++++Only applies to 2 stroke KTMs (4strokes have dual throttle cables)++++
Just a reminder for those that haven't done so already... If you ride a 2 stroke KTM, your throttle cable can quite easily stick in the wide open throttle position. It can happen by snagging a branch, or snagging the rubber end of your camelpack hose on it, because a steering damper or bar risers get in the way, or any number of ways. You can pull the cable out of its seat (and pop it back in) so easily - the gentlest of pulls on your throttle cable will do it. Try it (in NEUTRAL of course - or with engine off).
Plenty of riders have found out the hard way (some with broken backs etc!) so dont think it cant happen to you. SAFETY WIRE both ends of your throttle cable in such way that it is fastened firm.
More info HERE or do a search on this forum, Thumpertalk etc.
Its a fix that takes 5min, costs nothing, and can save you in medical bills.
Some people opt to replace the cable with a (longer) Honda CR250 cable.
Of course; also check that you are routing your cable correctly.