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I really want to rotate my entire throttle grip assembly. When I adjusted the bars and pushed them slightly forward, the throttle assembly and buttons were all out of position. Who has adjusted the position of the throttle assembly, and how? I am trying to leave on a trip in 4 hours and really like to be able to get this accomplished before I leave. I have seen one video on youtube shorts that tell you which screw however doesn't say what tool and. I have tried at least 20 different screwdrivers, star bits, and Allen wrenches and have yet to find something to engage that bolt.
 

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Bueller... . Bueller..... I found a web video that says its a small star screw T-10 however no matter how hard I have tried I have been unable to get the screw to engage. Has anyone moved or adjusted their throttle assembly?
 

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Bueller... . Bueller..... I found a web video that says its a small star screw T-10 however no matter how hard I have tried I have been unable to get the screw to engage. Has anyone moved or adjusted their throttle assembly?
Malinois, I tried a T-10 bit on mine and it turns the screws, however I noticed it is quite a "sloppy" feeling fit in the screw head (almost seems like a slightly larger bit is needed but my next size up is a T-15 and thus too large). I'm not sure what you mean by "can't get the screw to engage" - if you are referring to loosening the screw, perhaps the torx head stripped out? I haven't loosened my throttle assembly all the way though, haven't needed to, but looking at it I do notice another recessed screw under there that appears to be larger than T-10 - unfortunatley it's too far recessed for me to get a bit on it. FYI good luck.
 
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