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Went riding with my nephew and relalized I don’t pin it as often as I need to.  Checked my max rpm after my nephew rode my bike (05yz144) and the motor hit 14,640 rpms.  I didn’t know to be happy or worried.  I normally don’t see anything over 11-12,000 rpms.   I got on it and noticed I was leaving some throttle on the table.  I wondered if anyone has changed their throttle ratio so that you have less twist to WOT.   The trails we ride have been opened up and there is more opportunity to be WOT.  You see a lot of throttle tubes with mutiple cams for thumpers but what about 2t?  Any downsides to consider?  What ratio changes are common or too much?

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Bought bike used but have gone thru everything but rear shock.   I replaced throttle tube with a motion pro off amazon and it looked identical to what was replaced.  I assumed it matched stock cam.    I have range of motion in my right wrist and thought less twist than stock would be a betterment.   G2 Ergonomics has a quick turn throttle for 2t but pricey at $130!  They claim to reduce twist by 10%.   

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10 hours ago, 05Yz125ForLife said:

Bought bike used but have gone thru everything but rear shock.   I replaced throttle tube with a motion pro off amazon and it looked identical to what was replaced.  I assumed it matched stock cam.    I have range of motion in my right wrist and thought less twist than stock would be a betterment.   G2 Ergonomics has a quick turn throttle for 2t but pricey at $130!  They claim to reduce twist by 10%.   

That’s about where you need to go then. Or try and find something less pricy. 

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