Black plastic throttle, many models 1970s-1980s

  • Part Number: 14603455
  • Manufactured by: Moto Guzzi
MG Cycle 92.78
$92.78

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Reproduction of the original black plastic throttle with "Monopoly board" switches as used on 1979 and later big twins V1000 G5, CX100, LeMans II, LeMans III, SP1000, 1000SP, 850 T4, 850 T3 California, California II, etc. This throttle also replaces part number 19603435 as used on V35 II, V35C, V35 Imola, V35TT, V50C, V50III, V50 Monza, and V65, V65C, V65SP, V65TT, etc. Just like the original, this unit has the friction type throttle assist, engine start, stop, run, the removeable cable block with retainer spring, the adjustable throttle stop, and the plastic ring grip separator to keep your grip from dragging on the housing. Includes everything you need to install it and go. Also a suitable replacement for 14603435

Note: these switches are not perfect. In addition to being constructed just like the originals, a fair percentage of these switches are coming in with wires soldered on incorrectly. The result of this is that the labeled switch position may not reflect reality. So, on may in fact be off, for example. If this is not suitable for you, please do not order and consider using an alternative switch.

Reproduction of the original black plastic throttle with "Monopoly board" switches as used on 1979 and later big twins V1000 G5, CX100, LeMans II, LeMans III, SP1000, 1000SP, 850 T4, 850 T3 California, California II, etc. This throttle also replaces part number 19603435 as used on V35 II, V35C, V35 Imola, V35TT, V50C, V50III, V50 Monza, and V65, V65C, V65SP, V65TT, etc. Just like the original, this unit has the friction type throttle assist, engine start, stop, run, the removeable cable block with retainer spring, the adjustable throttle stop, and the plastic ring grip separator to keep your grip from dragging on the housing. Includes everything you need to install it and go. Also a suitable replacement for 14603435 Note: these switches are not perfect. In addition to being constructed just like the originals, a fair percentage of these switches are coming in with wires soldered on incorrectly. The result of this is that the labeled switch position may not reflect reality. So, on may in fact be off, for example. If this is not suitable for you, please do not order and consider using an alternative switch.

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