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So here it is the famous "zip tie mod".

 

It alters the wrist movement to throttle opening ratio.

 

Here is the video that I learned it from.

 

Avoid cutting after setting the glue.

 

 

 

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Tip is to precurve the zip tie and use a good super glue.

 

Have fun and happy DIY

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Dragstar 400 classic & Zx6r

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Superb video and very informative and extremely doable.

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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Came back from a ride and all I can say was wow wow wow.

Feels like you have a few extra horses like a 15% increase.

 

Since I had the glue out, I did it to my other ride thus these detailed pictures below.

 

Since you are at it, lube your throttle cable(dont use wd40), adjust your freeplay and grease that throttle tube and cable ends.

 

Here are the detailed steps

 

Things needed

IMG_20160213_204445.jpg

 

Sanded the throttle tube

IMG_20160213_205024.jpg

 

Too wide

IMG_20160213_205648.jpg

 

Trimmed with a razor and scissors

IMG_20160213_210518.jpg

 

Sanded the cable tie

IMG_20160213_210615.jpg

 

Apply super glue in drops

IMG_20160213_211119.jpg

 

Grip it hard for a minute(pre curving it helps)

IMG_20160213_211244.jpg

 

Finished product

 

IMG_20160213_211504.jpg

 

Enjoy and I hope this helps someone.

Dragstar 400 classic & Zx6r

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Came back from a ride and all I can say was wow wow wow.

Feels like you have a few extra horses like a 15% increase.

 

Since I had the glue out, I did it to my other ride thus these detailed pictures below.

 

Since you are at it, lube your throttle cable(dont use wd40), adjust your freeplay and grease that throttle tube and cable ends.

 

Here are the detailed steps

 

Things needed

IMG_20160213_204445.jpg

 

Sanded the throttle tube

IMG_20160213_205024.jpg

 

Too wide

IMG_20160213_205648.jpg

 

Trimmed with a razor and scissors

IMG_20160213_210518.jpg

 

Sanded the cable tie

IMG_20160213_210615.jpg

 

Apply super glue in drops

IMG_20160213_211119.jpg

 

Grip it hard for a minute(pre curving it helps)

IMG_20160213_211244.jpg

 

Finished product

 

IMG_20160213_211504.jpg

 

Enjoy and I hope this helps someone.

Cool... :cool:

 

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