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My throttle broke i bought a new one the dealer order for me appears to be the same i went to install it now it revs at 6000rpms and i cant get it down cable seems to be to short but it measures the same as the old one

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    William Elledge Oct 16, 2013

    i only see one and i have it tightened to allow for the most slack

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Maybe you have not adjusted it properly. There are usually adjusting nuts on both ends to allow shortening and lengthening. Sounds like you have it adjusted too short.

Posted on Oct 15, 2013

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