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    Pro 1200 trigger throttle lever

    Hello, wondering if any one had this throttle lever. Part number is 5432372 I believe. I know I could get an aluminum one, but without aftermarket bars I think it would look goofy. Also plenty of other dif stock trigger ones I could get but having a time finding this EXACT one. I have the stock one now and it works fine. But its just too long to use as a trigger. Im picky


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    They are out there on ebay. The msx lever is the same piece.

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    so is the huricane and octane as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Matrix View Post
    They are out there on ebay. The msx lever is the same piece.
    I guess the msx does use the same one. For some reason I thought they were different... But Cool! Just ordered one.
    Thanks

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    got a finger throttle on the tx,cruising can get tiresome.the thumb is easier to work against the 3 carb springs

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    You need a stronger finger then I much prefer the finger to the thumb throttle. Took a little getting ised to the first time I used one. Accidentally squeezed the trigger a few times hitting a big wave. I quickly learned now not to do that.

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    long constant speed river runs

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    On my X-45 I released the tension on one of the throttle return springs in order to make it easier to pull the lever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octane972 View Post
    On my X-45 I released the tension on one of the throttle return springs in order to make it easier to pull the lever.

    You have an X 45? We need pics

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