Moose Racing Dual Gasser

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OTMTRX

Active Member
Apr 9, 2012
#2
I got the moose... I like the twist part (I kinda modded it to take up the slack in internal cable and it made it a little quicker turning too).. not sure on the thumb bit though..I can't get the lever to sit where I want it.. nice little unit though..

Terry Cable is the only other brand I know off... if that helps
 

Burke

Troll Slayer
Lifetime Member
Apr 18, 2012
#4
I have the Terry Cable Dual Gasser on my Banshee and I have the same issue as Stewart... the Thumb lever just sits so far back that you almost have to take your hand off the grip to reach it. I don't use it very often and when I do it is only for a few seconds to get through some really nasty terrain, so it doesn't bother me too terrible much.
 

OTMTRX

Active Member
Apr 9, 2012
#6
I have the Terry Cable Dual Gasser on my Banshee and I have the same issue as Stewart... the Thumb lever just sits so far back that you almost have to take your hand off the grip to reach it. I don't use it very often and when I do it is only for a few seconds to get through some really nasty terrain, so it doesn't bother me too terrible much.
That's exactly it.. lever way too far back.. I'm going to keep trying with mine.. going to pull lever and redrill the pin for a different position... that are good units..kinda trick but the lever is so far off from where it should be, I don't get why they didn't put it roughly stock position...?
 

TRXFLYER

Active Member
Apr 14, 2012
#7
I have the Moose DG & it is well built. The thumb lever is in a different location as far as initial spot but its because it has a different leverage than stock. I like it and the feel of the thumb throttle. As for the twist portion, it's easy to take the slack out and a lot of guys do, but riding desert I kind of like the slight slack & don't want a quicker turn (its already 1/4 turn). Having that twist is a great option to have when you're riding for hours and you start getting thumb cramp.
 

450Riot

Active Member
Apr 24, 2012
#8
That's exactly why I want one. So far only one good review on the thumb throttle position is startin to make me wonder though..