[How is it used? I've used Repeat on four different cars. FTR223:Street riding, Touring, Circuit riding TS125R :Off-road driving D Tracker:Touring, Motard race, Off-road driving Ninja250R:Street riding, touring, mountain passes I think it is a Grip that can be used for a wide range of purposes.
Was the one you received as per Image? As the image shows, it has a standard and simple look, and it is robust.
Was the installation difficult? This is not a difficult task, but it requires hang when inserting it into Handlebar. I'm a Wire to Fixed. (Needle Gold) Install using the
How was your experience with it? This product is another product of Pro grip that I have used. (#724,#795,#790) I found it to be the hardest when compared to the It's a really good grip for a wide range of uses, and it's just the right amount of firmness for touring without vibration fatigue, and there's plenty of room for long tours. It has a firm grip for both circuit and race riding, which makes it easy to control and concentrate on riding. Off-road driving is no problem in dry conditions. However, they are useless in muddy conditions because they slip easily when they are covered with mud. Motard race (RainCondition) Off-road driving (Rain、Muddy) I realized that #795 of the same manufacturer was the best choice for The life is also quite long, about twice as long as #724 with seismic gel. I felt that it was.
[Included Parts:were they on? Sticker
[Was there anything that disappointed you? None in particular
Point and hang of installation The Throttle side is fixed with 3 wires to kill the gap. At that time, insertion into Handlebar is done with Parts cleaner (Fast drying) This is done by the method of inner surface lubrication with compressed air + insertion with compressed air.
If you don't want to use an air compressor, you can use a medium-dry parts cleaner to insert the parts slowly and forcefully.
If you want to fix it with Wiring. WiringTwister (tool) Wire with a diameter of about 0.6mm I think it would be a good idea to prepare and fix them together.
If it's fixed in Bond. RecommendationBond is Cemedine's SUPERX. It is solvent-free, so you don't have to worry about the grips melting, and the drying time is moderate, so you can work in plenty of time. (Throttle tube) Apply a thin layer to both. (Apply to both to make it slippery.) Let it dry a little before inserting the Grip.