Join Date: Mar 2017
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah U.S.A.
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Well, to me, the difference is that the Kaoko needs to be adjusted properly with each application. It's not hard to do, but you still have to dial in the correct tension to actually hold the throttle at a given rpm, and if you roll the throttle off, you have to redo the tension again to get it locked.
The NEP has a hex nut that you adjust when you install it, that adjusts the tension when in the switched on position. Once adjusted, just flip the switch - it's on, flip the switch - it's off.
When the NEP is in the on position, you can still roll the throttle off if needed, or adjust you cruise speed and it stays set to the pre-adjusted tension.
I can't do that with the Kaoko.