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Hi guys,

I am the new owner of a 2019 full throttle and was just hoping for some advice. I had the bike restricted by the garage I bought it off and I was under the impression that on a bike of this age it would be an electronic restrictor however the invoice I have recieved lists a restrictor plate being fitted. I would be fine with it being mechanical however I feel like my throttle travel is extremely short and was wondering if this because of the kit or just a characteristic of the scramblers. I dont think it even goes round 45 degrees before coming to a dead stop. Is this normal?

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Sounds like they bolted a restrictor plate on the throttle body’s butterfy, restricting full opening?
 

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So if I understand right if I got them to swap the current restrictor they've fitted out for the electronic one sold by alpha technik I would get full throttle back and the power would instead be restricted by the ecu limiting fueling?
 
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