It is a used KSR80 with 16,000km of running distance, but the grip was deteriorating rapidly due to age, so I decided to replace the grip as well as the handlebar. I decided to replace the grips as well as the Handlebar. The OEM grip is a closed end, but this time I wanted to install a bar end, so I researched on some reviews and selected this product, which is the same length as the normal grip, 115mm and Pierced Type. The quality was a bit disappointing, with the Rubber BALI still in place for the rather expensive Grip. As you can see in the picture, there is a large gap between the switch box and the grip due to the short grip length. 。 I don't know if it's because of the 5mm margin of error as stated in the product description, but the result was that I would have been better off buying the standard size 120mm version of this Grip. For the grip, I used GelMaterial, which has a high anti-vibration effect. The Grip is made of GelMaterial, which has a high anti-vibration effect, and I checked how it felt with the engine after installation. It also felt good to hold. I've heard that GelMaterial is not very durable and has a short lifespan, so we'll have to wait and see.
It's soft and may feel a little uncomfortable at first, but you won't mind once you get used to it There are many different types and colors to choose from, so you're sure to find one you like I don't always use the Grip bond because of its high accuracy Even so, I haven't had any problems with them coming off or shifting