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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.

“This spring was easy to install and took away all the throttle [...]

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