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Old 04-11-2018, 02:50 PM
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Hi,
I have a 2009 Arctic Cat 700 H1. I would like to replace the OEM throttle lever assembly (with built in 4wd switch selector) with an updated throttle assembly like the Urmosi, for example. (see attached). My dilemma is in relocating the 4wd switch selector, since the aftermarket throttle kit will not have the 4wd switch. I am looking for ideas that make the relocation look "like the atv came that way." For example, can I just get another toggle switch (see attached), relocate it on the atv, and call it good?
 
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Old 04-11-2018, 04:25 PM
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One other option, possibly= The European 700 SD Diesels had a twist (motorcycle) throttle. Would save a lot of thumb pressure. Thinking about doing to my US spec Diesel. Diesel throttle is much firmer than my 700 TRV gas model. Or it just may be the newer Cats have a better throttle. 08 Diesel and a 2014 700TRV gas. After driving the 08 for a couple hours, thumb goes to sleep, the 2014, can ride all day.
 
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