After I took off the throttle cable housing and throttle grip, I found that the throttle cables have this "bent tube". one of them is sealed and the other has an opening on its side. For the sealed one I can use the pressure luber, but for the other one how do I properly lube it? I tried injecting cable lube in the housing and then pulling the cables in and out, hoping the lube will work its way through, but I can never be sure of that. Also, I can't see the other end of the throttle cables (unlike clutch cable) so I can't be sure if the lube really got to the other end. Lastly... what's at the other end of the throttle cable? If I force the lube and junk to come out from the other end by using pressure luber, would it block or damage anything? PS... After I lubed the throttle cables and grip, my sticky throttle problem was improved, but not as good as I imagined (i.e. not as snappy as "other people's bike as I remembered") Could it be because I am not lubing it properly, or if some spring needs replacing?
Sorry for the long post... helps are greatly appreciated. TIA!