I prefer the style of throttle that pulls two cables from the bar rather than the other that pulls just one. For a long time I'd been wondering how to convert mine - it's a 77S that was converted by a PO to handlebar mounted Master Cylinder. But since it needs new cables I wanted to convert to the dual cable system first. Finally I saw on Snowbum's site that the 1985 to 95 airheads returned to the dual pull system and that was just the info I needed. I was beginning to think I would need to do some fancy machining to convert this single pull to a dual. I've got two questions: one is that snowbum says he prefers the single pull system using the splitter. I don't understand that. He doesn't elaborate, but for one, the splitter is added complexity that doesn't seem to help. Any idea why he would prefer that style? Also, since BMW returned to the dual pull system after four years tells me they found that system better as well. What are your thoughts on this? I'm considering mounting a set of Dellortos on this bike and with a dual pull system could get standard 90S cables rather than have something special made up. But even if I don't do that, I just don't like those splitters and prefer the positive pull to each carb rather than something in between with added friction. Is there something I'm missing? I can see that it's a good idea having less cables to the controls which would translate to less resistance turning lock to lock. But other than that, I see nothing else on the positive side of the ledger. And, if you happen to have one of these controls you'd consider passing on to a good home, let me know.