Seen In Germany. Internal Throttle With 6 Bearings

internalthrottleAll internal throttle manufacturers promise a precise craftsmanship, a slackness fit with smooth and easy turning of the throttle. A German company called Müller Motorcycle AG offers a system equipped with 6 bearings (a trademark technology) consisting of 2 ball bearings on top of each other on each side of the pulling sledge and of 2 friction bearings to provide an unequaled easy pull of the cable. Fits all 1 inch handle bars with cable passage. For an internal throttle, you will typically use 2 left side aluminum aftermarket grip,.but the company recommends using their own “Müller Aluminum Grips”

7 Responses to “Seen In Germany. Internal Throttle With 6 Bearings”

  1. 1 IfeeltheBreezenow Mar 30th, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    Gotta love the .
    Send us $ 49 and we’ll sell you install instructions.
    Capitalism at its best.
    Trust us. It right.
    Just pay me for you to know for sure.

  2. 2 Terence Tory Mar 31st, 2013 at 5:08 am

    Honda cub throttle.

  3. 3 Pat Mar 31st, 2013 at 6:28 am

    You can download instructions for free… German text of course!

  4. 4 Steve Mar 31st, 2013 at 6:50 am

    Send 49€ or 63$ and your handlebars to Müller an she install the internal throttle for you!

    Or you buy the toolkit for 67€ or 86$ and make your own fingers dirty! 😉

    Have a nice day!

  5. 5 SIGFREED Mar 31st, 2013 at 8:47 am


    You have evidently never experienced communism – trust me if you had, you would have sent them 100 x $49, telling them to keep the change as a tip for preserving the free market system…

  6. 6 Wikked Steel Mar 31st, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Looks like a quality mechanism to me. Expensive, but not surprising.

    Here’s a better link to their site:

  7. 7 Jay Horton's Private Shop Apr 1st, 2013 at 8:20 am

    …it’s gotta be better than the P.O.S. I’m fixing for a customer right now. He paid ~$275 US for it and isn’t worth $10 Renminbi that it cost to make. Uber alles….. Later Jay

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