Kaoko Throttle Stabilizer Cruise Control for Triumph Select Tiger Models | With Triumph OEM Hand Guards

SKU:KAO.TIGXC
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Description

Kaoko Cruise Controls are purpose-built and consist of a friction nut that is integral with a replacement handlebar-end weight. read more

Product Documents

SKU:
KAO.TIGXC
Categories:
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Brand:
Kaoko
Weight:
1 lbs
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Price

$129.99

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Description

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

Fits with or without the Tiger OEM hand guards.

Does NOT work with Touratech or Barkbusters handguards.

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

Fits:

  • Triumph Tiger 800
  • Triumph Tiger 800 XC
  • Triumph Tiger 800 XCX
  • Triumph Tiger 800 XR
  • Triumph Tiger 800 XRX

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

2011-2014 Triumph Tiger 800

2010-2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XC

2015-2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XCX

2015-2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XR

2015-2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XRX

2016-2017 Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer XCX

Part Numbers

Our part number: KAO.TIGXC
Manufacturer Number: TIGXC

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2010 - 2014 Triumph Tiger 800 / XC
2015 - 2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XC / XCx / XCa
2015 - 2017 Triumph Tiger 800 XR / XRx / XRt
2016 - 2017 Triumph Tiger Explorer XCx / XCa
All Years Triumph Tiger 800 / XC
All Years Triumph Tiger 800 XC / XCx / XCa
All Years Triumph Tiger 800 XR / XRx / XRt
All Years Triumph Tiger Explorer XCx / XCa

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  1. Anonymous

    Excellent!

    Anonymous

    This fits great, works fantastic and never interferes with normal throttle function.

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  2. Anonymous

    Works

    Anonymous

    Product is easy to install and works. Added bonus, it cuts down on handle vibration.

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  3. BillG

    Indispensable

    BillG

    My second kaoko. Works as speed control when cruising, but also when partly engaged, helps smooth the Triumph’s jumpy throttle. For that reason alone, much better than other on-off throttle ‘locks’. Simple to install and maintain.

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  4. Mortarman123

    Works great!

    Mortarman123

    I bought this little device when I was in Los Angeles and used it to ride to Toronto and I know that I wouldn’t have been able to make it in the same time without it. Now I use it all the time even for short trips to the countryside. Kaoko will definitely be my first purchase on any additional bikes I get in the future.

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  5. Jim

    I must have a defective one?

    Jim

    This is installed on a ’12 Tiger 800.
    No matter how I have the inner plastic washer, and I’m guessing that it must be there, with the attachment screw tightened properly with the factory handguards and heated grips, the lock either is tight enough to not allow the throttle to move at all, or if I back the attachment screw out, It’s too lose to lock any at all. I have tried it with Blue Lock Tite and can find a, somewhat, sweet spot, but the throttle will not snap back, I have to roll it off.
    Not happy as to how it works, and doing a return is now impossible as I threw awty the packaging, so I guess I’m out $141.
    Not happy at all

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  6. Georgia Riding Adventures

    Pleasantly surprised!!!

    Georgia Riding Adventures

    I purchased this throttle lock after using the Brake Away brand on my cruisers for several years. I wasn’t sure how much I would like it as it functions in a completely different manner than what I was used to.

    I installed the Kaoko on my 2014 triumph Tiger 800 XC. I have the original OEM handguards on my bike, so there was no issue with fitment. Installation took about 15 minutes, and was very simple. I won’t say it looks original on the bike, but it is not very noticeable unless you were looking for it.

    I ride daily, and I have made a few short tours since I purchased the Kaoko. I must say I am very pleased with the function of the device, and the look. It performs well, and it is easy to use. The only negative thing I have found is that there is no “quick release” for the device. You roll it toward you to lock the throttle, and you roll it away from you to unlock the throttle. This works fine, and I’ve had no problems at all with it. Also, you can still roll on and off the throttle while the device is engaged.

    I give the device four stars, and I would strongly recommend it to anyone with a sport/adventure/naked style bike. If you are a cruiser rider I would recommend the Brake Away device as it automatically releases with the brake handle or the press of the release button.

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