Sticky throttel cable


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moneypit
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Sticky throttel cable

Postby moneypit » Mon Feb 02, 2015 2:07 pm



After reading fcanary post about a sticky throttle Moneypit has the same issue so I will be changing both cables. Once again i'm asking for help . I don't have a clue where to buy the cables so if anyone has a good place to buy them please let me know. thanx.



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Re: Sticky throttel cable

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Feb 02, 2015 3:51 pm

moneypit wrote:After reading fcanary post about a sticky throttle Moneypit has the same issue so I will be changing both cables. Once again i'm asking for help . I don't have a clue where to buy the cables so if anyone has a good place to buy them please let me know. thanx.


Throttle cables aren't all that expensive, and you can find them pretty well anywhere. Quite a few sellers sell them on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss? ... ingdocs-20

Have a read through How to replace your throttle cables

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Re: Sticky throttel cable

Postby k1w1t1m » Mon Feb 02, 2015 5:30 pm

Your local motorcycle store or Honda dealer might have them in stock or will be able to order them for you. Alternatively you could order them online from any number of motorcycle parts and accessory places. All you need to do is provide the make and model of bike and also if you need the length changed if for example you have risers fitted.

Once you have them in your hand follow the link Scott has provided above.


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