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ATLAS Throttle Lock
The ATLAS Throttle Lock is the most universal and intuitive throttle lock ever made. Designed by motorcyclists for motorcyclists. It will be the last throttle lock you’ll ever need to buy.
The ATLAS Throttle Lock is made of hardened stainless steel and will last the life of your motorcycle.
So, what is this black chunk of metal? Well, it’s a mechanical cruise control, more commonly known as a throttle lock. A “throttle Lock” can be a little misleading because this product doesn’t actually “lock” the throttle of your motorcycle. When it’s engaged it simply holds your throttle in any position you leave it in. When you want to adjust your speed, simply rotate the throttle like normal. It uses pressure and friction to prevent the throttle from rotating freely.
Well, how does it work? The ATLAS is clamped to the plastic throttle tube, between your rubber grip flange and the throttle housing. The ATLAS Throttle Lock has two buttons, one to engage the unit the other to disengage the unit.
You can override the ATLAS at any time. When you have the ATLAS Throttle Lock engaged you can increase or decrease your speed by simply twisting the throttle as you ride.
The ATLAS Throttle Lock comes in two configurations. A Top Kit and a Bottom Kit. Both units work exactly the same, the only difference is where it mounts on the throttle tube. To see which unit is best for your motorcycle please CLICK HERE.
Installation is dead simple. The ATLAS Throttle Lock bolts straight on to your throttle tube. The unit's ratcheting mechanism will clamp the ATLAS to any throttle tube diameter, from 7/8” to 1-1/4”. CLICK HERE to view the installation instructions.
What's included with the Kit?
Your kit comes with everything you need to mount the ATLAS on many different motorcycles.
- Installation Instructions
- Allen Key (2mm)
- 2 M3 Bolts with thread locker
- 3 sizes of friction pads (2 of each)
- Alcohol Prep Pad
Before completing your purchase please CLICK HERE and check which unit, Top Kit or Bottom Kit is most suitable for your motorcycle.