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Great grip heaters. Wish the install were easier.
I love the fit and finish of this product. The control is extremely easy to access and use without removing hands from grips.
They produce really good heat. At this point, I've not been able to crank them up over two because of how warm it's been. I'm sure I'll use them more fully when the next cold season hits.
The only thing that sucks is how involved the installation is. It's a project. But that's the trade off you make for having such a clean and functional installation.
April 1, 2013
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Peter B: Appeared to be well made. Turned out to be a disaster to install. Switch mounting is very difficult. Abandoned after two tries and tossed in trash.Sep 8, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm liking the factory look of these heated grips. Would this fit my 2010 Triumph Speed Triple? I have barend mirrors now and will be mounting a techmount to the old mirror hole. CheesNov 20, 2013
RevZilla:The easiest way to determine the composition of the handlebars is to look at the bar-end and see how thick the tube wall is. Steel is less than 1/8", aluminum is between 1/8 - 1/4" thick. Typically, only off-road bikes have aluminum bars. Your particular Harley has steel.Sep 10, 2012
RevZilla:Yes, the grip with the shorter wires is the left side that goes closest to the controller, which is also meant to be mounted on the left handlebar. The grip with the long length of wire is for the right grip.Oct 22, 2012
RevZilla:The Symtec Heat Demon Grip Warmers are not compatible with the Suzuki V-Strom, or any bike, that has it's mirror connected to the back side of the clutch perch. The control for the grip warmers replaces half of the perch mount and you would loose the left side mirror.Jul 26, 2012