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Thread: Active QA throttle

  1. #11
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    Re: Active QA throttle

    Quote Originally Posted by pedrosixfour View Post
    I'm beginning to see where the issue would be. Didn't realise that the QA kit would essentially come with its own housing (if that's right?).
    Yes they do sir





    Pete does a QA throttle that sits in the standard housing but as much as they are beautifully presented, they are not much quicker than what you have if truth be known (I have one on pinky)
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  2. #12
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    Re: Active QA throttle

    Sweet as a nut mate. Certainly looks the job anyway.

    As well as a slightly quicker throttle , which will be nice, this little bit of an upgrade will hopefully do away with some of the sloppiness that I always have in the cables. If I try to adjust it out the throttle starts to stick. I checked the cables' paths and lubed the cores but it didn't do any good. It's been bugging me since I got it.

    One more question.

    Does the change to the ZX9R switch then give you the option to run without the headlight on constant?

  3. #13
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    Re: Active QA throttle

    I would think so but not having had anything that modern (in Rex terms) I couldn't be sure TBH
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  4. #14
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    Re: Active QA throttle

    Quote Originally Posted by Poler View Post
    All depends on what you expect from it.
    Spot on new buddy..

    Now bunch of switches would work . Go to eBay and look for skinny switches

    https://www.ebay.com/i/352522553668?...3D352522553668

    Connector swap is easy
    Bloody Foreigner

  5. #15
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    Re: Active QA throttle

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    I would think so but not having had anything that modern (in Rex terms) I couldn't be sure TBH
    We'll soon find out I guess.

    Found another tidy one at the same eBay seller I got the lowered footpegs from.

    I bought a set of fork seals and a petrol tap rebuild kit, along with the switch.

    I've found, with my Navara, that if you keep certain parts in stock you'll never need them.

    Tis just a same I didn't buy a head gasket a few months ago!

    Thanks again Nige. Hopefully someday we'll stumble onto a subject that allows me to empart some wisdom your way, to balance things out a bit.

    But don't hold your breath.

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    Re: Active QA throttle

    No worries and it all the fun of the fair
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