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Anyone have a cruse control or throttle locker fitted up and working nicely?
I'm thinking off adding one to the RC. I have Throttle Miester on one of my other bikes and it works good but cost is high. Haven't used any other brands or types. Your recommendations are welcome.
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stay with throttle miester as that is what i run (the heavy ones) well worth the cost that's my 2cents

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Get one of these....




She can take turns with you on the throttle and when she isn't, well....

Is this also why you were looking for a back seat??



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Yikes

That booty belongs on a stretched Bussa at Daytona. I don't have a CDL license for one thing and I don't need saddle bags for this bike either (at least not flesh colored). I didn't know you had a ninja.what is the max load rating on your tires?
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That booty belongs on a stretched Bussa at Daytona. I don't have a CDL license for one thing and I don't need saddle bags for this bike either (at least not flesh colored). I didn't know you had a ninja.what is the max load rating on your tires?
hahahaha nicely done.

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Holy cow, while you guys were bantering I realized that there was a bike in the ^^^ picture. I just assumed she had wheels....

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I didn't know you had a ninja.what is the max load rating on your tires?
Actually jondog sent me that picture....he asked me if the ninja made his girl look fat



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