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I recently acquired a 2009 Kingpin and from what I can tell, it has a factory cruise control system. I don't want it and can't imagine ever using it. How can I remove the components without risking making my bike inoperable?
 

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You should be able to trace a power wire to a connector and simply unplug it. I'd leave everything there as is though. It hurts nothing to be left on there. A lot of people would like to have it though if you ever did remove it.
 

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Correct me if I am being dumb, but is this what is attached to the bottom of the bike behind the transmission? It is the look that bothers me.
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I believe you're right. That does look like it could be it. In California they put an emissions canister in that spot but that's not what it looks like. At least not like the one I had on my KP.

I wonder if you can remove that one part then leave the wires and cable bundled together and zip tied out of sight. I don't have an answer for that one.
 

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Why does it matter If it has cruise control. You don't have to use it. It a resale advantage, plus. Why take a chance on screwing up the scooter.
 

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I think the bike originated in California. That would explain the big bracket underneath. The part dangling from a wiring harness looks like the sensor on an actuator module (listed on ebay). I'll see if that comes off cleanly and park the metal bracket on my garage shelf. Thanks for the replies.
 
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