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Throttle The throttle slider wont go go to full throttle even when I have it all the way up, help!

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Go to screen and make sure throttle position is in idle position..now move slider to full idle position...on the left hand side of the slider you will find a hex screw,,,,insert the correct size hex wrench and make sure you hold the slider firmly in place and tighten the hex screw...I had a similar problem and this is how I solved it....Grampamanning@yahoo.com

Posted on May 31, 2008

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i will buy both stick and throttle off of you..."if" the price is right. ;-)

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