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Anthony F:Yes they are open ended. I highly recommend these grips. They have a Gel like softness to them but are still stiff enough to give you sensitivity. They have been on my race bike for about a year and are holding their form and sensitivity. Good luck and remember to ride it sideways.Sep 17, 2014
Alex G:I think it's safe to say the large majority if not all sport bikes will have the same bar thickness. 3/4". I ride a 2012 ninja 650 and when I saw these grips on rev zilla I liked the simple clean design. They are made in Italy and are nice quality. The package they come in are really easy to open and close if you need to send them back. If I were you I would take one of the grips and slide it onto the clutch side handle bar. For me it was easy to slide on. No vasoline or anything needed. There was wiggle room. If you have the same results then they still fit nice and right on the throttle side. I used vasoline to slide the grip over the thicker throttle side and left it. No needed for glue on the throttle side. It's a tight fit. Have to glue the clutch side and squeeze it so it grand the bar and drys without any loose areas. I would recommend these grips. The rubber is grippy too. Mar 6, 2014
James H:I installed these grips on a BMW K1200Gt with heated grips and they work great. Be caustious when removing the old grips as not to cut the heating element. I used a pair of wire cutters rather than a razor knife so I would not cut the heating wires attached to the handlebar. Good Luck. Only took about 10 minutes for the install. I used hair spray inside the new grips which made them easier to slide on, and once it evaporated the grips were tight.Apr 23, 2014