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    Quote Originally Posted by acecarlos View Post
    MP # 01-0227 is not Long enough for a Plus 2" Stem...neither are the #01-0604 or #01-0807...ignore the 42" as it means little.

    The OP can buy it and see for himself...

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    Carlos, which P/N(s) from your site do you recommend for a stock '88 250R w/oem carb but I want to switch to a twist? I've already tried the "extended" trx70 thumb lever and I still get thumb exhaustion after an hour or so of riding. I am too used to riding my dirt bikes. Thanks!
    1988 TRX 250R w/'89 Clutch Upgrade & Neil's CR500 Clutch Mod
    (2)1992 LT230E's
    2007 YZ250F
    1995 RT100 (my first dirt bike, still got it!)
    1976 CB750F Super Sport (still restoring my dads bike)
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    1986 TRX70
    1976 DT125 Enduro
    1987 YZ125
    2000 YZ80

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    Yeah I never got over thumb exhaustion. I don't see how people do it. Switched over to twist by the end of my teenage years and haven't looked back.
    Might as well smoke... SMOKE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Slither View Post
    Yeah I never got over thumb exhaustion. I don't see how people do it. Switched over to twist by the end of my teenage years and haven't looked back.
    Most old time riders, and most Pro Riders from the 80's-90's all switched to Twist from Thumb, as most grew up riding Dirt Bikes....I personally prefer a Twist Throttle as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve056 View Post
    Carlos, which P/N(s) from your site do you recommend for a stock '88 250R w/oem carb but I want to switch to a twist? I've already tried the "extended" trx70 thumb lever and I still get thumb exhaustion after an hour or so of riding. I am too used to riding my dirt bikes. Thanks!
    You have a few options for standard & custom cables; best to call BDT (909-466-9152) and ask Ricardo the specifics of what you need and what will work. Ricardo knows all the cable P/N's & application.

    Carlos
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