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Domino XM2 Throttle > Motion Pro Rev2

By far.

The throttle felt sloppy with the Rev and the dust cover doesn't last very long. The free play was very hard to adjust to my liking.

The Domino is much better and I'm surprised I haven't seen one on the forum yet. Worth every penny.

The Domino reel was very hard to install due to not very much slack in the cables. But that made for a very tight throttle that feels great.

There's also no need to lube the cables due to the design. The cables are inside a white teflon tube inside the back conduit.




It's a tight fit if you have an oversized plenum.







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By far.

The throttle felt sloppy with the Rev and the dust cover doesn't last very long. The free play was very hard to adjust to my liking.

The Domino is much better and I'm surprised I haven't seen one on the forum yet. Worth every penny.

The Domino reel was very hard to install due to not very much slack in the cables. But that made for a very tight throttle that feels great.

There's also no need to lube the cables due to the design. The cables are inside a white teflon tube inside the back conduit.




It's a tight fit if you have an oversized plenum.







Where did you get the throttle tube? Motomillion?

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Where did you get the throttle tube? Motomillion?

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I found it new on eBay for about $40 and then I found the cables for about $80.

The cables were already complete and not the universal set that you have to put together on your own.
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Here's how I routed the cables on my 2009.





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Here's how I routed the cables on my 2009.



But you have to get different cables for the domino throttle tube?

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But you have to get different cables for the domino throttle tube?

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Yes. I have the cables. They are pictured above.
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Just curious, why do you prefer domino over motion pro? Was it performance or aesthetic? Bike looks great as usual bud.


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Just curious, why do you prefer domino over motion pro? Was it performance or aesthetic? Bike looks great as usual bud.


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The Motion Pro has a sloppy feel. And the free play is hard to manage. I've spoken to several people and they agree. The dust cover cracks easily also although I did manage to prolong mine with plastics treatment.

The Domino is much smoother. Feel much much better. The cables are in a teflon tube so there is no need for lube. The throttle is very tight and only moves when you want it too.

The Motion Pro would close and then continue to rotate forward after closing making the roll on not so smooth and a bit unpredictable. This is what I mean by sloppy.

Domino is a much better throttle and not just for looks. It functions a million times better than Motion Pro.


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I contact Mani (Motomillion) in the hopes that he will start stocking it for us.
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The Motion Pro has a sloppy feel. And the free play is hard to manage. I've spoken to several people and they agree. The dust cover cracks easily also although I did manage to prolong mine with plastics treatment.

The Domino is much smoother. Feel much much better. The cables are in a teflon tube so there is no need for lube. The throttle is very tight and only moves when you want it too.

The Motion Pro would close and then continue to rotate forward after closing making the roll on not so smooth and a bit unpredictable. This is what I mean by sloppy.

Domino is a much better throttle and not just for looks. It functions a million times better than Motion Pro.
Thanks for the heads up. I usually remove all the slack from my motion pro beginning of season, but i'll keep domino in mind next time. The one thing that does bother me about the motion pro is the rubber cover coming off the cables, they are cracking on both bikes. ANNOYING!!!

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Thanks for the heads up. I usually remove all the slack from my motion pro beginning of season, but i'll keep domino in mind next time. The one thing that does bother me about the motion pro is the rubber cover coming off the cables, they are cracking on both bikes. ANNOYING!!!

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I contact Mani (Motomillion) in the hopes that he will start stocking it for us.
If this happens I'll be in that buyer's line.

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But the domino throttle kit does not include throttle cable and extra reels, doesn't it ?
I'm considering the Rev2 to be installed

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But the domino throttle kit does not include throttle cable and extra reels, doesn't it ?
I'm considering the Rev2 to be installed
Yes. Cables and 3 reels.

You have to shop around to find them. I found mine on eBay.
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Rode with this thing today for the first time.

Awesome!

Very smooth and does not fatigue the wrist like the MotionPro. Don't know if I'm crazy or not but I think the teflon liner makes a huge difference.


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Thanks for the heads up. I usually remove all the slack from my motion pro beginning of season, but i'll keep domino in mind next time. The one thing that does bother me about the motion pro is the rubber cover coming off the cables, they are cracking on both bikes. ANNOYING!!!

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wish I had researched on the motionpro about that rubber cover before removing my Domino. It´s really annoying.

Looks good One2. Proper GP bike look.
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Rode with this thing today for the first time.

Awesome!

Very smooth and does not fatigue the wrist like the MotionPro. Don't know if I'm crazy or not but I think the teflon liner makes a huge difference.
How did the MP fatigue the wrist? I've ridden the exact same MotionPro for a couple years now, no issues. Also the sloppy play feeling is easily dialed out when you adjust the cables.

I use the progressive reel btw. It's 1/4 turn overal but starts softer than stock and then around 40% it ramps up to a maximum aggressive ratio. Pretty nice actually.

Nothing against the Domino, I'm just trying to see what the problems are with the Motion Pro....

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How did the MP fatigue the wrist? I've ridden the exact same MotionPro for a couple years now, no issues. Also the sloppy play feeling is easily dialed out when you adjust the cables.

I use the progressive reel btw. It's 1/4 turn overal but starts softer than stock and then around 40% it ramps up to a maximum aggressive ratio. Pretty nice actually.

Nothing against the Domino, I'm just trying to see what the problems are with the Motion Pro....
Motion Pro has inconsistencies with the Rev2.

I've spoken with a couple of members here who have experienced issues. 2 memebers here who track together have the same Motion Pro (I think both Rev2) installed on their bikes. 1 of them has the sloppy free play that's hard to dial in and the other's Rev2 operates just fine.

Another separate member has had the same issues also.

Me, I can't remove a lot of free play with the Rev2 without making the return very very resistant. Also, when I completely close the throttle, I can literally rotate the throttle beyond its stopping point making the throttle roll on unpredictable. I got use to it for a long time and then got tired of it.

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Motion Pro has inconsistencies with the Rev2.

I've spoken with a couple of members here who have experienced issues. 2 memebers here who track together have the same Motion Pro (I think both Rev2) installed on their bikes. 1 of them has the sloppy free play that's hard to dial in and the other's Rev2 operates just fine.

Another separate member has had the same issues also.

Me, I can't remove a lot of free play with the Rev2 without making the return very very resistant. Also, when I completely close the throttle, I can literally rotate the throttle beyond its stopping point making the throttle roll on unpredictable. I got use to it for a long time and then got tired of it.

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I just realized...I have the "Rev1" lol or whatever it's called. Resume normal broadcast
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