Yamaha Motorcycle Throttle Lock

Yamaha R1, R6 and R3

Yamaha R1 Throttle Lock Yamaha R6 Throttle Lock

Customer Reviews

Tom, 2007 Yamaha V-Star 1300T - Very simple to set up. I have Kuryakin Iso-grips but otherwise stock. Seem to be between the large and medium spacers - I used large and the press is quite firm but works perfectly.

Kevin, 2015 Yamaha fz-07 - Very easy to install. Had to remove it once to reposition the friction pad due to not enough contact on the throttle housing. After that adjustment the throttle holds perfectly. I've rode up to three miles without loosing any mph. I recommend this to anybody that wants a throttle lock that is high quality and that really works.

David M., 2013 Yamaha Super Tenere - The ATLAS has excellent instructions and was very easy to install. It disengages very easily. It holds its position really good and is easy to adjust to minor speed changes.

Yamaha R1 with the ATLAS Throttle LockYamaha R6 with the ATLAS Throttle LockYamaha R3 with the ATLAS Throttle LockATLAS Throttle Lock with the thinnest friction pad stopper

Setup

Clamp arm: Small Clamp arm

Channel: 1st Channel

Friction Pad: Small Friction Pad

Explanation of Install

There is no modification needed to mount the ATLAS to your R Series Motorcycle. Simply bolt the ATLAS onto your Yamaha and you're ready to cruise. It fits perfectly.

In some cases, you may need to remove the plastic collar from your throttle sleeve. It serves no real purpose on stock bikes.

If your throttle still has the plastic collar between the grip flange and the throttle housing, make sure you mount the ATLAS between the plastic collar and the throttle housing. Or you can simply remove the plastic collar.


Yamaha Super Ténéré

2010-2013

Yamaha Super Tenere Throttle Lock

Yamaha Super Tenere with the ATLAS Throttle LockATLAS Throttle Lock setup for a Super TenereYamaha Tenere Throttle Housing BevelYamaha Throttle Plastic Collar

Setup

Clamp arm: Small Clamp arm

Channel: 1st Channel

Friction Pad: Medium Friction Pad adhered .03" below top edge

Explanation of Install

The ATLAS Throttle Lock works perfectly with the Super Ténéré. To properly fit the ATLAS Throttle Lock to your Super Ténéré, cut off the plastic collar between your throttle housing and grip flange.

Now take the medium friction pad and adhere it to the stopper all the way to the left and .12" (same thickness as the large friction pad) below the top edge of the stopper, just like in the image. The purpose is to avoid all the throttle housing bevels.


Yamaha FJ-09

Yamaha FJ-09 Throttle Lock

Yamaha FJ-09 with the ATLAS Throttle Lock

Setup

Clamp arm: Small Clamp arm

Channel: 1st Channel

Friction Pad: Medium Friction Pad adhered .03" below top edge

Explanation of Install

The ATLAS Throttle Lock fits perfectly on the Yamaha FJ-09. Just be sure to adhere the medium friction pad .03" below the top edge of the stopper. To easily measure this distance, use the thinnest friction pad. The thinnest friction pad is only .03" thick.

In some cases, you may need to remove the plastic collar from your throttle sleeve. It serves no real purpose on stock bikes.


(Specific Bikes with Known Interference)


Only 2014-2015 Super Ténéré

These years have a lobe on the lower half of the throttle housing which interferes with the placement of the ATLAS Throttle Lock. You would need to mount a 2013 or older Super Ténéré throttle housing, which can be found here. Or rotate the throttle housing 180 degrees, so the lobe is on top and the cables run out the bottom.


FJR 1300

These throttle housings have a bump-out which would interfere with the ATLAS if you were to have the cables run below your handlebar (seen in this picture). All you need to do is loosen the screws holding the throttle housing to the handlebars, rotate the throttle housing so the cables are coming out of the top of your handlebars, then tighten it back down. Now you can mount the ATLAS without interference.


Do you still have a question about installation? Drop us a line. Include your bike's year, make and model. Thanks!