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Electric Servo Universal Cruise Control Kit

Crimper #61:
(10% GST will be added in the cart f or Australian orders only)

The Universal Cruise Control Kit is our STARTER product that contains all the common components that an installation needs. It does NOT contain ALL the parts necessary so you must read the following 'Universal Cruise Control Installation Manual' to work out what specific parts YOU need for YOUR bike, and add them to the shopping cart (or your purchase will be refunded).


A Universal Cruise Control Kit is not for the mechanically challenged. If you can't readily understand and answer the following questions about your motorcycle, then you should not be considering buying or installing our Universal Cruise Control Kit. Please check with by EMAILING US before purchase.

The following list of universal parts are required to complete your order (add each to cart):

  1. Universal 'A' Bracket Kit
  2. Universal 'H' Wiring Kit
  3. Control Switch Bracket
  4. Carburettor Cable
  5. - Select ONE of the following Cable Interface Units:
  6. Universal 'E' Single-Spool Kit
  7. Universal 'D' Dual-Spool Kit
  8. - Select from the following (if applicable):
  9. Universal 'J' BMW R-Series Throttle Splitting Kit
  10. OPTIONAL 'G' CIU Cover Kit
  11. - Do you require a speed sensor and magnets?
  12. Universal 'C' Speed Sensor Kit
  13. Magnet Kit

The main questions to be answered are (good quality photos emailed to us will help):

1. Do you have space to mount the cruise control components - cruise control computer, electric servo motor, cable interface unit (CIU), control switch?
2. Does your bike have twin throttle cables (one to open the throttle & one to close it) or a single cable?
3. What is throttle cable travel (how far the throttle cable moves from idle to full throttle)?
4. What is the free length of the throttle cable at the carburettor (throttle body) end of the cable? This is the exposed length of the inner cable from the end of the outer cable or adjuster lock nut to the cable nipple.
5. What thread type & size is used on the adjusters on the throttle cable at the carburettor (throttle body) end?
6. What type & size of cable nipple is fitted to the bike's throttle cable at the carburettor (throttle body) end?
7. Think about where you propose to mount the CIU & how long the cable from the CIU to the bike's carburettors (throttle bodies for a fuel injected models) needs to be?
-In order to do this you have to define where the CIU will go within reach of the existing throttle cable when it is disconnected from the carburettors; and at the same time:
-Choose this place to be within 1150mm of a place you can mount the actuator (under 600mm preferred).
10. What is the most suitable control switch bracket for your bike?
11. Do you want a black control switch or chromed?
12. What speed sensing arrangement is suitable for your bike?
13. What sort of electrical connectors are on the bike for brake light switch, clutch switch, ignition primary (either ignition coil or tachometer) & speedometer sender?
14. What parts kit/s will be needed to be able to fit the cruise control to your bike?

Your online order must include answers to all these questions in the comments section. The detailed Universal Cruise Control Parts Ordering Guide below will help you answer these fundamental questions.

The basic cruise components kit will give you all the parts that every cruise control model uses. It will NOT give the parts needed to fit the cruise control to any model motorcycle. You MUST add one or more of the A to J parts kits to arrive at a complete kit for your motorcycle. NOTE that this is NOT a universal cruise control kit that will fit any bike. It is a starter kit with basic components to which the custom designed or other universal components MUST be added. Refer to the separate model list to see what other parts kits are required.

Purchase of the Utilux #61 roll crimper is highly recommended. The Universal Cruise Control Kit requires the installer to terminate a couple of dozen wires AND is required to build the servo motor cable (the rope-cable nipple).

Download the Utilux Instructions:
Click here to see the Utilux crimper instructions

Click here to see the Universal Cruise Control Partslist

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