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I am changing handlebars on an 06 sportster 883

I need to know if there are basic instructions as to the removal of the throttle and clutch and re install on new bars...

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Just keep up with all your parts, take pictures to make it easier.the cable holders need to be removed with a bit of care to make suure they will stay on the new bar. Don't remove more than you have to.Make sure the new bar is not to low or to high when you lock it down as it will make a change in your reach for steering control.

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Throttel sticking on 2002 883 sportster


Hi Larry, throttle sticking on this model 883 will usually be the result of one or more of the following;
1.) Not quite enough free play in the cable. Adjusted at handlebars for both cables.

2.) A significant kink in the routing of the cables. Look under tank if adjustment per the above does not correct the issue.

3.) Finally, I make mention of this just so that nothing is left to assumption. There is an adjustment under the throttle wick at the handlebar. It is a small turn wheel that is usually held in place by a c-clip to keep it from falling out. Though not often, it does occasionally happen that this c-clip falls out and sometimes may penetrate the plastic bushing that resides between the tension screw and the the throttle grip.

Personal preference dictates how one chooses to set the throttle on their bike. As for me, I am never comfortable with it until assured that upon release, the throttle "snaps" back to fully closed position. I test this with the front wheel turned in all positions. I encourage you to adjust yours in like fashion and once assured you have completely unrestricted free movement in all positions from wide open to closed, then use your thumb wheel to adjust the tension when you desire.

One more note here is in the "push/pull" nature of the throttle cable on this bike. NEVER disable either of the cables. The cable is designed such that given the desire you not only have a cable to open the throttle but a separate one as well to CLOSE the throttle. This is a wonderful safety feature that wasn't always provided or even considered useful. Please do not circumvent its usage.

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I just purchased a xl883L sportster and the throttle is sticking and not returning to the idle position. I know there is a button under the right throttle but I am turning it counter clockwise and it seems...


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I have 2000 883C Harley Sportster and my throttle cable has broke. How do you change the cable.? Can you provide instructions.? Thanks


To replace the throttle cable, it would be best to pull the fuel tank off the bike. Take the hoses loose from the petcock, the fuel hose and the vacuum hose. Loosen the large nut that holds the petcock on and drain the fuel tank. Catch the fuel with a large funnel and an empty fuel can. Remove the crossover hose at the bottom of the front of the fuel tank. Remove the bolt at the front and rear of the tank and lift the tank off the frame. Now, Take the two bolts that hold the right handlebar switch housing halves together out. Carefully lift the top half and remove the throttle cable from the throttle sleeve. Be careful not to lose the ferrel that is on the end of the cable. You'll probably have to loosen the idle cable adjustment. Then take the air filter and the air filter backing plate off the carb by removing the two large bolts at the front and rear of the backing plate that screw into the heads. Then take take the three smaller bolts out of the front of the carb turning them each about couple of turns at the time until the backing plate comes loose. Now, roll the round throttle plate lever up and work the throttle cable out of the lever and remove the old cable. The cable plugs into the lower switch housing using a small lock ring. Work the cable around while pulling on it and it will come out although they can be aggrevating. Installing the new cable is the reverse of removing the old one. Make sure you get the cable routed correctly and you get it adjusted correctly so that the throttle operates like it should. Be careful not to pinch any wires when you put the right handlebar switch housing back together. Failure to ensure a smooth operation of the throttle could result in serious injury or death. Make sure it works right before you ride the bike.

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How can i tell if i have a sportster hugger or just a sportster 883?


The difference between the 883 and the hugger were very small. the hugger came stock with buck horn handlebars and a shorter suspension. the differences are still noticeable today between a standard 883 and and 883 low.
1992:
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To change the throttle/idle cables, first you need to remove the fuel tanks so you can get to the carb/throttle body. Loosen the adjusters at the throttle grip on the handlebars. Remove the idle cable first and the remove the throttle cable from the carb/throttle body. Then take the two bolts out of the throttle grip housing halves and carefully seperate them. Remove the old cables from the twist grip. Reinstall new cables in the reverse procedure. Before starting the bike, make absolutely sure that the throttle cables work like they're supposed to and the carb/throttle body will close completely.

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