I have a 2008 900 Classic LT and am on my third season with about 8,000 miles on the bike. I need to lube the throttle and clutch cables and have not done it before. I have searched this thread for a procedure but cannot find one. Looking things over, I assume I need to split the throttle housing so I can get to the cable openings. The cable guides run up hill then down to the throttle wheels, so I assume I need to disconnect the cables and pull out the cable guides from the housing to get a downward flow of lube. I'm planning on using a liquid graphite cabe lube that I've heard of people using. It's in a squeeze bottle. Also, The clutch cable on the L/H grip will need to be removed (right?) and if I flow the lube down, will it run out the bottom of the clutch housing to tell me I've got it lubed? Sorry for long winded question but once I do this I'm dialed in lubing the cables.