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I need a new throttle tube..

I have replaced the grips on my Brutale 750 with Oxford heated grips and needed to modify the throttle tube to make them fit. I didn't do a very good job and want to replace it. Can someone tell me what I should be looking for in the 'Unversal' category. I see things referencing so many degrees of rotation. what do i need, or does anyone have a stock one?

I have wondered about this XM2 desmodromic black throttle without grips. But I think I would need new cables is that right?
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Domino is the only Company I could find who still does a kit for the older bikes, got mine from Design Corse.

As Mitch said, ask for a standard one in the For Sale section. They're usualy sold as throttle cable assembly, F4 is different in cable length to B4 fwiw.
I might have a secondhand tube here if you're interested.

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Thanks guys. I have found a thing called a G2 throttle tamer that actually sounds like it might be better for me as I think it should reduce the snatchy-ness.

Just for future reference though, If I was to go for the Domino throttle would I need new cables? I though it looked like it would accept the stock ones but I may be wrong.

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Yes, you must get a cable kit with it.

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OK cool. Thanks for the info guys, Helpful as always.
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Red racing if I am not mistaken has had some issues with other forum members. Please correct me if I am wrong. I even think I ordered some Brembo brake pads from them and I have never received them.

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Red racing if I am not mistaken has had some issues with other forum members.
You're right Jim.

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Oh well I soon let you know if I have any issues as I just bought some handlebars off them the other day. Watch this space!!!!

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So I did receive my bars from Red Racing, and to top it off they arrived early! Along with my throttle tube from G2 Ergonomics.

The blue bars look really smart on the bike I think, and the throttle tamer feels so much more quality than the original tube.

Very happy.
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