Kuryakyn ISO Throttle Boss
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Kuryakyn ISO Throttle Boss• The Throttle Boss is a small adjustable ‘paddle’ that is positioned under the palm of the throttle hand• Allows the driver to relax his or her grip slightly and still maintain a constant speed• Muscle stiffness and fatigue are reduced after prolonged cruising at a steady pace
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asmcdennis Posted :
tmandan Posted :
Wife loves it!!!!
Loyal5 Posted :
It works and is good, but I liked the contoured throttle boss better
lordlochwood Posted :
A definite must have!
castironmike55 Posted :
Work's well and a lot less fatigue on the longer trips!
OlderHippy Posted :
Nice match to the Right side Throttle Boss that came with my grips. Makes the bike look balanced.
jimbennett Posted :
It is like a hand rest. They are great
Redwagon97 Posted :
Very useful part I wish I could adjust them a little more
jackpgoebel Posted :
Does its job.
cowboyup3355 Posted :
Awesome purchase, I don't have to grip the throttle all the time or use my cruise control as often for my hand to be comfortable. I'm thinking about buying another one for the other side just for aesthetics and maybe a little comfort.
freebass Posted :
Just another palm rest for the left grip to balance out the look.
OTGKA Posted :
The product is good.
cowboy52317 Posted :
finnegantrae Posted :
These little guys rock! Great for trips or just around town. They really add more comfort to any ride.
260twister Posted :
Good Product. Works as advertised- Great people to do bussiness with.
capt.tom Posted :
Really helps on the long rides very little cramping of the right hand.
moon505 Posted :
I love the Throttle Boss with the Iso-Grips. I installed them on my 2009 Heritage Softtail. It gives your hand a break when your feeling a little cramped on the long ride
BigJerDaddy Posted :
this is the 3rd time I bought this items.I used them for gifts.
Samtdog Posted :
Best thing so far for allowing my right hand to relax on long trips -
rkrier Posted :
Worth the money. Doesn't do a whole lot for me though.
k9poppy Posted :
trent1k1 Posted :
Looks good with the Iso Grips and helped alleviate some of the numbness in my throttle hand as I can now adjust my grip without slowing down.
joelstaruck Posted :
A "must-have" when installing Kuryakyn ISO grips. Greatly reduces hand fatigue and looks great!
mleininger Posted :
perfect addition to my 2004 Roadstar. easy to install too.
joekeys Posted :
Works very good but you have to set it correctly or it gets in the way whilr braking.
orangevtx Posted :
Really helps tired hands and relieves the numbness! Very comfortable.
dorkface Posted :
i love it kuraykyn is good stuff
dctalk555 Posted :
Great little invention. Great addition to the ISO grips. Great looks and works like a charm.
Transam1 Posted :
Excellent - influenced others to purchase.
rotti101 Posted :
Easy install, no wrist fatique on longer trips.
kinardr Posted :
Great addition to the Grips.
RockinR36 Posted :
A must on long trips.
oknerb Posted :
The ISO throttle boss also works just fine.
jtexasred1 Posted :
A nice addition to the grips.
ricpad1 Posted :
Love them. They look and feel great. I opted not to install myself and chose to have the dealer do it.
ggunsch Posted :
I should have bought this before the ride to Sturgis! The boss is simple to install and adjust, and is extremely comfortable. You rest your palm on the boss for those long cruises, and let your fingers relax. I thought it might get in the way during in-town throttle action, but it doesn't at all.
mclellan Posted :
I love em! Great feel & looks.
Foggy1952 Posted :
Excellent product. Look great and very comfortable.
jlandry Posted :
Pretty useful, especially on long ride!
cyberdragon Posted :
The Kuryakin Iso Throttle Boss is a nice looking and handy addition to your grips. If you have Iso Grips on your bike already, all it takes is four screws (included) and about ten or fifteen minutes and you have a matching accessory with purpose. I use it as a hand rest, and also as a cruise control. How is it a cuise control you ask? I adjusted it so that it is level with the road at 60 MPH and all I have to do is rest my hand on top of my grip and rest the heel of my hand on the Throttle Boss. Just the weight of my hand on the Throttle Boss keeps the grip rolled back and I can cruise hours with little strain! The only downside to the device is my first Throttle Boss started peeling chrome after three years so I had to get another. But they are a good value, so the new one is on my V-Star now.
hondavtx03 Posted :
The Kuryakyn throttle boss has performed well so far. I like the look of the throttle boss paired with the Kuryakyn ISO grips as well as how it feels on my palm. I had a much larger throttle control device prior to the throttle boss, so I do notice the differance in size with the Kuryakyn being smaller. But, the Kuryakyn throttle boss complements the grips and makes the two look as one piece. Very easy install and the quality seems to be as good as the grips. By the way, if you don't have a set of the Kuryakyn ISO grips, get a pair, they are very comfortable!!
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