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Honda 954 Throttle Cables

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So we opened up hubbies bike again the weekend to put servo motor in, when we opened up and removed the airbox we saw some sloppy work from shop it went to, stuff we can fix ourselves luckily.

One thing we noticed was that there is only 1 throttle cable, we cannot really say it was the shop as we are a bit unsure, but when we phoned them they just said but you don't really need both cables.

So my question, do you need it, what is the general feeling ?

My feeling is that surely the Japs know what they are doing and have 2 cables there for a reason?

Have put flapper in airbox, servo motor connected, just making up cable at cable shop tomorrow for flapper, then we should be good to go, however we have a oil leak on motor that the shop will have to sort out.

3 weeks no riding, we are getting a bit depressed 🤣
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Re: Honda 954 Throttle Cables

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Me again....
So we opened up hubbies bike again the weekend to put servo motor in, when we opened up and removed the airbox we saw some sloppy work from shop it went to, stuff we can fix ourselves luckily.

One thing we noticed was that there is only 1 throttle cable, we cannot really say it was the shop as we are a bit unsure, but when we phoned them they just said but you don't really need both cables.

So my question, do you need it, what is the general feeling ?

My feeling is that surely the Japs know what they are doing and have 2 cables there for a reason?

Have put flapper in airbox, servo motor connected, just making up cable at cable shop tomorrow for flapper, then we should be good to go, however we have a oil leak on motor that the shop will have to sort out.

3 weeks no riding, we are getting a bit depressed 🤣
The 2 cable design is a 1 push 1 pull. The idea is that if one fails the other will be able to close or keep the throttle closed. When it comes to throttle, you certainly want both cables installed and properly adjusted.

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Re: Honda 954 Throttle Cables

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. . . however we have a oil leak on motor that the shop will have to sort out.
Pleeeease find another workshop
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