Kaoko Cruise Controls are purpose-built for a variety of motorcycles over 600cc. They consist of a friction nut that is integral with a replacement handlebar-end weight.
To install, just remove the right hand bar weight, replace it with Kaoko's bar weight, and firmly tighten the central retaining screw.
- with OEM bar end weights and no hand guards
- Greatly reduces rider fatigue and strain on hand and wrist
- While cruising, rider is able to remove hand from throttle grip, throttle opening will remain as set
- Very simple to operate, even with heavy winter gloves
- High quality, compact and durable design, super smooth action
- Takes less than 5 minutes to fit
- Very little maintenance is required
- Less wear and tear on throttle cables and linkages
- Can result in reduced fuel consumption
- Honda NC700 and NC750 series (most models)
- Honda NC700X, '12-
- Honda NC700 Integra Scooter, '11-
- Honda NC750, '13-
- Honda CBR500R, '13-
- Honda CB500X, '13-'15
- Honda CB500F, '13-
Kit does NOT include a replacement left-side bar end weight.
Kaoko Safety Warning: The Kaoko Cruise Control is an aftermarket accessory. Any misunderstood, abused or incorrectly installed motorcycle accessory is a safety hazard that could cause injury or death. Its the riders responsibility to understand the operation and purpose for which the Kaoko Cruise Control is designed, namely, for cruising, only when safe to do so. At all other times the control should be disengaged. The Kaoko Cruise Controls are to be used only by experienced and responsible riders.
U.S. Pat. No. US D593,462 S
U.S. Pat. No. US D593,463 S
U.S. Pat. No. US D593,464 S
- Review by brian528
My purpose is to provide occasional and short term relief for a cramped hand on long trips. (Posted on 4/8/2015)
- Review by Steveee
- Review by CTX700_Rider
The main advantage of the Kaoko throttle lock is that, unlike the GoCruise I used previously, the Kaoko can keep the throttle from slipping. However, the Kaoko has 2 disadvantages. The first disadvantage is that the Kaoko is not readily engaged. From its fully disengaged position, multiple wrist twists are required to lock the throttle. As the Kaoko is twisted, the throttle setting will vary. My strategy is to prepare the Kaoko when there are no vehicles right behind, by twisting it to where it is almost engaged, and then to engage it from this setting when I want to lock the throttle. However, it's tricky to position the Kaoko at the balance point between totally disengaged yet requiring a single wrist twist to fully engage.
The Kaoko installation instructions are incomplete and unclear. The pictures are too small. (Posted on 9/14/2014)
- Review by Saj
- Review by Summicron