The ATLAS throttle lock is a mechanical cruise control that fits almost all motorcycles. It's called a throttle lock, which can be tricky because it doesn't actually "lock" your motorcycle's throttle. When engaged, it simply holds your throttle in whatever position you leave it in. When you want to adjust your speed, just twist the throttle as usual. It uses pressure and friction to keep the throttle from spinning freely.
The atlas clips onto the plastic throttle tube, between your rubber grip flange and the throttle housing so it doesn't take up any grip space. It turns with your hand on the throttle, is thumb activated, and just over 1/4-inch thick.
The ATLAS throttle lock has two buttons. One to activate the unit and one to disconnect. You have the freedom to install the atlas at just the right angle so you're never searching for the buttons, it's always right where you expect it to be.
The atlas installs in less than 10 minutes and requires no modifications for most bikes. Works with hand guards and heated grips. When the atlas is engaged, a friction pad, on a stainless steel tab, presses against the throttle housing. It doesn't disengage when you twist the throttle. We did this intentionally so that you can make incremental speed adjustments while driving. You can cancel the atlas at any time.
- Dimensions: 7.6 x 1.30 x 7.6 cm.
- Weight: 113 grams.
- Material: Stainless Steel.
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