Those who know me personally, know that I am allergic to various things: I am allergic to stock (as I assume it can be improved on, once you know what you actually want), I am allergic to trailer queens and showbikes (as I am absolutely convinced that bikes are built to be ridden) and I am absolutely and totally allergic to any mods that decrease usability with the given scope of a bike. Choke knobs that are not (easily) reachable from a sitting position are exactly such a case.
Drumroll, bring on cable chokes – and while we're at install some new inlet rubbers.
As even my local bicycle shop charges somewhat questionable prices for nipples, I bought some brass roundstock and made my own.
Then it was "just" a matter of determining the correct lengths and solder them on.
Handy trick for soldering cables: Gently clamp them in a vise, adjust to the correct height and then solder them. This way they can't move and you don't burn your fingers. And always tin up the cable as a first step.
As I have the throttle-cable splitter on the right, I've put the choke-cable splitter on the left. Cable routing turned out a lot easier than I initially thought. (Read that as feared.)
That sees the choke-cables installed. I didn't synchronize them in any way, just made sure that the cables where the same length within the accuracy of measuring tools available, mainly because I only use chokes "full throttle" and then shut them off, so slightly differences should be neglible. Syncing the carbs themselves is an entirely different matter.