Throttlemeister is the only name to trust for motorcycle cruise controls. Throttlemeister Cruise Control gives you a great way to make a long ride more enjoyable. Cut down on hand stiffness from having to hold the throttle in the on position with a Throttlemeister Cruise for your bike. Available in models for Honda, Throttlemeister is an excellent addition to any bike. Get a Throttlemeister on your bike and make every ride the trip of your life.
Fits stock Honda handlebars and Heli Bars manufactured after January 2004
Machined from Billet Stainless Steel & Ampco Bronze:
Eliminates rust and corrosion.
Maintains a lasting Beauty.
Sealed by "O" rings to keep out dirt and water:
Will maintain it's smooth and solid operating feel for years.
No Maintenance, No need for lubrication .
Easy to use:
Engage by turning in the same direction as opening the throttle.
Disengage by turning in the same direction as closing the throttle.
Can be operated wearing heavy gloves.
So simple to use that there is no need to leave it engaged when it is not needed.
Doesn't take up grip space:
Since we mount our Throttlemeister where the existing end weights mount, you don't loose precious real estate on your hand grip, unlike the competition's.
Includes matching left side End Weight:
Bar End & Throttle End are the same weight.
On most bikes simply remove original end weights then replace with "Throttlemeister" and matching End Weight.
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throttlemeister - bill IA
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: easy to use
Cons: have to make a permanent change to your handlbars
I've used TM for years on my Honda ST1100. I just put them on an ST1300. You have to pull out the insides of the right handlebar to insert TM's handlebar mechanism in order to attach the TMs. This might make it difficult, if not impossible to attach other bar end weights in the future. You can usually engage the TM with just a grip amnd twist of your little and ring fingers. I found someone to make a knurled ring around the edge of the TM and can engage with just a swipe of my finger. My previous ones worked well even with grip heaters. I haven't tried heated grips with these yet, so I don't know if they will work welll, but I expect them to.