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Author Topic: Running Wires Inside Handlebars on a Throttle By Wire (TBW) Bike - DIY  (Read 3235 times)

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November 29, 2013, 11:51:27 AM
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If you are installing new handlebars on a bike with TBW and want to run all the wires internally, change the existing throttle sensor.

The stock throttle sensor is part #32305-08 and contains a little green non-serviceable clip that makes it hard to run all the switch wires internally inside bars.

To give yourself some room there is a different throttle sensor part #32310-08 that is used on CVO models that does not have that green clip. Using the CVO throttle sensor when changing handlebars, just makes life a little easier.

Below is an attached picture of the harness with the green clip. Imagine trying to feed wires past that green monster!!

See the attached document for details...

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March 14, 2014, 08:04:19 PM
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I take it that the metal tube with the gear at its end. Slides into the handlebar. With the gear protruding out the end of the handlebar. The grip that goes over it and in the bottom of the grip is where the gear resides and mates with the gear teeth inside the grip. Is the end or bottom of the grip open to allow access to the gears? If not, does the butt of the grip, look like it was separate from the grip tube before assembly?

March 14, 2014, 08:38:44 PM
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I take it that the metal tube with the gear at its end. Slides into the handlebar. With the gear protruding out the end of the handlebar. The grip that goes over it and in the bottom of the grip is where the gear resides and mates with the gear teeth inside the grip. Is the end or bottom of the grip open to allow access to the gears? If not, does the butt of the grip, look like it was separate from the grip tube before assembly?


Your "take" is correct.   

The gear on the sensor protrudes just out of the handlebar and the grip slides over the gear with a mating gear inside the grip. I have done a replacement of my stock grips and can say from experience there is no end cap that allows access to the gears.

December 30, 2018, 03:16:21 PM
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Related thread is linked below...

Handlebar Upgrades/Installation


 



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