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Has anyone fitted Koso heated grips with the built in controller, they look like a good alternative to the unobtainable Husky oem ones. Only thing that is better with the oem heated grips is they come ready mounted to the throttle tube and don’t require glueing, on Either side. I noticed today that the heated grip power connector is visible just behind the steering head, so easy to get to (y).
 

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Throttle side went on fairly easy. Clutch side was nearly impossible to get on. I even sanded the handlebars before trying. It is actually rotated more downward than I like but I couldn't get it to rotate anymore. I'm hoping a hot day in the sun will allow me to correct it.

I haven't rode the bike since installing them. I did test them and they get warm but I have no idea how hot they will get. The power wire seems pretty small so I'm not sure how hot they will get.

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Interesting that you struggled with the clutch side, I’d have thought It would be the throttle side that would’ve been more difficult. I’m in no rush, not much need for them at the moment, so will see what’s at the Adv bike rider show in June.
 

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I was in a rush before a trip to fit heated grips so I went with these from Amazon. Originally I had only intended to use them for this trip then I was planning on replacing them with the OEM set it an after market kit. But I think I will leave this kit on. The hi setting is super hot which was great for the North. The low setting is plenty warm for most uses. I installed the kit then wrapped the grips in some tape intended for a tennis racquet. I also like the slightly larger circumference of the grips now too.

https://www.amazon.ca/Universal-Mot...uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl

Not the prettiest but inexpensive and worries great.
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