Pro Wrenching Tip—How To Clean Your Throttle Assembly


Shan Moore

by: Shan Moore


An often overlooked dirt bike maintenance chore is cleaning your throttle assembly. Just like your air filter, the throttle assembly needs to be cleaned on a regular basis, especially after a dusty or sandy race. Dirt or sand inside the throttle housing and in between the throttle tube and the handlebar can cause the throttle to become more difficult to turn, and that can slow your reaction time or lead to arm-pump.Just like your air filter, dirt and grit can get into your throttle assembly and can cause the action to be rough or make the throttle hard to turn. It can also damage your throttle ...

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