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Motorcycle throttle lock

by toofuu, published

Motorcycle throttle lock by toofuu Jul 1, 2013

Description

Locks throttle against brake lever, rest your right hand on long straight roads.
It worked for my Ninja 250R, modify size to suit your needs.

*Added .STL file.

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What do you do with a thing file?

Can we get this as a .stl file?

Here's an review of these : http://www.webbikeworld.com/t2...

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SteveMac on Sep 12, 2013 said:

What do you do with a thing file?

DaGroundZero on Jul 5, 2013 said:

Can we get this as a .stl file?

cryoteck on Jul 1, 2013 said:

Here's an review of these : http://www.webbikeworld.com/t2...

cryoteck on Jul 1, 2013 said:

Come on guys... I've been using one of these for the last 4 years.

The way these work is that you throttle down when you're about to come to a stop which move the lever and then you apply the brake.

It becomes very natural after a short while. Btw this is not a new thing and has been around for years now.

Don't know if you guys against this actually drive motorcycle?
I doubt it since you should have seen these around.

So let's relax with the unsafe this and that, and realize that pretty much anything can be unsafe in the right (or wrong) hands!

akka69 on Jul 1, 2013 said:

Seems totally unsafe to me. But bartek66.. link points to fact there seems to be a market for that.

On the other hand you could use it to pick pickles from a jar....

how_eee on Jul 1, 2013 said:

Very bad design! Where is button 'dislike' here?
In case of emergency braking, lever will move throttle up.
In case you felt down, bike will continue its wild uncontrol trip, and may hurt somebody.

Heres what you needhttp://media.meta.ua/files...

toofuu on Jul 1, 2013 said:

You're right, if you make it too tight and fix it firmly on the throttle.
It's intended to slip and close the throttle on braking, users may need to fine tune the size for their motorcycles.
Good point, maybe need more description.

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