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RZR Throttle Pedal by KMS

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KMS Performance is excited to offer a simple solution to the touchy RZR throttle pedal. A heavy duty throttle spring is now available to replace the OEM spring. Simple installation in minutes to get you back riding. No more bouncing around at low speeds.

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