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Old 07-11-2017, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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ATLAS Throttle Lock

So I just ordered one of these:


An ATLAS Throttle Lock.

Set me back $196 AUD including postage.

I have tried the Omni Cruise (which I hated), and currently have the KAOKO Cruise Control installed (it works, but I find it a little fiddly trying to twist the throttle and screw at the same time. Plus you have to back-off in order to twist the throttle again and engage the screw, or use your left hand to engage the screw. Either way, I'm not 100% happy with it, but it's my only option for now).

Does anyone already have an ATLAS Throttle Lock?

My only concern at this stage is making sure it doesn't hit the tank with the handlebars on full lock.

Will let you guys know how it goes. Whether it's good, or whether I just blew $196. Lol.

Oh, and the website to order if you live in AUS is here: https://atlasthrottlelock.glopal.com/en-AU/

At least it's universal so I can always sell it if it doesn't work or fit the GSXS for some reason

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So my concern is if you have to panic stop for any reason, you have to remember to press that button.
With the kaoko you just rock your throttle forward. It also seems like an eye sore compared to the kaoko but that's an opinion not an objective fact.

*Danger Zone....*
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You can also just roll the throttle off with this one.
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It looks like a more expensive version of the NEP. If you can get the Atlas to work you can probably get the NEP to work and it's much cheaper. I didn't have space between the grip and the throttle cable box the get the NEP to work with unmodified stock grips.
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It looks like a more expensive version of the NEP. If you can get the Atlas to work you can probably get the NEP to work and it's much cheaper. I didn't have space between the grip and the throttle cable box the get the NEP to work with unmodified stock grips.
Yeah my mate has a NEP on his Tuono. We tried to get it to work on my bike with no luck. The ATLAS rotates with the throttle, but the NEP has to stay in a fixed position by holding onto your throttle cables. Due to the throttle cables being at the top of the throttle, rather than underneath, it means the NEP is upside down.

Apart from that, we just couldn't find a way to install it in order to get it to work properly

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Hi. I know this is an old thread,whether but I've been looking into the atlas throttle lock and wondering what the outcome was, whether it fitted and if it was successful?

Thanks in advance
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I replaced my grips with Pro-Grip 731s (much better than stock imho anyway) and that made room for the Nep CC-4 to fit perfectly in the groove of the stock throttle tube. Works perfectly, and cheap.
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I have a Kaoko on my FJ-09 and I love it, works great and looks great. I only use it if I'm doing a long ride , hour or more. I loosen it up so it's not catching and when I want to use it's just a quarter turn which I can do with one hand, takes a few seconds to adjust my speed once I engage it.
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I have a Kaoko on my FJ-09 and I love it, works great and looks great. I only use it if I'm doing a long ride , hour or more. I loosen it up so it's not catching and when I want to use it's just a quarter turn which I can do with one hand, takes a few seconds to adjust my speed once I engage it.
I had a Kaoko on my F before I put on the Nep. I hated it. Way too fiddly to get the tension right. The Nep is a simple and works with the flip of a lever.
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The Nep wouldn't work on my FJ because of the heated grips
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