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Kaoko Throttle Lock Cruise Control SCRAM for Triumph Scrambler 900 '06-'14 & Bonneville SE '10-'13 (with mag wheels)

$136.99
SKU: KAO.SCRAM

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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.

Features

  • 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



Fits:

  • Triumph Scrambler 900 '06-'14
  • Bonneville SE '10-'11




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. It’s the rider’s 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.

USA Patents:
U.S. Pat. No. US D593,462 S
U.S. Pat. No. US D593,463 S
U.S. Pat. No. US D593,464 S

Customer Reviews
Review by Kaz
Rating
This throttle lock is useful for long, straight stretches of road, where I can leave it engaged. I find it tricky to disengage smoothly with my right hand, at the same time as the throttle (usually causing the revs to jump), so I've decided I can best engage/disengage the lock by reaching over with my left hand, while keeping my right hand steady on the throttle. (Posted on 9/4/14)
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