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2011 Kawasaki Teryx Adaptive Photo Gallery
People with lower extremity disabilities or handicaps can operate a side-by-side with hand controls from The Mobility Specialists.
Check out photos of this special Kawasaki Teryx 2-seater that has been modified with hand controls. Read the full review in the
2011 Kawasaki Teryx Adaptive Review
AMA 4-stroke Motocross champion Mike Young co-opted with Vince Fabozzi at The Mobility Specialists to create a dirt-worthy setup.
The Mobility Specialists hand controls use a left-side twist throttle.
It’s been a challenge to make these controls have enough leverage to stop at speeds.
The reality of living with a lower extremity disability or handicap is a complete change in lifestyle, particularly for motorcycle and other powersports enthusiasts.
Call Vince Fabozzi directly at The Mobility Specialists to ask about your particular machine (1-877-777-5438).
Mobility The Mobility Specialists hand control can be applied to any side-by-side, not just the Kawasaki.
Over the course of a single day our tester became so comfortable that he started using the hand controls exclusively.
The Mobility Specialists is located in Brea, California, and manufactures a whole catalog of handicap accessories.
The addition of the pipes required some fuel tuning so he also installed the Big Gun TFI Power Box ($269.99).
The adaptive Teryx is perfect for hunters, explorers, nature lovers, farmers… anyone, really.
Young installed a full-system Big Gun Evo Utility Series Exhaust ($789.99) which gives the Kawi an even better growl.
The introduction of UTVs in recent years has brought more opportunities to get back on the throttle.
The benefits are noticed greatly in rough situations where the driver’s feet get bounced around.
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