Re: Throttle Sticking
I've had the same problem on my Riot - twice. Look for these two things:
1. There's a rubber seal at the end of the throttle cable where it attaches to the throttle body. That seal (like a rubber cap) fell off, slid down the cable and was binding up the cable at the throttle body bell crank.
2. The butterflies in the throttle body were sticking in the throttle body bore. With the throttle cable off, open the throttle and let it "snap" closed. Does it stick when you try to open it by hand? If so, take off your throttle bodies, hold them up to a light and look through. You can see where the light shines between the butterflies and the throttle body bore and they will likely be off-centered causing a bind at closed throttle. On the Riot, I had to loosen the two screws holding the butterfly's and center one of them. I also used some fine sandpaper to true up the throttle body bore to match the butterflies.
2009 Redline XL Turbo