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The grips were easy to install. I would recommend using a gel glue instead of the thin glue included. I used the Oxford heated grips in 40 degree temps while wearing Columbia Omni Heat gloves. I had to turn the grips down to 25%. I can't wait until it gets colder so I can see how well they work in lower temps. They really help keep you comfortable which increases your riding time, and that's is what it's all about. I love this product.
February 10, 2015
Hard but warm. Buy heated Gloves instead.
Product is not hard to install and well manufactured. Suggest just putting the controller on your tank as it looks OEM anyways. They get pretty hot and definitely make a big difference in riding comfort and help keep the cold away. However my bike doesn't have hand guards so the wind still hits my hands and keep them from getting too hot. I can't feel much of a difference in the different settings and normally keep it at 100%. I have a 30 min one way commute and have ridden with them down into the teens. The grips are definitely much harder than OEM grips and not as comfortable. Nothing wrong with these grips but I would suggest keep the OEM grips for comfort and get heated gloves instead since they are more effective anyways.
January 21, 2015
Very hot, easy to install.
In 30°F weather I only turn these grips up to 50%. I have some good First Gear gloves that are OK to about 45°F and with these grips I can ride in the 20°s no problem.
Getting the stock grips off of my Triumph Bonneville was the hardest part of the install. With a little windex and a small screwdriver in the old grips I was able to finally get them off without damaging them. The new grips fit snugly and I only used a couple drops of the included super glue on the left side grip. The controller is very basic and I wish it had a battery saver circuitry like other grips. Hopefully I never forget to turn them off and drain my battery when I turn my bike off.
I had to cut the threaded portion of the grips off to fit my bike. I used bar end mirrors.
December 1, 2014
Pretty easy installation
I installed these on a Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager 1700. The grips fit perfectly (1" bars) and I had there old ones off and new ones on in less than 20 minutes. Rather than run the power wires to the battery, I connected them to the auxiliary power ports in the fairing. Gave them a test run and they heated up quickly and evenly. And they get hot on the high setting! I think these will definitely fit the bill this winter!
October 13, 2014
Works as advertised
Works well. Gets nice and toasty warm on medium setting. Installs easily with plug in connectors. Only issue is it does not come with a handle bar clamp to mount switch. Only comes with adhesive tape and that wont hold it. I'll have to figure out a way to hold it on.
February 17, 2014
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Austin D:If you have 1" bars then these grips will fit. The only issue you may have would be the throttle sleeve. I have a Victory and the grips fit, even though it was not listed in the instructions for my make of motorcycle. Hope this helps.Jun 27, 2014
Jeff A:They should fit if you have 1" bars. I have a triumph america which wasn't even listed on the package and they fit since I had 1" bars. I will say they were easy to install and work great. They will burn your hands at 100% even with winter riding gloves. I warm them up at 100% and then reduce the heat to beteeen 25 and 50% when riding.Dec 9, 2013
Roger R:I'm sure that they will fit. They fit great on my Yamaha Stratoliner and work great. I got a chance to use them once while riding down the interstate in low 40* weather and I had to turn them down.Jan 11, 2015