??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    Anybody try this set out yet? I want something longer than stock throttle lever.

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    I use them and like them a lot

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    Scott, WHY do you like them? I am looking for comfort on long rides, not the 0.012 mph you get from less parasite drag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    Scott, WHY do you like them? I am looking for comfort on long rides, not the 0.012 mph you get from less parasite drag!
    You know me all to well

    The levers actually help with fatigue IMO. They contour to my fingers nicely

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