Our original Motorcycle grip. First manufactured in 1981. Fits motorcycles with 7/8" handlebars and 1" throttle tube and ATVs with 7/8" and 1" handlebars. This grip is 5- 3/16" long. SLENDER Profile - Smaller outside diameter than our more recent models. Good choice for those wanting a smaller diameter firm grip. Patented burn-out proof heating coils Dual Heat - all our grips have a weatherproof 3 postion toggle switch allowing you to select high, low or no heat.
Custom Options: Handlebar mounted switches and an electronic variable heat controller are available. Can be installed on motorcycles with .875" handlebars or ATVs with .875" or 1" handlebars. Supplied with two bushings for the .875" diameter applications. The bushings have an i.d. of 7/8" and an o.d. of 1".
Available with Open Ends so you can retain the end weights or end protection. To have us bore out your grip ends, when you select this kit there is a drop-down menu where you check the line for Open Ends. You can also select that you want either Honda stepped spacers or flat generic spacers. Read more for further explanation of spacers. Spacers are used at the end of the handlebars WHEN you purchase a kit with open ends AND select a grip length that is longer than stock. The purpose of the spacers is to eliminate any friction on the end of your throttle tube when refitting your handlebar end-weights. If you have a Honda and need open-ended grips you may need stepped spacers as described: http://www.hotgrips.com/store.php?crn=201&rn=380&action=show_detail If you have any brand other than Honda and require open ended grips go to: http://www.hotgrips.com/store.php?crn=201&rn=382&action=show_detail
12 volts per pair, 6 volts per grip
||approx 3.0 amps/ 30 watts @ 12vdc|
||Pair of Grips, three position toggle switch, extra wire, resistor for low heat|
||Epoxy rated at 250 F.|
Handlebar mounted switch housing, mini switch, variable heat controller
If you want to see what the stock toggle switch looks like click on this link: http://www.hotgrips.com/store.php?crn=204&rn=163&action=show_detail
NOT for aluminum handlebars, as the aluminum acts like a heat sink, drawing away much of the heat. Filling aluminum handlebars with ANY form of insulation is virtually ineffective.
To find more information about each available accessory for this product
visit our the