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Old 04-19-2012, 11:39 AM   #1
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I know this oppose what most guys are doing but I am looking to make the throttle less sensitive. I ride a lot in the mud and water and looking to make it of a more gradual acceleration. Right now it seems like it goes from 0 to balls to walls
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:47 AM   #2
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The only option is sport mode or non-sport mode for the Commander. You can also get a new clutch and play with the setting's. Your right though, not a whole lot of people try to figure out how to get the Commander to go slower. I think your the first.
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The only option is sport mode or non-sport mode for the Commander. You can also get a new clutch and play with the setting's. Your right though, not a whole lot of people try to figure out how to get the Commander to go slower. I think your the first.
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I think i know what hes talkin about. He is doing some techical riding and needs a better feel on the throttle. I would definately suggest regular mode vs sport mode. And yeah, a clutch adjustment might be in order. Good Luck James.
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Maybe the slow key?
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Old 04-19-2012, 02:19 PM   #6
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Thanks guys! I will try the slow key as well
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Yes the work key or the slow key both do not react quite as much as the performance key. I keep mine in the truck just in case i loose the key and need one to get it back to camp. I tried it once and was happy to retire it because it is too slow.
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you can chop off a couple toes to lighten up that lead foot or just put stiffer springs in the peddle
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DragonFireRacing.com has a clutch they call the mudder clutch check out their site and give them a call their tech support is awsome they would be able to tell you if that clutch would do more what your looking for or what options you might have. Good luck
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Old 04-25-2012, 03:41 PM   #10
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