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Cruise Control for Indian Scout Bobber [Throttle-By-Wire only]

Computer Mount Option
Switch Option
Diagnostic Dongle Patch Connection
(10% GST will be added in the cart f or Australian orders only)

NOTE: - This cruise control kit will ONLY fit the Indian Scout Bobber and Scout Bobber 60.  It will NOT fit the Indian Scout or Scout 60. At this time we do not know if it will fit the Scout Bobber Twenty.

The bike we used to prototype the cruise is a 2019 model, however we have also fitted a cruise to a 2014 Scout 69, and it is functionally the same, so to our knowledge this will fit all model years of the Scout Bobber.

The Motorcycle Cruise Control unit is adapted specifically for this vehicle, with a custom made and fully plug and play wiring harness, using genuine connectors and terminals as used by the manufacturer. There is no wire splicing or any other permanent changes made to your bike.

Cruise control computer mounting location.

  1. The cruise control computer is mounted inside the headlight cowl on the right side of the headlight shell. If your bike has a different cowl  or screen fitted to it, but still has the original headlight shell, the cruise computer will fit on the headlight shell, as long as there is space.  Please read the brochure for more details and photos.  The harness provided for this location will not allow the computer to be mounted in any other location.

  2. If you have replaced the original Bobber headlight shell with a Scout headlight shell and placed all the electrical connectors inside the headlight shell, do NOT order this kit, order a Scout cruise control kit.  The Scout kit places the cruise control computer on the frame (see below), but also has changes to the wiring harness to reduce the space taken up by connectors in the headlight shell.

  3. The cruise computer may be mounted in the same location as the Scout, in a special bracket low on the frame on the left side of the engine using the threaded mounting hole for engine crash bars.  There are two brackets available, one for bikes without crash bars, and another for bikes fitted with crash bars.  Please read the brochure for more details and photos.

    We have had a couple of customers asking about mounting the computer on the frame, under the fuel tank in front of the air filter housing.  With the standard air filter, there is not enough space to fit the cruise computer, however some have fitted an aftermarket air filter, and they say that this creates more space and the computer will fit there.  We have NOT seen these filters, and we have NOT fitted a cruise computer in this location.  The wiring harness provided with the cruise control WITH THE FRAME MOUNTED COMPUTER is long enough mount the computer in front of the air filter housing, under the fuel tank if desired.  We do not know if it would be long enough to mount the computer behind the air filter.  We do not know if the computer really will fit in this location, how the computer can be mounted in this location or if this location may cause reliability issues with the cruise computer due to higher temperatures, although we don't expect temperature to be an issue in this location.

    NOTE: - The harness provided with the standard headlight cowl mounted computer (Option 1) is NOT long enough to mount the computer in any other location.

Cruise control switch - there are three options to choose from (see the photos):

  1. Our original MCCruise switch mounted on the mirror mounting post.  This mounting can use the mirror if it is fitted.  A suitable bolt and washer are provided in the kit to mount the switch if your bike has bar end mirrors fitted.

  2. Our original MCCruise switch mounted below handlebar.

  3. New Slim MCCruise switch mounted below the handlebar.  The mounting method is the same as used on the 2nd option above, but the Slim switch is used instead of our original control switch.  Please read the brochure (link below) for details about programming changes in the computer for this control switch which change which buttons are used for SET and RESume.

Cruise Control Switch Wire Length.

Our cruise control switches come with two different switch wire lengths.  Normally for this bike the switch provided has the shorter length switch wire, roughly 90cm (35") long from the back of the switch to connecting plug. This is usually plenty of length to fit the Bobber with the standard headlight shell computer mounting.

If the cruise is ordered with the optional frame mounted computer, the switch wire may not be long enough if the bike is fitted with Hi-Rise handlebars.  See the brochure for more details about this, including how to measure the wire length needed and how to order a longer switch wire if you need it.

CAN-BUS Diagnostic Dongle Patch Harness

The cruise control connects to the bike's diagnostic connector.  In most cases this connector is fitted with a blanking plug, but some other accessories may also connects to the diagnostic plug.  If this is the case, a patch harness must be fitted to allow the cruise control AND the other accessory to be connected at the same time.  See the last page of the brochure (there is a link below) for more details.

Speed bump setting: The cruise computer is fully configurable by the user for either 1 or 2 km/h or 1 or 2 mph set speed change per SET/ACC or RES/DEC button press.

The electronic cruise control unit is shipped worldwide with all parts, parts list and detailed installation instructions for this kit.

    • Download the Brochure now:
      Click here for the vehicle brochure The electronic cruise control unit is shipped worldwide with all parts, parts list and detailed installation instructions for this kit.
    • Download the Parts List now:
      Click here for more information on this Motorcycle Cruise Control

    CLICK HERE to see a list of installers.


      BEFORE ORDERING YOUR KIT:

      1. Please read the brochure to see how the cruise control will look on your bike.
      2. INSTALLATION MANUALS are no longer published on the web. However we urge you to obtain complete installation manuals from us before purchasing. That way you can review and assess whether to install yourself, or need to employ a professional. Please EMAIL US so we can provide all manuals and other important information about installation.
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