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A motorcycle cruise control also improves gas mileage by reducing constant throttle inputs. One of the simplest and most elegant designs we’ve seen for a motorcycle cruise control, is the Kaoko Throttle Lock. Just tighten the friction ring against the edge of your throttle’s hand grip and it uses gentle resistance to lock the throttle in place. The ATLAS cruise control is easy to install in just 10 minutes. It clamps on the plastic gas tube, between the throttle flange and the throttle housing. The ATLAS Throttle Lock has two buttons. One to activate the Cruise Control and another to deactivate it.

Vista Cruise I do about 60 miles a day commuting on my R6, so I had the same need. I picked up a Vista Cruise throttle lock, and installed it. Was fairly easy to install, though you will need to trim down the height of the handgrip where it flares up next to the starterbox on the clipon. But if you don't like the stock throttle lock or don't have cruise control, you could spend hundreds of dollars and your precious time trying to get some wrist relief for those 1,mile iron butt runs. One quick, easy, and inexpensive solution is the E-Z Cruise Control by Kaoko and supplied by Black Dog Cycle Works.

My Cruise control, remote start and auto locks when driving and putting in park are not working. All seemed to happen at the same time. I have read through my manual and can't find anything on what may have caused this or how to fix it. Madco Rider San Diego, United States. Find a great deal for cock & lock motorcycle cruise control device at Motorcycle Accessory Design Co., .

Has anyone tried an Atlas throttle lock cruise control on a KRS? I have a with heated grips but no factory cruise control. Thottlemeister seems to be the throttle lock of choice but they are out of business and I can't seem to find any old/new stock. Atlas says it should work, just hoping someone has some experience with it. ALL of the one's I've looked at will not totally "lock" the throttle and can be "over-powered" with a little more force in back throttling. Jacine is totally correct in that keeping it clean and servicable will immensely help in keeping things much safer on the road. Short of actual electronic cruise control, this is the best option available.