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DO you guys know of a good place to get a throttle assembly (the twist control part)- and if you have the correct name i will take that as well, ha. I checked oldbikebarn.com but they didnt have any. im looking to replace the one on my 70 cb350. i checked some ebay stuff, but no exact match. ANy suggestions on what to look for? Are they all swapable as long its 7/8's? Thanks for any advice on where to track it down or what to look for.

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David,
The original throttle assembly has the front brake lever, starter switch and kill switch all built in to it. If you replace it with an aftermarket throttle you will need to get all of those things too. Otherwise, lots of different Honda right side throttles can be made to work if you can match up the wiring. The best bet for a street bike is to get the correct assembly either new or from someone here used. I probably have one in a box but it is 5000 miles from here, sorry.
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If you just need the plastic part not the housing they are reproduced and available in any bike shop (and I think it is called a throttle sleve). I think K&L makes one as does honda (you may even be able to get it from a dealer. As far as I can tell the one on the fiancee's cb360 is the same as the one on many of my cb750s.

honda calls it a "pipe":

part number: 95014-51100 for $9.68

If you need the whole housing (switch assembly) it is part number:
35300-317-671 and costs $43.50


Edited by - Geeto67 on Feb 26 2007 09:11:06 AM
 

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awesome. Yeah i found a site that sells honda oem parts. so im picking through what i need. now comes the fun part. making it all work. thanks for everyones help, you guys are full of information.
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