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G2 Ergonomics Throttle Cam System
(2 reviews)
G2 Ergonomics Throttle Cam SystemBy utilizing different cams for different track conditions, you are now able to better control the power output, putting more speed and control to the ground, not to be loss to excessive horsepower and wheel spin. CAM 100X - Best choice for tracks with perfect…
G2 Ergonomics Domino Throttle System
$54.95 - $69.95
G2 Ergonomics Domino Throttle System Original equipment for most European motorcycles Injected plastic construction is strong and lightweight Includes all necessary rubber boots, pulleys, bolts and adjusters Installs easily in minutes Replacement throttle tubes available separately **Note: Image may…
G2 Ergonomics Quick Turn Throttle Tube
(7 reviews)
G2 Ergonomics Quick Turn Throttle TubeReplaces the stock tube with no modifications. Removable end cap for hand guard or grip protector installation LARGER CAM opens throttle FASTER with less turn! Less turn makes it easier to keep your elbows up in the proper riding position 6061 billet aluminum…
G2 Ergonomics Aluminum Throttle Tube
G2 Ergonomics Aluminum Throttle TubeMost technically advanced aluminum replacement throttle tube available 2-piece design allows rider to easily change cam ratio for different riding conditions Machined 6061 billet aluminum with knurled surface End cap is removable for hand guard or bar end…
Moose Racing Billet Aluminum Throttle Tube
$31.95 - $44.95
Moose Racing Billet Aluminum Throttle TubeMachined and knurled 6061 billet aluminum Removable end cap allows handguard installation without the hacksaw Lightweight, removable cams are compatible with G2 throttle systems Better accuracy and more applications than the competition Made in the U.S.A.
G2 Ergonomics Billet Grip Protectors
G2 Ergonomics Billet Grip Protectors Help protect your investment with Billet Grip Protectors from G2 Ergonomics. These bar ends aid in the defense of the grips and the throttle on your dirt bike should it hit the ground. Features: Billet bar ends protect grips from damage when bike hits the ground…
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