Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Corona De Tucson, AZ
Actually if you think about it a little more, you realize that having 2 cables doubles the chances of having a cable break or fray and bind as well. Anyone that has riding experience should know where the kill switch is if there is an issue, at least I would certainly hope so.
I don't know how you think it could act as a cruise control unless you removed the throttle return spring from the carb. With one cable there is less resistance so it actually closes easier....and takes a bit more pressure to keep the throttle open.
Sick Mick* 2006 V Star 1100 Custom - Striping, lettering and paint by Sick Mick 6* Tree 21" front - Sideburners - Progressive rear 16 apes, switches relocated Silent pods Sick Mick Solenoid Delete - Sick Mick Spring seat - The fuel tank is still stock ..... for now
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