MiloFu said:I have had Throttlemeisters on several bikes. Although they are beautifully made and definitely a high quality product, I feel their design is not very easy to use. As I recall, in order to "activate", you have to turn the end knob the opposite direction you turn the throttle to increase speed. You almost need to bring your left hand over to hold the throttle while your right hand turns the throttlemeister.quote]
Not quite; to engage the Throttlemeister rotate it in the same as applying throttle, and to disengage you simply roll it up, same as shutting the throttle. Proper adjustment is paramount; when I last installed one I used a dime as a spacer, and I only have to use the side of my right hand to engage; they should be adjusted just snug enough to hold the throttle, but not so tight it prevents movement altogether.
Crossing your left hand over to hold the throttle is simply unsafe, and certainly not recommended.
I got mine from RL cycles - they got me the heavy model in matte black for a good discount: http://rlmotorcycles.com/home/default.htm