MotorCycle Cruise Controls

Cruise Control for Triumph Rocket III Classic and Tourer servo

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$1,282.00 AUD
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$1,282.00 AUD
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Model: Classic & Roadster

Select Cruise Switch Bracket: Above Handlebar

LED/Flasher Brakes: No LED Brake Lights

Sku: MCS6310-HI

(10% GST will be added in the cart for Australian orders only)

The Motorcycle Cruise Control unit is specifically designed for this vehicle.

NOTE: - This product will fit Roadster models (with footrests instead of foot-boards) with some modification to the mounting of the cruise control throttle servo. Contact us for details of the modifications.

This kit now fits bikes with or without Triumph accessory engine crash bars.

The motorcycle cruise installation instructions and specific cruise manuals and supporting documents can be found here.

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

If your bike is fitted with (or you plan to fit) LED brake lights or a brake-light modulator, then a modification to the wiring harness is required to make the cruise control work. Please select the LED brake light option before adding your purchase to the Cart.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    2011 Rocket III Roadster

    I've just returned from a relaxing week cruising around SE Qld on the bike. The (Triumph Rocket III) cruise control did its job and enhanced the experience. I'm very happy with your product.

    Peter Queensland, Australia 13 May, 2019

    Paddy C
    2014 Triumph Rocket III Tourer

    I have installed the MCCruise Cruise control on my 2014 R2T. I have been using it for almost a year and it has been absolutely flawless in operation. About couple ago I was using it on the interstate and it would not hold speed at 80 mph. It would at 75 mph but not 80. Then about a week later it would not hold speed at all. I went through the trouble shooting guide and the diagnostic process gave a "stop code" of 7. The diagnostic code said: "Clutch signal detected Hi-Lo input 7 Clutch/neutral/sidestand switch/wiring fault". I checked the connections in the headlight bucket, where the clutch switch for the cruise control ties into the bike's system, and they were fine. I sent MCCruise an email for technical support on my cruise control.

    To my surprise I got a call from Tony Guymer, one of the two owners of Motorcycle Cruise Control. For those who do not know, he is in Australia and I am in Florida! He had me go out to the bike and spent almost 30 minutes having me go through different steps to diagnose and fix the problem. He also had me confirm that the fix was set in the system before we hung up!

    I tried the cruise control the next day it was back to being flawless. It held at all speeds at which I tried it including 80 mph. I know that I would not have been able to have figured this out on my own. If any of you are wondering if you can trust buying something that is sold half-way around the world, I can most assuredly tell you can! What OUTSTANDING customer service!