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    300X throttle lever

    Are there any aftermarket companies offering thumb throttles for the 300x?


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    Google EZ throttle $20 ,never tried it but understand it fits all models but I believe it's a longer larger lever to wrap all your fingers around giving you less hand fatigue..

    mixed reviews I hear...

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    The idea here is to get more of my fingers on the grip. I started off pulling the lever with 2 fingers, but found that I didn't have the strength (not as young as I once was) to hold the grip in rough chop. Then went to single index finger only and it was better. But to be honest, I find my Seadoo thumb throttles much more comfortable. Just my personal preference. So I was hoping that there was a conversion kit on the market that would make this swap out easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldmanfunk View Post
    The idea here is to get more of my fingers on the grip. I started off pulling the lever with 2 fingers, but found that I didn't have the strength (not as young as I once was) to hold the grip in rough chop. Then went to single index finger only and it was better. But to be honest, I find my Seadoo thumb throttles much more comfortable. Just my personal preference. So I was hoping that there was a conversion kit on the market that would make this swap out easy.
    Do you wear gloves? It makes a world of difference for me.

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    On my 310 I have a lever from a company called inoveli.com. Check them out very nice equipment frederic is a nice guy if you order tell him Tim sent you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldmanfunk View Post
    The idea here is to get more of my fingers on the grip. I started off pulling the lever with 2 fingers, but found that I didn't have the strength (not as young as I once was) to hold the grip in rough chop. Then went to single index finger only and it was better. But to be honest, I find my Seadoo thumb throttles much more comfortable. Just my personal preference. So I was hoping that there was a conversion kit on the market that would make this swap out easy.
    Keep the throttle back to the grip, that way you can clinch firmly onto both the throttle and the grip!

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    I slid my throttle assembly over to the left a bit more so I could keep my whole hand on the grip while using index finger to pull the throttle without it hitting my hand. Maybe try that and see if it's a little more comfy for you ?

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