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Thread: Throttle body synchro's brands

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    Whitefish Bay, WI, 3mi N Milwaukee

    Question Throttle body synchro's brands

    I know that Twin Max is the gold standard.

    Are there any other good ones out there that are not so pricey?

    I am not cheap, but I have become constructively frugal.
    "What is beautiful is simple, and what is simple always works"....Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47.
    Current bike: 2015 Yamaha TW 200, modified for road/street use with tire, sprocket upgrades. "Center yourself in the vertizontal. Ride a motorcycle...namaste' "

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    IBA #44567 Ken F's Avatar
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    An 8' piece of clear hose filled with Tranny fluid works just fine for me!
    Makes me grin each time I use it!

    Search for it on, easy to make and works just as well as anything.

    IBA #44567 Pres. Springfield BMW Roadriders
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    Cape Cod Ma.
    I agree with the grin factor. I used Marvel mystery oil . I leave it hanging on the wall for further enjoyment

    86 k100rt, 78 r80/7

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    Morgan Carbtune.

    It is less than $100 delivered to your door, in less than a week, from Belfast.

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    A bozo on the bus deilenberger's Avatar
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    Spring Lake NJ, USA
    Less expensive alternative - a used TwinMax. Mine cost me about $65 delivered to my door.
    Don Eilenberger
    Spring Lk Heights NJ NJ Shore BMW Riders
    '12 R1200R - I love this bike!

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    Old TM Here:)

    I bought one of the first TMs made in 1995. It still rides with me everywhere in my saddlebag. Its kept in a special padded bag I made for it, so it does not get beat up back there. Soooo easy to use and soooo worth the money spent. 85$ in 1995. The TM works on all my bikes, old and new and you cannot carry the other various carb sticks anywhere with you! The TM packs along so easily on any trip, even though I have rare need to use it. At least I have it along for insurance. Randy

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