Took my throttle off today to get my new 4in curved risers installed...when I had my new bars put on, the throttle cables were ran between the fork tubes just below the top of the triple tree, then to the throttle, because the original bars required a longer cable, and putting lower bars required routing the throttle cables that way to prevent it from sticking out. Putting on the risers put the bar closer to stock position, so I had to unhook the throttle cables, and put them the way they should be. Put the switch housing back together, and the throttle won't snap back. When I roll the throttle back, it stays there. Tried different combinations of loosening one cable, tightening another, and vice versa. The cable that is actually activating the throttle is working just fine, but it's not snapping it back. (That's the best way I can describe it). The throttle cables are in the right position. Skinny cable in the front, fat cable closest to the rider. Suggestions? Frustrating...I don't know how to make this right.