I didn't even think they were made any more... now you've got me thinking about it... My dad & I used to put automotive cruise control systems on Goldwings back in the 1980s for himself & his Goldwing club. As many cars began to offer them at a lower (cost) level of options, Sears marked their kits down to $49. We bought the first one & never looked back. With the sensor epoxied to the drive shaft the (+/-) speed adjustment buttons would change speed by 1/2mph. People can scoff all they want but they sure make slab-cruising easy, and can help certain bikes (say, ANY of the LC8's) keep out of trouble in municipalities where the police are looking to increase their revenue by writing tickets. I own about every kind of clamp/cam system from cheap to $$, including $10 throttle busters and find the variance in speed caused by grades up or down annoying- that's after you finally manage to clamp it at the speed you want to maintain. It's all your fault Hellsickle, and thanks Smitty141 for your great write-up years ago!