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  1. #21
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    Love that knurled grip. Where is that from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knotwerk View Post
    Love that knurled grip. Where is that from?
    Thats actually the throttle tube assembly. The grip skides over that it is knurled to help hold the grip on. Its a biltwell single cable whiskey throttle.

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    Probably my favorite Japanese cruiser. I'll definitely follow this thread.

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    Thanks man its definitely a sweet scoot! Here is another updated shot. Still wrenching on her hopefully in a month ot two she will be ready to ride.
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    Hello I was unable to see the attachments on the bike but very interested in seeing what you did since I want to chop my roadstar and would like some I dead and does and don't

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    Sweet ride dude, you're giving me some good ideas to try with my 2000 MM Ltd Road Star. Definitely gonna keep track of your progress!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05ss45 View Post
    I am looking into coke bottle grips. I would like to do a single throttle cable. I noticed some coke bottle grips have the throttle tube already. I am unsure if they come set up for dual cable or single cable? Cause if they come dual cable i can just buy a single cable tube and the grips that don't come with the tube. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
    To save yourself money and time keep the stock Yamaha Throttle tube and
    just buy the rubber grips you want. That way you do not have to add a 2nd
    throttle housing next to the start switch housing.
    You can always just use a one cable system to the stock Yamaha throttle.

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    Luky, it's over 3 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillcat View Post
    Luky, it's over 3 years old.
    OK.. Hillcat

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