How to Determine Fitment
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Steps to determine fitment
Step 1: Check for adequate spacing for the ATLAS between the throttle housing and the grip flange.
All you need is a gap of 2.5 mm or greater between the grip and the throttle housing. That's roughly 3 thick bank cards wide. If you need more space than this, you can most likely pull back your grip flange to gain the room needed. Please play the video under the section "Will it for your motorcycle" and scroll to 33 seconds. This will show you how to pull the grip flange back.
Step 2: Use our 'Make, Model and Year' search tool to locate your motorcycle. The search tool will show you exactly which unit to purchase. If you can't find your motorcycle, please click the Contact Us button below. We are happy to help you make this decision.
If you can't find your model and you know which kit you need, select 'Other' in the 'Model' section to gain access to all kits.
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Included with the Kit
Your kit comes with everything you need to mount the ATLAS on many different motorcycles.
- Installation Instruction
- T10 Torx L-Key
- 2 - M3 Bolts with thread locker
- 4 - Slide-on Friction Pads
- 1 - ATLAS Key
Everything you need to know about using the friction pads with the ATLAS Throttle Lock.
Installing the ATLAS Throttle Lock
The ATLAS Throttle Lock was built for adventure and motorcycle touring.
This thing works great! I finally gave in after seeing numerous people with them and I’m glad I did. Just engage it and give your hand a rest. Do yourself a favor and get one, especially if you do long distance travel.
Although not many long straight roads here in Tasmania, definitely on a long ride I much appreciate giving the throttle hand a break for 10 to 20 seconds, fairly easy to fit the mechanism and works a treat!!
Well made and does the job as promised.
Awesome & easy
ATLAS Throttle Lock
i bought two of them. We rode from Argentina to Alaska, 18500Km. Indispensable and worked perfectly throughout the entire journey.
I got this grip to deal with long distance hand fatigue. It works. It's easy to install. As it turns out I'm not a huge fan of using it. It works 100% as promised and I think it's great value for the price. I'm just using it less then expected. It still requires constant adjustments as the wind buffets you or inclines change. I never realized how many micro corrections I actually make. It has a place on my bike but it's not as beneficial as I had expected. If you go in with clear expectations you will be satisfied with the value.
Love the simplicity of this product. Even after a crash was able to bend the parts back and make operable. God send for right wrist nerve damage
After hearing/reading positive reviews, I put it on a ‘17 F800 GSA. I’ve had it for a little over a year or so. My main use of it is not so much for “cruise control”, but rather to free up my right hand to make an adjustment or push a button on my com. For me, it works perfect for this purpose. The design is simple and the quality is good.
Helps save my hand for a few minutes at a time on my KLR.