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1996 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic - FLSTC Throttle Cables

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Magnum Shielding BYO Throttle Cable Kit The perfect solution for emergency situations. Looks and works as good as factory made cables and available in stainless steel braided with chrome fitt
Drag Specialties Braided Throttle Cable Cables feature chrome-plated polished fittings, stainless-steel braiding, tempered steel inner conduit and an inner nylon liner for smooth operation and long
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Vinyl Throttle Cable
$20.39 - $24.29
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Biker's Choice Vinyl Throttle Cable Whether replacing old sticky cables or need a different length, Biker’s Choice vinyl cables by Motion Pro will give the smooth long lasting performan

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Ben (Arlington, TX)


Didn't work out for me...

I didn't even have it for a month and the cable broke while riding at 75mph. The sharpest angle of the cable was not even a 45* bend. But the bad thing is that it broke beyond the bends, almost mid way up. Might have been a bad cable. Either way, it didn't work out for me.

Dillon (Phoenix, OR)

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Must work because I can still stop!

Changed OEM lines because they were starting to melt after 7 years of trackdays and racing. The install was easy to understand and the lines married up to the OEM master cylinder easy peasy!

Joey (Denham Springs, LA)

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Joke of a design

Ordered a set for my 2006 zx10-r and not only did I have to grind away at the cable housing just to make them fit inside the throttle housing. Where the cables attach to the throttle bodies Motion Pro decided to thread the ends with a larger diameter than can fit into the TB mounts. How hard is it to mimic the OEM design or even come close? All they had to do was make it smooth so it slides in nice and easy. These cables were garbage, don't waste your money because obviously MP didn't take the time to make sure their crap fit before they mass produced these things. If you're going to spend $60 go with another brand or OEM specifically.

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