Anybody hear of this brand of Grip Heater? Know where I can find out about them?
You, or he, can get the Heatroller or a thermostat from Gerbing. I put the Heatroller on my EC grips.Closetchef said:Thanks guys, now the customer wants them with a rheostat instead of a 3 position switch.
I think we have a winner folks!cycledude said:i been useing Kimpex grip heaters on my wing for 160,000 trouble free miles, bought through Parts Unlimmited
but i bought them b4 i found out about Dual star grip heaters
http://www.dual-star.com/index2/Rider/h ... p_kit1.htm
they both work about the same but Kimpex uses a resistor to regulate the heat so when installing them u will have to find a safe place to mount the resistor, it gets hot enough to melt plastic so be careful, another thing is the wires, Kimpex wires are all to short for the 1800 so they have to b extended, Dual Star wires are plenty long rite out of the package
Dual Star does not use a resistor to controll the heat so that hassle is eliminated
they both use a Lo-off-Hi switch, 99% of the time i just use the low setting and they work great, about the only time i use Hi is if my hands got cold while filling up the gas tank, then i might use the Hi setting for 5-10 smiles and then switch back to Lo
I don't have the ISO grips but I have heard that most grip heaters will work with them. Specifically I have heard that the EC grip heaters work with the ISO.Wingerdor said:Will those or any grip heaters work effectively with Kuryakyn Iso-Grips?