I bought one but havent had the time to get around to installing it. I believe Jesse (jbluetooth) put one on his.
Its pretty straightforward, you loosen the cables you currently have, and then pull them off so you can take the old tube off. My problem is, even completely loose, one of the cables is pretty hard to take off. Having some kind of hook, or a small screwdriver might help. Putting the cables onto the new one is the same, you dont quite have enough slack to make it easy, and f you do use a screwdriver, you risk bending the cable.Hi Kojiiro,
What was the problem with the install of the R6 throttle tube? If you can give me a heads up it might make it easier for me.
Partzilla is where I got mine from. PN 2C0-26240-00-00 .Can you post a link of where you found the throttle tube? I've been looking but all I'm finding are generic ones that don't exactly have me all that convinced I'm buying the right part.
Arrived today and installed & loosened to install, and readjusted cable so it's nice and smooth. Used Snap-On pick's for the wire removal and a light film of lithium grease on the plastic. Its a tad different and I like it.Thank You Kojiiro for the info. I also ordered my self one from Partzilla. A little change here and there makes the R3 nicer and nicer.