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Finally found out how to stop the lag after engaging the cruise.

As soon as you press "set" go immediately to "resume" and you will eliminate the lag.
 

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thanks Gold,

I will give it a try tomorrow.
 

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Patton, I know that but this is quicker. It is almost instant.
 

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Thanks Gold! That lag is so aggravating to me; I usually do as suggested by Patton, but that always seems to be suspect at best. I will give your suggestion a try!
 

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You can also take care of it at the source, but you pretty much have to take the top shetler loose.
 

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I'll give this a try. I also have been holding the speed just a little below what I set until it eventually catches. Sometimes it seems to take longer than other times.
 

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You guys are going too love this.
 

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I'm new to the Wing but the "set cruise, hold throttle, press acl/res" is the same thing I did on the Venture I'd been riding the last 4 years. Have been doing it on the Wing since I got it a couple of thousand miles ago.
 

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Yep, it's not new to everyone, just me!!
 

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The dealer asked me if I was experiencing this problem and I was; he tightened up the cable and no more lag just push set,, done. Pushing resume just speeds up the cable tensioning. Either way the cable needs adjusted.
 

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This is new to me and very glad to hear about it. Will try it this evening....
 

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You can also take care of it at the source, but you pretty much have to take the top shetler loose.
Wanted to correct myself. Wish I was in front of mine looking at it. But, you may only have to remove the dash to get to the adjustment.
 

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Adjustment is down by throttle linkage not behind dash. Look where throttle cables hook to linkage and find cruise cable. This is where adjustments must be made. This also applys to automobiles as well. Loose cable causes lag and speed variation when set.
 
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