A shop manual for your bike is a must no matter if you ever need it or not. It can be downloaded off of the Internet. You can go to Motion Pro and there you will find a tool that is designed for lubing throttle and clutch cables. Buy a can of cable lube (it will be silicone base) that you can then spray thru the tool connected to the ends of the throttle cables. The cables will have to be removed from the throttle grip and switch housing and this done by loosening the cables as much as possible then prying the cables off of the grip with an awl or similar tool.Just for reference, how do we lube the cable and what should we lube it with? (got my bike used and don't have an owners manual)
Use this as an excuse to get some new Iso-GripsWell I went ahead and started poking around and ultimately found out the plastic piece inside the grip where the cables attach to is broken.
I guess it would be called the throttle tube?
Does Kuryakn sell just the throttle side grip or am I in the market for a new set of grips?
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