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Does anyone know if the 1/4 turn throttle rind will work with ISO grips? I have used ISO grips for years and now everything else just seems uncomfortable. So I had the need to upgrade when I got my XC.
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Does anyone know if the 1/4 turn throttle rind will work with ISO grips? I have used ISO grips for years and now everything else just seems uncomfortable. So I had the need to upgrade when I got my XC.

Yes , there is a ring to fit your grips


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I have the 1/4 ring and ISO grips. I used the HR2 ring. I also installed an HR2 on my buddies XCT with Ness grips. I had to clean out some excess rubber and plastic in his throttle sleeve to make his turn freely.

Tip, clip the nylon tie on the gooseneck of the frame. This will give you a bit more cable slack. Once installed just slide a new tie into the mount on the neck. Yes you will have to loosen the throttle adjustment nuts and retighten after install. If you have cruise, pay attention to the position of the cruise cable/pulley position before you start. The cable will slide off the pulley, be sure it's in the pulley grooves before tightening everything.
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Strange , I have installed a half dozen or more of these on various grips , have yet to have a fitment issue , especially where I had to remove material ....

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Is a 1/4 really make a difference?

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yes it should come that way stock. it doesnt make it 1/4 turn from closed to wide open, it shortens the total by about 1/4. i made mine out of a pvc fitting, cost me $1

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Is a 1/4 really make a difference?
Jim , you will wonder how you rode without it ....

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Is a 1/4 really make a difference?
It's possibly the best bang for the buck upgrade you can do next to the Lloydz timing wheel.

Saves your wrist from some fatigue and gets the bike up and moving a bit quicker.

$20 well spent.

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Lightwield

you have to say what model and year you have or you'll get the wrong ring

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you have to say what model and year you have or you'll get the wrong ring
You mean on their website?
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