Pro Grip 717 GP Duo Density Grips
So far so good
Haven't had these on for very long so I cant judge the durability of them but they are comfortable!
January 28, 2014
They look great. And really grippy, unless they get wet, then they are very slick. Install was easy. Ok, buy just can't ride in rain. Who wants to do that anyway?
July 22, 2013
Nice Grip But it Has a Closed End
When I received this grip I was surprised to find that it has closed ends. I guess this is for use with aftermarket clip-ons because there's no way to get a bar end on with these unless you cut them. I'm upset that this was the case because the grip itself was nice and it felt really good. I cut them but the ends weren't perfect and ended up causing the throttle to stick a little because it got hung up on the bar end. I ordered new grips immediately after and only took one ride with these on. If they made the same grip with an open end I would give them a 5 star rating, but until then they're just average.
July 15, 2013
These grips are very nice..Nice and easy install and the feel of them really makes a difference over stock grips..def. recommend these grips...
May 13, 2013
Great product for the money
easy install with a little windex and an air compressor if you have one. I had to the cut holes on the ends to get my end bolts on. Just take your time with the box cutter and it's easy. Grips look great on my R6, and they make riding so comfortable!!!
September 12, 2012
They're a little short for a Ninja 650R's throttle, but they're still more comfortable than stock.
September 3, 2012
These are Awesome!
Easy to Install, looks good, color accents the bike good, had to cut the ends out to fit my specific model, but turned out sweet! Rubber was a little softer than stock so it absorbs more vibration (noticable on longer rides)
May 14, 2012
Don't appear to reduce vibration much
Replaced my stock grips in hopes of reducing vibration transmitted to my hands.
My '09 Versys vibrates quite a bit at freeway speeds, and I haven't broken down and purchased MotoWerk's $127 anti-vibration handlebar risers yet (think I'll put them on my birthday wishlist this summer).
This was certainly a cheaper way to try to reduce the vibes. If only it had worked.
I like the "feel" of these better than the stock grips, though, so it's not a total loss.
May 9, 2012