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post #31 of 198 Old 10-02-2015, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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Moved the front brake to the left clip on.
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Mocking up 2nd gen cluster that I'll probably end up using, maybe will go with a 3rd gen cluster since I have both.
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post #33 of 198 Old 10-02-2015, 10:58 PM
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Looking good man, nice video too. What is the reasoning for moving the brake lever?


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Looking good man, nice video too. What is the reasoning for moving the brake lever?
To be able to do a burn out, I have to hold the front brake and then go WOT, which is kind a hard to do with 1 hand. I had 3 options. Option 1 is a thumb throttle. Option 2 is to put a line lock. And option 3 was to move brake lever to the left clip on, so I am able to work the brake with my left hand and work the throttle with my right hand.
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Ah nice, I didn't even think about that with the clutch


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Making progress, I would certainly kill myself with the front brake on the left side lol

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To be able to do a burn out, I have to hold the front brake and then go WOT, which is kind a hard to do with 1 hand. I had 3 options. Option 1 is a thumb throttle. Option 2 is to put a line lock. And option 3 was to move brake lever to the left clip on, so I am able to work the brake with my left hand and work the throttle with my right hand.
Or, just install a quick action throttle and you can operate the throttle and front brake with one hand easily...
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Putting Gen2 tbs on the bike, Gen2 tbs bigger in front of the throttle body plates, but smaller where they go into the intake boots. Have to change tps plug and move wiring harness around and reroute the throttle cable and should be go to go. Already removed secondaries along with the shaft and had the holes epoxied so one less thing to worry about.
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Putting Gen2 tbs on the bike, Gen2 tbs bigger in front of the throttle body plates, but smaller where they go into the intake boots. Have to change tps plug and move wiring harness around and reroute the throttle cable and should be go to go. Already removed secondaries along with the shaft and had the holes epoxied so one less thing to worry about.
Nicely dine!
I do have some questions for you:
Will you need to change the throttle cables to fit gen2 tbs?
What epoxy did you use to block the holes?
Does the TPS connector is the same on the gen1 and gen2?
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Nicely dine!
I do have some questions for you:
Will you need to change the throttle cables to fit gen2 tbs?
What epoxy did you use to block the holes?
Does the TPS connector is the same on the gen1 and gen2?
I am going to use 2nd gen cables, I am not sure if they're longer than 1st gen or not.
I don't remember what epoxy that I used, I did it 3 years ago on my 2nd gen.
Tps connector is different, so I'll cut the 1st gen connector off, extend it, and hook up 2nd gen tps connector, the wire color code should be Identical.
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