Turner Performance Products Bearing Throttle Tube

Turner Performance Products Bearing Throttle Tube
Turner Performance Products Bearing Throttle Tube

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AnnsTRX450 Top 1000 Contributor
Canton ,GA
Very Nice

Its a lot better then stock. After I install the new tube I was amazed of the different it had made.

BigDogF250 Top 500 Contributor
San Diego, CA
Amazing difference!

I installed this after breaking the plastic one during a race. I also lubed the cables while I had it apart. Throttle is butter smooth now and there is no resistance. Almost got away from me the first time because I was expecting the old hard twist and it's super smooth.

Tech Note - You may have to loosen the "pull" cable a bit at the adjuster. All the slack was gone from mine after install and it was too touchy. Small change in the adjuster and it's perfect now.

3 Questions
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Scoots
Location: Lompoc
Q: The bearing comes built in to the tube right and does it fit pro taper eveo bars?
Over 7 years ago
Does the bearing come built in the tube with purchase? And. will it fit pro taper eveo bars with no problems.?
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: No, the bearing is not built into the tube, it slips into the bar/throttle tube end.
nickC54
Q: Should i use grease will i install it?
Over 7 years ago
james718
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: USA
A: Definitely don't use grease, if anything use a silicone type lubricant spray or graphite lubricant spray.
outsiderRPM
Over 6 years ago
A: i would not recomment using grese as dirt will get stuck in the grease over time. just my 0.02 but im sure there are other answers out there. do a good google search on this
braceman
Q: Does it allow the use of bark buster style hand guards?
Over 7 years ago
Action
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: NW
A: There is an adaptor that will allow it to work; OS-ADAP-BARK
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