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Mike C:You will need to use a throttle tube with these grips. The stock one will do but so will any inexpensive aftermarket version that has the correct fitment. Just make sure you get the correct 1" throttle tube for either an older single cable or newer dual cable throttle depending on what your bike currently has on it.Jul 18, 2014
Collin T:For the Yamaha Bolt, no. I did cut the factory tube down a bit (length) for my previous grips and would have done the same for these, but that's just so there's not a little gap...aesthetics.Jul 18, 2014
Nathaniel J:These grips replace your existing grips. The Kung Fu Grips you purchase come with a right and a left grip. The left is intended to slide directly on to the handlebar and the right grip, which is slightly wider, goes on to your throttle tube. The Biltwell Whiskey Throttle [tube] is what I used to ensure proper fit. It's not noted here but on the Biltwell website they recommend using 3M Super 77 adhesive. If you use standard "griplock" or similar the rubber could breakdown and deteriorate. I used the 3M adhesive and it worked well. Just make sure to slide the grip on to the bar or tube quickly after applying the adhesive, as it will dry quickly. There are a ton of videos on YouTube that show step by step of how to remove/install grips. Biltwell's website also has some nice tips and tricks. Overall I do like these grips. The aesthetic is cool, very much like a BMX grip. I've ridden about 2,000 miles on the grips with no problems. If you do a lot of long distance riding you may want to consider something else, but if customization and "bar hopping" is your thing then these are the grips for you.Sep 12, 2014
Mike C:Make sure if you have 7/8" bars you are using the 7/8" grips and the same goes for the 1" bars and grips. They should be a close enough fit that they would not be able to go over your existing grips. You then take your existing grips off and the smaller of the two new grips goes on the clutch side and the larger of the two grips goes over the stock throttle sleeve. Clean surfaces and some grip glue should help keep em in place. These grips are very soft and comfortable.Sep 12, 2014
Nick F:First of all no. You'll have to cut or remove your old ones haha. Second of all pretty much they'll be fine just slipped on, it's a snug fit. But you can use 3m adhesive spray to make sure Sep 11, 2014