MotorCycle Cruise Controls

Cruise Control for Kawasaki 1400GTR Concours - pre 2010 with Charcoal Canister vac_upgrade

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Engine Crash Bars:: Not fitted

Sku: MCS4490-NoCrash

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

The cruise control for this model was developed using a vacuum operated throttle servo (vacuum actuator) which is was obsoleted by the manufacturer several years ago.  The VACUUM ACTUATOR has been replaced by our ELECTRIC THROTTLE SERVO, but we have not fitted the new electric servo to this model.  The new servo is a different size, shape and requires a different mounting method on the bike.  Functionally it does the same things,  but we do not know how or where it can be mounted on the bike.

As a result the following processes MUST be followed:

  • this kit now demands an electric servo UPGRADE to be fitted, which takes greater mechanical skill and understanding of our products.  Please do NOT buy until you have read all the documentation and are certain you have the skills to fit this kit properly.  This applies to dealers and retail customers.
  • Finding a suitable location and mounting the servo is the most difficult part.  The servo upgrade instructions provide many photographs of mounting examples and also shows the full range of 'universal' mounting brackets available, but the installer has to decide what brackets, if any, are suitable and order them with the kit.  Two of  these brackets will be provided at no additional cost with the kit as well as other mounting hardware such as nuts, bolts, hose clamps, etc if requested and we have them in stock.  We carry a large range of these components.

  • Please do NOT buy this product unless you are prepared to, and capable of, determining what additional mounting hardware is needed to be supplied in the kit (brackets, fasteners, hose clamps etc.) and if possible, what lengths of servo cable and servo electrical wires are required.
    All the brackets and hose clamps available are shown in the Electric Throttle Servo Upgrade Manual, and must be ordered by the part numbers shown in
    the manual.
    The length of the servo cable is also required if possible. The Upgrade Manual has a list of the available lengths of the servo cable.
    If possible we also need know the length of the wires from the cruise control computer to the throttle servo.
    If these lengths are not supplied by the purchaser, a long cable and long wires will be supplied in the kit and the installer will have to modify these parts to suit the installation.  Instructions for making up a servo cable and modifying wire lengths are in the Servo Upgrade Manual.
    The original model-specific Vacuum Installation Instructions show where all the other parts of the cruise control are mounted on the bike.  This can be used to determine the length of the servo cable and wires required.
    The parts you require and length of cables and wires need to specified with your order (in the notes page) or in a single email sent after your order is placed
The motorcycle cruise installation instructions and specific cruise manuals and supporting documents can be found here.
    The Motorcycle Cruise Control unit is specifically designed for this vehicle, depending on year of manufacture and emissions equipment (refer to notes).
    • Download the Brochure now:
      Click here for the vehicle brochure
      2009 Or Older Bikes
      The electronic cruise control unit is shipped worldwide with all parts, parts list and detailed installation instructions for this kit.
    • NOTE 1: 'Above handlebar' switch placement on pre-2010 models is not available.
      NOTE 2: Older bikes (pre-2010) with an evaporative carbon canister, or 'California Spec' bikes, require a different kit to the non-canister bikes. Please EMAIL US, or use the comments section in the Cart, so we can provide the correct parts.
      NOTE 3:If your bike is fitted with crash bars you will need to specify this at the time of order.
    • Download the Parts List now:
      Click here for more information on this Motorcycle Cruise Control 2009 Or Older Bikes


    • Please read the 2009 OR OLDER brochure to see how the cruise control will look on your bike.
    • 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.
    • Please review the SPECIAL NOTES for critical information about your bike.


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