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Installing Heated Grips on your motorcycle

This is my walk through on installing heated grips on my 2012 Triumph Street Triple R


 


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How I Fitted Oxford Hot Grips to my Kawasaki ZR7S ZR750
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Heated Grips
Installing heated grips originally meant for an ATV on my beloved DL650 "Indy". Fairly easy process if you know which wires to use and you also happen to know someone who has been working on bikes for about 30 years. Now, if I can just get Wayne to help me change the cam chain in my Gixxer... (As a product review note, I saved about $250 by installing the generic ATV grip warmers... the Suzuki stuff was very expensive, and only slightly more adjustable than what I have now. The ride home tonight was fantastic, my hands stayed warm (hot even) and I've about $34 in the experience.)





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Heated grips - AARGGGGHHHH!!!
I am suffering as a result of fitting heated grips. Keep watching and you'll find out why I have no skin on my right palm. (Ooerr) :-P Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/TheBikerVlogger My facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Biker-Vlogger/261345067307982





Oxford Heaterz Heated Grips from A Vicious Cycle
We show you what is included in your Oxford Heaterz package and some of the features of these heated grips. This is a great way to extend your riding season both early in the Spring or farther into the Fall! For more info, or if you have any more questions, call 1-888-524-7921 or visit http://www.aviciouscycle.ca Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vicicycle Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/AViciousCycle.ca





Street triple GoPro & Shifter
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Triumph Street Triple 675 R by Bargy Design - GP M2 Exhaust 3-1 Full System.wmv
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Hot Grips-Heated grips (full review)
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Heated Grips - Fitting The Relay
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2012 Triumph Street Triple R - Review, Pros & Cons etc.
In this amazing video I talk a bunch of crap about my new 2012 Triumph Street Triple R. This is an attempted review of the bike after about 1500km's and 6 weeks of ownership. If you like my videos please subscribe!





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