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quick turn throttle for F3?

Was at a track day today and realized that the throw on the throttle is really long. I was wondering if there was any way to shorten it. Anyone have suggestions? Thought I had seen a kit at some point in time for this, but I have been searching the interwebs to no avail.
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You have a drive by wire throttle, so no cables Dazo, as far as I know there is no quick action kit for this. You might have to contact MV direct and see if they have something they use for the race teams ?

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You have a drive by wire throttle, so no cables Dazo, as far as I know there is no quick action kit for this. You might have to contact MV direct and see if they have something they use for the race teams ?
I was afraid this would be the situation. Is MV responsive to these kinds of inquiries?
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It's a heavy duty rheostat is it not? I've got a picture of the box pulled apart floating around somewhere online or on one of my devices. I never had an issue with the required throw on the throttle to go from 10%-100%, I hold it like a screwdriver usually and it eliminates any issue for me if it was ever presented. You could always roll the unit a few degrees forward and shave the locating pin that is on the box that fits into the bar, although I wouldn't personally do it.

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It's a heavy duty rheostat is it not? I've got a picture of the box pulled apart floating around somewhere online or on one of my devices. I never had an issue with the required throw on the throttle to go from 10%-100%, I hold it like a screwdriver usually and it eliminates any issue for me if it was ever presented. You could always roll the unit a few degrees forward and shave the locating pin that is on the box that fits into the bar, although I wouldn't personally do it.
I just prefer a shorter throw, always had quick turn throttles on my track bikes. I think I would rather live with it than start modifying it myself.
Thanks for the idea though
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