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    moving trottle control to other handle???

    i want switch trottle control from right handle bar to left handle bar, can this be done? and if so is it difficult, has someone done this, I have a 1996 GTS Seadoo. thanks to anyone who can give me info on this, Whip
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    My new toys at work bruinsrme's Avatar
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    I am in the process of doing this. I purchased the Riva Throttle kit but the plastic covering didn't suit my tast, rather cheap looking.

    Take a look at this thread

    Jaycee used the stock plastic assemblies. It is definitely much clean looking.
    JayCee used the extension in the kit. I am opting not too as I want to be able to use my stock cover plus being 5'6" any further spread of my arms will be uncomfortable. I had to modify the plastic assemble with a coping saw and sander. The, as did Jaycee, had to drill a hole in the plastic cover. No biggie there. Just make sure the hole location and the throttle location doesn't crimp the cable. If you attempt it it will take about 1 to 1.5 hours.

    Tools needed
    1 punch needed to punch the handlebars in drilling the handle bars.
    1 set of good metal drill bits. A drill bit is provided in the kit but it stinks.

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