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This is a discussion on Throttle assembly within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; Well started looking at the ol TXL..Its going to need a new throttle assembly. Im not looking for a replacement. Im looking for a simple ...

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    Well started looking at the ol TXL..Its going to need a new throttle assembly. Im not looking for a replacement. Im looking for a simple one. Just a block and throttle.

    Point me towards a good one.

    thanks

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    Go take one off of an old sled. Or, you could always do what I did. Rev XP throttle block and a SnoPro 440 lever. $6 lever, $1.50 lower block, $11.50 upper block.

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    I like the rsi unit, i will be putting their stuff on my Storm and RXL. Thats my 2cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledcrusher
    Go take one off of an old sled. Or, you could always do what I did. Rev XP throttle block and a SnoPro 440 lever. $6 lever, $1.50 lower block, $11.50 upper block.
    That's pretty much what I did, except I got an XP lever ($50ish Canadian when I got mine).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianLee
    I like the rsi unit, i will be putting their stuff on my Storm and RXL. Thats my 2cents.
    Got a link to one? Cant seem to find it anywhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck13x
    Quote Originally Posted by BrianLee
    I like the rsi unit, i will be putting their stuff on my Storm and RXL. Thats my 2cents.
    Got a link to one? Cant seem to find it anywhere?
    RSI usually has an ad at the top of the home page, but you can type in www.RSIRacing.com (on line shopping)[thumb]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blecter
    Quote Originally Posted by sledcrusher
    Go take one off of an old sled. Or, you could always do what I did. Rev XP throttle block and a SnoPro 440 lever. $6 lever, $1.50 lower block, $11.50 upper block.
    That's pretty much what I did, except I got an XP lever ($50ish Canadian when I got mine).
    Must have gotten either an aluminum one, or an 08 one. Mines from an 09' 600. $12 brand new for both pieces.

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    the powermadd throttle block works

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledcrusher
    Quote Originally Posted by Blecter
    Quote Originally Posted by sledcrusher
    Go take one off of an old sled. Or, you could always do what I did. Rev XP throttle block and a SnoPro 440 lever. $6 lever, $1.50 lower block, $11.50 upper block.
    That's pretty much what I did, except I got an XP lever ($50ish Canadian when I got mine).
    Must have gotten either an aluminum one, or an 08 one. Mines from an 09' 600. $12 brand new for both pieces.
    I got the same throttle block as you did (well, mine is from an 09 800) for the same price. It was my lever that was more ($50ish). Doo's aluminum blocks are like $150 or similar.

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