Classic mx throttle twist grip

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Classic mx throttle twist grip

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Hello,
I want build a b44vs, enduro style with miscelaneous cycle parts (forks,wheels,brakes,handlebar, contols....), but I want thar these parts are the same age, 69, three years up or down...only genune no replicas
By the the throttle tiwst grip I had thinked in this, but I don't know the year exactly:
-used in huskys and maicos Gunner gasser
-Magura 312
-Amal t 80/200
Only genuine prefer used or oem to new.
Anyone know the year or other options like doherty?
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this VMP seams to me to be a
EMGO 44-97750 trottle kit

I using it on my B50 as well on the Goldie for MX racing.
I like this Trottle, - cheap and good.

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I usually use magura or tomaselli/domino, and I havent used before the gunnar gasser, it is correct for the late sixties?
for me is important that the visually parts genune or aftermarket to be from the same time as the bike.
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madsundaysurvivor wrote: Sat May 02, 2020 8:21 pm it is correct for the late sixties?
no idea, :?: :?:

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I have seen it in eighties motorcycles, but don"t know when begin to make it
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The AMAL one is still available I think,check their website
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Domino/ KTM or Motion Pro are the go to for Enduro and MX. Domino with a KTM 125 or SX 85 cable is reliable and parts are available. They look period but without the issues the early sidepulls had. 90's Sukuzi RM 250 throttle and cable is also a proper seviceable thing.
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Yes, Are still manufactured here, under amal Spain license, arreche workshops, with plastic cane between 25-30€ , aluminium cañe 35-39€
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This b44vs will be a motorcycle to ride quietly through the field, not for racng, well, only a short rancing with some friend :mrgreen: :mrgreen: .
As I said, I like that the pieces, although they are not original, are from the same period. that a motorist in the late sixties could do at the time to improve his machine
reviewing husky and maico catalogues, I have seen that the throttles with 90 degree output appeared in the mid-seventies.
Before all was straight output.
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