Lubing motorcycle throttle cable (’08 Kawasaki ZX6R by example)

Lubing motorcycle throttle cable (’08 Kawasaki ZX6R by example)
Video on lubing the throttle cable. This procedure may differ from your bike. Check with your service manual before proceeding.

16 thoughts on “Lubing motorcycle throttle cable (’08 Kawasaki ZX6R by example)

  1. So he enunciates? Its acceptable form while making an informative tutorial. You’re an idiot.

  2. I was thinking to buy a new cable because it stucked over the winter. Now i see the luber, a nice handy tool. Will try this first.
    You got me to the next level on motorcycle maintenance procedures!
    Thanks a lot mate!

  3. Question, do I need to take the cable off at the motor end as well, or just at the throttle assembly on the handle bars?

  4. As a zx6r owner, I have to say that it is a pain in the butt to get the adjusters off the cable housing. I almost completely mutilated the slots as well as my fingers trying to get them off before giving up. So I went to the plastic fittings with cut away tubing and just drowned them while they were elevated. I am now a firm believer that Kawasaki does make the simplest tasks ridiculously difficult.

  5. As always, your videos are a great help and you’re a great narrator. Keep it up!

  6. Excellent tutorial, especially when you mentioned to mark the cable adjuster. Otherwise, my dumb ass would misadjust the throttle cable.

  7. Just curious is this tool essential? I’m just thinking why couldn’t we pub with fingers? Or just spray the cables carefully? I’m just trying to establish why the tool would be best (not doubting) thanks

  8. @j cashe +j cashe where’s your videos? ummmm ummmmm ummmm. Douche. These are helpful if you actually own and maintain a motorcycle.

  9. great video by the way I just have one question I have a 2007 ZX6R and I was wondering maybe if you could tell me I don’t know if my throttle cables are ran correctly I’ve tried to look everywhere and cannot find any good video of the cables for the throttle being run correctly through the bike

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