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    For NA skis these seem to be of some benefit but with a forced induction ski I would not bother.The extra leverage on the throttle makes higher powered skis alot harder to control.I tried one and found myself having to be so gentle on the throttle while riding the whole top of my hand would ache afterwards.The factory throttle or any of the aftermarket billet finger throttles fatigue the hand a whole lot less IMO

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    I sold the 3 I had.

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    This is so true...I really wanted it to work. In rough water it was uncontrollable...almost threw my wife off the back of ski! 2015 fzs slight stock mods

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    I have a friend who has been cobbling various sticks onto her Spark (circa 2016 model) throttle lever to make it longer. These are not working well as the taped-on stick assembly is wobbly and has other issues.

    The Hardline EZ Throttle product is apparently discontinued. Where might I find one that would fit the Spark throttle? I am not a Seadoo guy so I do not know whether the Spark throttle lever is the same as the larger Seadoo models.

    Alternatives? Is there a Seadoo OEM or aftermarket throttle lever that is longer than the stock Spark lever, and could be fitted to the Spark?


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    I think unlimited pwc makes a billit one
    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    I have a friend who has been cobbling various sticks onto her Spark (circa 2016 model) throttle lever to make it longer. These are not working well as the taped-on stick assembly is wobbly and has other issues.

    The Hardline EZ Throttle product is apparently discontinued. Where might I find one that would fit the Spark throttle? I am not a Seadoo guy so I do not know whether the Spark throttle lever is the same as the larger Seadoo models.

    Alternatives? Is there a Seadoo OEM or aftermarket throttle lever that is longer than the stock Spark lever, and could be fitted to the Spark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    I think unlimited pwc makes a billet one
    Thank you for that tip.

    https://www.unlimited-pwc.com/en/pro...UL33002SL.html


    It is unclear whether this billet lever is much (or any) longer than the stock finger throttle on a Spark.


    Their web site says Blowsion is the US distributor and dealer for Unlimited PWC, but the Blowsion web site does not show these
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    Looking at the pics, I'd say about 5/8's to 3/4 longer. They have that finger divit in the end which is nice for long cruises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    Looking at the pics, I'd say about 5/8's to 3/4 longer.

    They have that finger divit in the end which is nice for long cruises.
    Well, if I could figure out where to actually order it, I might do so just to try it on this Spark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    Buy it directly from Japan?

    Checkout at that web site says 29,000 Yen including shipping, which is about $270 USD for two sets.

    Seems kinda pricey

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