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« on: September 27, 2016, 02:37:47 pm »
What are you using and why,,
Im looking into a Rostra electronic, over the Murphs CCS 100 from Audiovox.
Its been around for years, but there is no need for the vacuum, on a bike. I installed these years ago, at car dealers, and just curios of peoples input.
On other sites im on, the CCS 100 has been used, but the move to the Rostra, 250-1223  Electric has been made on several bikes.
The Mccruise is very nice, but the price is very hard to swallow!
 
 
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2016, 05:33:46 pm »
The Mccruise is very nice, but the price is very hard to swallow!

I don't know of anyone that has a McCruise and doesn't like it or wished that they hadn't spent so much money on it.

It is MADE for the Concours and the instructions are top notch and the customer service is the best I have ever come across.

I LOVE my McCruise - use it on every ride and would not trade it for any other farkle on my bike.
There is a reason they cost more.  They are made for THIS bike, they are metal and very durable they have many setting and are reliable.

There are many people that install the Rostra and have many problems.  Not all and some can get them to work, but again they are NOT made for this bike.

There is someone on this site that paid $1800 for the McCruise and had it installed.  It all comes down to what's important.

All I can tell you is I would buy it again in a heartbeat, and IF I ever had my bike stolen or wrecked and got another Connie that would be the
first farkle I would buy again and install ASAP.

I know not everyone feels the same as me and will say the McCruise is not worth the price and a Rostra works just fine. 
But I tried to add a Rostra to My Busa and so I have experience with both units and You could not pay me to install a Rostra But I would install a McCruise
for free to anyone that was close to me - That's how strongly I feel about the subject. 

I have a feeling that if it was a new exhaust or a new brake system or suspension setup you wouldn't have a problem spending the money.
But none of those will give your wrists a break or possible keep you from getting a ticket as we know how easy the speed can increase on these bikes.

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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2016, 06:37:26 pm »
I installed the Throttlemeister.  Link is http://www.compacc.com/p/throttlemeister-cruise-control-kawasaki-zg1400-concours-14-2008.   It's technically not a "Cruise Control", more like a throttle lock, but works extremely well.  Easy to engage and disengage, and improves rather than detracts from the looks of the bike.  When locked, you can easily adjust speed up or down a little bit also.  Since installing the Throttlemeister, I have not experienced a want for the precise speed control that a Rostra or McCruise offers.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2016, 06:58:24 pm »
Its all about how much you want to spend...time, and or cash...

The Rostra works fine, and there are MANY users here that can talk you thru the install, and help explain it... Murph carries it, and the button control panel also.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2016, 07:15:58 pm »
John,
I had the Rostra on my bike for a year and a half. Zero issues with the unit. I did have a relay failure that caused a problem not allowing it to come on. I replaced the relay and all is well again. This was a aftermarket relay and not part of the Rostra supplied parts. China junk I suspect.  The Rostra is solid bang for your buck 265.00$ and is time consuming to install though not  difficult. Shortening the harness is not required but I did it in order to make a much cleaner setup as well as for potentially better long term results by not having a lot of wires hanging everywhere. I have seen several people say the McCruise has fewer connections although side by side they each have 8 or 10 wires that need to be connected so I fail to see one being much more involved than the other. The Rostra is a SIMPLER design to install with fewer moving parts though. You will have to install 3 to 4 relays with harnesses for the Rostra in addition to the main harness for compatibility though.  It does not have a secondary unit to reroute the drive cable to the throttle like the McCruise does. The McCruise will supposedly allow a finer speed selection although I have never needed the ability to increase my speed by 1/2 of 1KPH. maybe it's just me?   ;)

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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2016, 09:36:16 pm »
What are you using and why,,
Im looking into a Rostra electronic, over the Murphs CCS 100 from Audiovox.
Its been around for years, but there is no need for the vacuum, on a bike. I installed these years ago, at car dealers, and just curios of peoples input.
On other sites im on, the CCS 100 has been used, but the move to the Rostra, 250-1223  Electric has been made on several bikes.
The Mccruise is very nice, but the price is very hard to swallow!
 
 




I just rode 6000 miles and never had any need for cruise.

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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2016, 10:51:31 pm »
John, I've installed two Rostra units. One for my '13 C14 and one for my '15 C14. I know Matt and others have installed a ton more than I have. I installed my first automotive type CC on my 1978 KZ1000 back in 1981. It was a Sears CC built by Dana Corp. There was no VSS back then, so I had to glue six of the high-powered magnets on my front wheel hub and mount the pick-up coil there. Yeah, it looked cheesy, but it worked.

With the Rostra, the most time-consuming part of it to me is bending the brackets to make the components fit correctly. I mounted the servo right behind the radiator on the left side of the engine - along with the Canyon Cages. Yes, that's a bit cramped. If I was to do it over again, I'd get rid of the charcoal canister, which is above the right side air intake tube underneath the fairing and mount the servo there. The bracket for the throttle cable required lots of bends to fit just right, too. Like Rich said, it just takes more time to install the Rostra because of things like this. I also fabricated my own CC engagement switch mount, which also took some time.

The McCruise has a much neater looking engagement switch mount option, but hey, I'm too cheap to spend that much money on a CC.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #7 on: September 28, 2016, 01:57:27 am »
Gixerhp,
I've installed 8 Rostras to date and 2 Audiovox CCS-100's.
All work great.

If you have a C14, don't waste your time on a CCS-100.

Here's how I look at it...
If you have a carb'd bike, and no VSS... Go Audiovox.
If you have a FI'd bike w/a VSS... Go Rostra.
I have not installed an MCCruise yet.

My first Rostra on an '08 C14 took me an entire weekend.
But after that, it took less and less time.
My last one took me 10 hrs. That includes R&Ring the tuperware and the test ride.
Once you figure one out... how it works and what is required to make one work and what the procedure is to do the install, it gets easier. I've learned a TON about cruise controls now, and I'm pretty good at troubleshooting cruise problems. The more experience, the more ya know.

Rostras were made as a universal cruise system for vehicles, not bikes. But we've learned how to adapt them for bikes, and they work quite well.
I did my own on my '11 C14 back in 2012, not long after I bought my bike.
I've had -0- problems from it. By far, best farkle I've put on my bike. Use it everytime I ride.
But... I ride a lotta highway. I do interstate tours... 2,000-4,000 mile trips. You ride like that, a cruise control becomes a downright NECESSITY.

Now, if all you ride is city traffic, an hour at a time... then no, you wouldn't need or want one. If all you ride is twisties like... say... THE DRAGON... then no, you don't need one. See my point?
Correct tool for the job...

I ride a lot of interstate trips with other guys. When all I had was a Throttlemeister, it helped, but a guy with a Rostra could keep a constant speed. I was always having to readjust my throttle position, and it was a drag to stay with him. Plus, if used properly, a cruise can keep you from getting tickets, too!
Most of my riding buddies now want me to lead. I set the cruise, they follow and stay outta trouble. We get there faster, and get better mpg's.

If you decide to tackle a Rostra and need advice or answers, let me know...happy to help.
I also have a parts list I can give you when you're ready to place your order. I always use and recommend Murph'skits. Gary can fix ya up with what you'll need.
Just don't be intimidated by the challenge... unless you have no place to work on it, and have little or no mechanical abilities or tools... Otherwise, you can do this.
If you've got the bucks, they say the McCruise is turnkey for a C14 and works well.

Not sure what Matt meant when he said "3 to 4 relays and harnesses needed for a Rostra."
You need 1 MU-141 relay for the brakes, and if you get the 250-3592 switch that has the "engaged" light, (I highly recommend you do...) then you need a second one for that. That's all you need, 2 MU-141's.
Good luck, whatever you decide. Let me know if I can be of help.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #8 on: September 28, 2016, 10:36:45 am »
I installed the Throttlemeister.  Link is http://www.compacc.com/p/throttlemeister-cruise-control-kawasaki-zg1400-concours-14-2008.   It's technically not a "Cruise Control", more like a throttle lock, but works extremely well.  Easy to engage and disengage, and improves rather than detracts from the looks of the bike.  When locked, you can easily adjust speed up or down a little bit also.  Since installing the Throttlemeister, I have not experienced a want for the precise speed control that a Rostra or McCruise offers.


+1  Throttlemeister is adequate for my needs.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #9 on: September 28, 2016, 12:01:47 pm »
I have a Rostra on mine and I wont ride without one. I have used it for 46k miles now and the reliability is amazing. Having one of these units makes it possible for the long days in the saddle. And as the others have said, the install is not difficult, but it is time consuming.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #10 on: September 28, 2016, 03:27:09 pm »
I have a Rostra on mine. Installation was great with all the help we have here.
Funny thing is- I never use it and have no need or desire to use it. ( I do have  rockers and throttle locks on it too)
 Some cannot go without cruise. Go figure.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #11 on: September 28, 2016, 10:39:15 pm »

I also have a parts list I can give you when you're ready to place your order. I always use and recommend Murph'skits. Gary can fix ya up with what you'll need.
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You recommend Murph's (which I like using as well) but I do not see the Rostra listed on his web site... only the Audiovox.  Is this a special order  thing with Gary?
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #12 on: September 29, 2016, 02:40:39 am »
Derek, that's the tricky thing with Murph's web site. You have to look for the Rostra using the "Quick Find" feature. For some reason, Gary doesn't list it for the C14. He also lists some items for the C10 that can be used on the C14.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #13 on: September 29, 2016, 11:38:08 am »
Another thing to keep in mind when ordering your Rostra kit,

The standard switch that comes with the kit does not have an "engaged" light on it.
Some say they don't care about that, nor do they wish to order a second MU-141 relay that you need to make it work.

I've learned it's a helpful little light, for many reasons and worth it. Especially helpful as a troubleshooting aid to determine if the problem you have is mechanical or electrical.

When placing your kit's order, you have to tell Gary you want the 250-3592 switch and an additional MU-141 relay (2 total) instead of the 250-3593 switch that has no "engaged" light. Both switches are "open circuit" type for the wiring diagram you use.

Switch mounting plate is MU-162.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #14 on: September 29, 2016, 04:30:34 pm »
One of the nice things about a McCruise is EVERYTHING is included in the kit - except electrical tape.

Nothing else to worry about.
The control shows you when you are engaged or not, is back-lighted and rain proof without a cover to buy.

I have mine setup to return to the last setting it was at when restarting the bike.
Since I rarely, if ever, turn it off - when I turn the bike back on - it turns on and once it receive a
brake signal it is good to go and will engage at 22mph or above.

No relays to buy or brackets to make or wires to splice into.
Maybe that's because it was MADE for a C14.   ;D

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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #15 on: October 01, 2016, 12:50:55 pm »
I installed the Throttlemeister.  Link is http://www.compacc.com/p/throttlemeister-cruise-control-kawasaki-zg1400-concours-14-2008.   It's technically not a "Cruise Control", more like a throttle lock, but works extremely well.  Easy to engage and disengage, and improves rather than detracts from the looks of the bike.  When locked, you can easily adjust speed up or down a little bit also.  Since installing the Throttlemeister, I have not experienced a want for the precise speed control that a Rostra or McCruise offers.


+1  Throttlemeister is adequate for my needs.
I have a throttlemeister and it not what this bike needs. it should have cruise control!
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« Reply #16 on: October 01, 2016, 01:08:49 pm »
Ok so let me say this, my background is 12 volt, i, installed car audio products and such for over twenty years. I also installed expediter products at cars dealers for a long time.
The install is not the problem here at all. Im curios to see how many others have gone with the Mccruise,,
After extensive research the Mccruise , is an Awesome set up,amd i would love it im sure but, i just cant swallow the cost,, im leaning towards using the Rostra that i have and was bought for my Busa.
I bought it wholesale, just under $200 tmd
After a long talk with Silverconnie rider, the Mccruise is a kit that has much more fine tuning and ease of install over the Rostra.
And now ill see where this brings me in this venture. I may be sorry in the long run, but the Go fast fund needs a balance in the bank!
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2016, 01:15:48 pm »
John,
I seriously doubt you will gave any significant regrets in using the Rostra. For what we are doing with it vs what it was designed for it is a fine addition to the connie. If you factor in the price as well it is a hands down winner. One recommendation is make an extension for the throttle arm on the the bike to connect your Rostra cable linkage to. About one inch longer than the stock throttle arm length is all you need. This extension will give the Rostra the smoothness you want when going up and down hills while cruising.  Not required but nice. Hit me up if you have any questions or concerns. I have done a couple of these and I love mine. I will be installing it on my replacement bike once I find the right one for me.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #18 on: October 01, 2016, 02:09:04 pm »
Gixerhp,
I've installed 8 Rostras to date and 2 Audiovox CCS-100's.
All work great.

If you have a C14, don't waste your time on a CCS-100.

Here's how I look at it...
If you have a carb'd bike, and no VSS... Go Audiovox.
If you have a FI'd bike w/a VSS... Go Rostra.
I have not installed an MCCruise yet.

My first Rostra on an '08 C14 took me an entire weekend.
But after that, it took less and less time.
My last one took me 10 hrs. That includes R&Ring the tuperware and the test ride.
Once you figure one out... how it works and what is required to make one work and what the procedure is to do the install, it gets easier. I've learned a TON about cruise controls now, and I'm pretty good at troubleshooting cruise problems. The more experience, the more ya know.

Rostras were made as a universal cruise system for vehicles, not bikes. But we've learned how to adapt them for bikes, and they work quite well.
I did my own on my '11 C14 back in 2012, not long after I bought my bike.
I've had -0- problems from it. By far, best farkle I've put on my bike. Use it everytime I ride.
But... I ride a lotta highway. I do interstate tours... 2,000-4,000 mile trips. You ride like that, a cruise control becomes a downright NECESSITY.

Now, if all you ride is city traffic, an hour at a time... then no, you wouldn't need or want one. If all you ride is twisties like... say... THE DRAGON... then no, you don't need one. See my point?
Correct tool for the job...

I ride a lot of interstate trips with other guys. When all I had was a Throttlemeister, it helped, but a guy with a Rostra could keep a constant speed. I was always having to readjust my throttle position, and it was a drag to stay with him. Plus, if used properly, a cruise can keep you from getting tickets, too!
Most of my riding buddies now want me to lead. I set the cruise, they follow and stay outta trouble. We get there faster, and get better mpg's.

If you decide to tackle a Rostra and need advice or answers, let me know...happy to help.
I also have a parts list I can give you when you're ready to place your order. I always use and recommend Murph'skits. Gary can fix ya up with what you'll need.
Just don't be intimidated by the challenge... unless you have no place to work on it, and have little or no mechanical abilities or tools... Otherwise, you can do this.
If you've got the bucks, they say the McCruise is turnkey for a C14 and works well.

Not sure what Matt meant when he said "3 to 4 relays and harnesses needed for a Rostra."
You need 1 MU-141 relay for the brakes, and if you get the 250-3592 switch that has the "engaged" light, (I highly recommend you do...) then you need a second one for that. That's all you need, 2 MU-141's.
Good luck, whatever you decide. Let me know if I can be of help.
Bob
Witch cruise are you using , 250-1223
Plus the switch?
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #19 on: October 01, 2016, 04:08:17 pm »
John,
That's the one. I use the 3593 switch with the engaged light as well.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #20 on: October 01, 2016, 09:52:01 pm »
Im curios why you need a relay for the brakes??
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #21 on: October 01, 2016, 09:54:27 pm »
John,
You need to switch polarity of the signal for the module.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #22 on: October 01, 2016, 09:59:17 pm »
John,
You need to switch polarity of the signal for the module.
Matt
So you can just use a standard spdt relay.
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #23 on: October 01, 2016, 10:09:07 pm »
John,
I seriously doubt you will gave any significant regrets in using the Rostra. For what we are doing with it vs what it was designed for it is a fine addition to the connie. If you factor in the price as well it is a hands down winner. One recommendation is make an extension for the throttle arm on the the bike to connect your Rostra cable linkage to. About one inch longer than the stock throttle arm length is all you need. This extension will give the Rostra the smoothness you want when going up and down hills while cruising.  Not required but nice. Hit me up if you have any questions or concerns. I have done a couple of these and I love mine. I will be installing it on my replacement bike once I find the right one for me.
Matt
So making the longer arm is just compensating for the motorcycles shorter throttle linkage, correct? I can see how that could cause some abrupt engagements!
 
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Re: Cruise controls
« Reply #24 on: October 01, 2016, 10:45:34 pm »
And the last question,, is any one using the clutch disengagement option??
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