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Old 08-21-2017, 04:23 AM
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How can I use throttle sleeve on bars for electronic thottle?

I bought some new bars and they came with the throttle side notched for "throttle by wire"
They are set up for 1" controls but my throttle sleeve is extremely tight, can't even twist it.
The bars are powder coated completely but I would think that's normal. My throttle sleeve is also a cheapo plastic one that never felt smooth.

How can I resolve this? Can I use a sleeve that would have a little more space between it and the powder coated handlebar or does the PC have to come off for it to work properly?
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Old 08-21-2017, 02:26 PM
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I would just work it down with some fine sandpaper..The powder coat adds a few thousands to the bars thats not supposed to be there..
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