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post #1 of 9 Old 08-05-2003, 8:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

Which model do you guys recommend for the 954?
Are you happy with this mod?

I had not considered the Meister in the past, but I am now 5 weeks into my broken collar bone and was hoping a TM would help me make a Aug 15th bike trip with a few of my mates.
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

I had the heavy ones on my 929, but got the standard on the XX. The heavy ones were big and funny looking to me.
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

Definitely standard. They work fine, which leads me to believe that the XXL ones are overkill on our bikes.
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

I've got the heavy variant and, well, they ARE sorta large looking compared to the stock bar ends. Yet I have to believe they quell the vibes even better than the standard TM units (they're more massive, after all).

I think you'll be well served with either. Outstanding product.



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Re: Throttlemeister owners

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I think you'll be well served with either. Outstanding product.
You aren't trying to compensate for anything are you Chain?



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Re: Throttlemeister owners

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thebackdraft : Quote (Chain @ Aug. 05 2003, 8:36pm)(they're more massive, after all).

I think you'll be well served with either. Outstanding product.
You aren't trying to compensate for anything are you Chain?
Not as far as you know....
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

Hey guys,thanks for the feedback.
I think I will probably go for the std set, I can't say that vibration has been a concern.
I will give Throttlemeister a call tommorrow and inquire about ordering one.
Conq, how long did it take for delivery on your new TM for the XX?
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

I ordered it Monday and it arrived Wednesday. (USPS Priority Mail) They're in MI or WI I think.
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Re: Throttlemeister owners

Thanks Conq,

Hopefully I can get one mailed up here (Toronto area) as quickly.
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