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Old 10-18-2012, 08:20 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Joey, if you decide against "an o-ring & zip tie", and do go with the breakaway, i noticed you have ISO-grips. The YOUTUBE video at the bottom, will be helpful for you to mount it.

Also, Leader brought this $20 throttle bar to my attention, and he'll post his review soon.
Go-Crusie motorcycle throttle control

Go Cruise Throttle Control Review - webBikeWorld - YouTube
*at the end of the video, there are tons of links to many different throttle locks people have come up with.


Here is the install of breakaway with iso grips:

Breakaway Cruise Control vs ISO Grip - Review & Installation - Video Guide: Tip of the Week - YouTube

Here's my review:

https://www.rswarrior.com/forums/20-p...ml#post2339039

I kind of doubt anybody wants to give one of these BrakeAways up. They might, who knows...
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Old 10-18-2012, 08:31 AM   #12 (permalink)
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What's the different between a brake away and the plastic throttle locks?? I know what LD has and how it works.


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A brake away is released by your brake lever. So you can lock the throttle, but as soon as you pull on the front brake lever the throttle is released. A great idea, but kind of expensive. I'm surprised nobody has ever copied it and sold it cheaper. I guess they have some good patent lawyers.
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