Ditto.Make sure the rubber grip is not making contact with the bar end or switch controls. This is pretty comon when a sticky grip happens somewhat suddenly.
G'day all. I was intending to go lube my cables as I'm developing a similar problem on the Thrux but thought I'd check the source of all info Trumpy wise first for any tips, problems, cures etc. I found this thread with all of the answers to my questions, but also posing a new one I hadn't thought of, the issue of teflon lined cables. So ohiorider, what did you find? Is this an issue for all of us here? Has anyone experienced a worsening of their sticking throttles after lubing? To lube or not to lube, that is the question? (sorry Shakespeare).Some cables are teflon-lined. Probably not the Triumph ones, but as I recall, BMW hasn't recommended lubing their cables for several years. I'll need to double check on this with the BMW service rep. I think oil in their cables caused the Teflon to swell, which had the opposite of the desired result.