Kaoko Throttle Stabilizer Cruise Control for Select Kawasaki Motorcycle Models

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KAOKO Throttle Lock Cruise Control for Select Kawasaki Motorcycles

Kaoko Cruise Controls consist of a friction nut that is integral with a replacement handlebar-end weight.

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How To Install A Kaoko Throttle Lock & The Benefits Of Having One

To install just remove the right hand bar weight replace it with Kaoko’s bar weight and firmly tighten the central retaining screw.

Features

  • Greatly reduces rider fatigue and strain on hand and wrist
  • While cruising rider is able to remove hand from throttle grip throttle opening will remain as set
  • Very simple to operate even with heavy winter gloves
  • High quality compact and durable design super smooth action
  • Takes less than 5 minutes to fit
  • Very little maintenance is required
  • Less wear and tear on throttle cables and linkages
  • Can result in reduced fuel consumption

*Will fit KLR650E with original Kawasaki handguards or without any handguards. Will not fit KLR650E with full-wrap handguards that require removal of original bar end weight.

Does NOT fit ZZR1400 European model. Kit does NOT include a replacement left-side bar end weight.

Kaoko™ Safety Warning: The Kaoko™ Cruise Control is an aftermarket accessory. Any misunderstood abused or incorrectly installed motorcycle accessory is a safety hazard that could cause injury or death. It’s the rider’s responsibility to understand the operation and purpose for which the Kaoko™ Cruise Control is designed namely for cruising only when safe to do so. At all other times the control should be disengaged. The Kaoko™ Cruise Controls are to be used only by experienced and responsible riders.

USA Patents:
U.S. Pat. No. US D593 462 S
U.S. Pat. No. US D593 463 S
U.S. Pat. No. US D593 464 S

Fitment Notes

2014-2018 Kawasaki 650 Vulcan S

2006-2016 Kawasaki Ninja 650R

2017-2018 Kawasaki Ninja 650

2006-2015 Kawasaki ER6n

Kawasaki ER5f

2006-2016 Kawasaki Versys 650 models with or without factory heated grips and models with or without factory handguards

2015-2018 Kawasaki Versys 650LT models with or without factory heated grips and models with or without factory handguards

2017-2018 Kawasaki Z900

2018 Kawasaki Z900RS

2012-2014 Kawasaki Versys 1000 models with or without factory heated grips and models with or without factory handguards

2015-2018 Kawasaki Versys 1000LT models with or without factory heated grips and models with or without factory handguards

2019 Kawasaki Versys 1000 SE LT+ models with or without factory heated grips and models with or without factory handguards

2008-2015 Kawasaki KLR650 models with or without factory heated grips and models with or without factory handguards

2000-2006 Kawasaki Ninja ZX12

2006-2018 Kawasaki Ninja ZX14 / R

2006-2016 Kawasaki ZZR1400 '06-'16

2008-2018 Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours

2019 Kawasaki Z400

Part Numbers

Our part number: KAO.KAW200

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  1. Tundra

    GTR1400 Throttle Lock

    Tundra

    Easy peasy install, 15 minutes including moving bike out and gathering tools and putting everything away. This functions better than the ThrottleMeister as well as every other brand I’ve tried over the years. This looks great and functions well for what it is “Throttle lock” not a cruise control which I here many refer to it as. The quality is superb and I recommend the heavy model with the factory matching bar end weight for the GTR1400 (Concours) I don’t want cruise on a motorcycle, just some throttle hand relief occasionally and this fits the bill for me!! If I wanted cruise control I’d take my truck:} This looks factory and works, not as some cheap bolt on product.

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  2. Tundra

    Great Throttle Lock (GTR1400)

    Tundra

    This is exactly as advertised…easy install, easy operation, bar end weight matches my original on my Connie weight. My throttle is rarely in the same position very long. I ride hard all day when I have the opportunity. I use mine to relax a bit while heading home from all day rides. I liked the looks and finish of the Throttle Meister better, but they are out of business. This actually works better being easier to activate with gloves. A little pricey for what it is, but it works well and the decision to pay the price was mine. 100% satisfied with this product and the customer service. My first order arrived with stripped threads, return/exchange was processed easily.

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  3. Killer

    Easy install

    Killer

    Easy install. Works great. Second bike I’ve put one on. Really helps with a tired wrist on the long ride.

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  4. Tino

    Works as advertised

    Tino

    Bought a Kaoko throttle lock and works great. Ideal for those long rides.

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  5. Ronnie

    This throttle lock was so easy to install it took.

    Ronnie

    The unit was a bit pricey but having done a number of long trips worth every penny. It took a couple of trips to learn to partialy set the unit but now is very easy and comfortable. I would recommend this product to anyone doing long trips as it enables you to rest your right hand.

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  6. Donny Dont

    Lifesaver (or not)

    Donny Dont

    08 KLR 650. Normally I’m not a fan of marketing emails, but this was just good timing: A few days before leaving for a multi-day trip I got an email from TwistedThrottle about these throttle locks and I took a chance and had one sent express so it would arrive before I left. I agree that these are *way* too expensive, but as long as I don’t have to buy another one (for this bike) for the next ten years or so, I’ll accept the cost. Installation was simple of course. It really was a lifesaver (although I had it locked on at one point, and I was stretching my arm and elbow, and, just as you would expect based on Murphy’s Law, a deer appeared *right* in front of me, so it almost became just the opposite of a lifesaver, but of course that would have been my fault for not being aware of everything at all times and not having both hands on the bars – Don’t Do What Donny Don’t Does…). Anyone who’s been on those long rides with your hand, fingers, elbow, and arm tingling and just wishing you could flex your fingers and shake some of that buzz out even for a minute or two (without having to pull over constantly) knows how valuable something like this could be – and for me it really was. To maintain a constant speed over hills, I did need to adjust it, but I fully expected that. It does take a little practice to get used to applying it and rolling it off, but that’s also expected (although at least for safety/emergency purposes, if not functionality in general, I agree with RKK). If I can replenish my savings account to the point where I can afford another one of these apparently gold-plated pieces of hardware, I will definitely get one for my other bike too.

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  7. Coondog

    Coondog

    I bought the kaoko throttle lock for my 1997 Kawasaki concours
    We were leaving on a bike trip in a couple of days so I ordered it overnight
    There it was the next day and took about 3 1/2 minutes to install
    Works great and gives my throttle hand the rest it needs on a long tour

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  8. coconutman

    Love it! Does the job!

    coconutman

    Went for a ride on the weekend and tested it out! Just like anything new, it took a few times to get the feel of it, but it works like a charm! From a price point, it should be in the $100 range, but overall I’m very satisfied!

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  9. Johno

    Great product.

    Johno

    Works well with easy to understand instructions. A little overpriced. Had to call them with a installation question which they answered.

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