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Husqvarna has released a list of accessories that will available to purchase along with the Norden 901.

Does anything stand out as must-buys? The heated grip kit and windshield stand out to me while the Akrapovič exhaust is tempting.


Touratech Cases and Top Case
Made from high-strength anodised aluminium, and with a striking design and durable anodised finish, these robust Touratech Cases are offered in a 31 L capacity pannier for mounting on the right of the motorcycle, 45 L for the left side and 38 L for the topbox. Generous capacity to carry and protect everything a rider might take on the longest and remotest Norden 901 adventures. Silicone seals keep water out of the boxes even in the most persistent downpours. The Touratech Cases and Top Case are easy to mount and simple to carry off the motorcycle. Thanks to high-torsion resistance and a special riveting process, the luggage will stay rigidly mounted to the motorcycle with minimal flex as the rider travels. Wherever the rider chooses to go, and whatever is needed for the journey or the destination, the Touratech Cases and Top Case can carry it in true adventure riding style.

Lowering Kit
Bring the seat height down by a useful 22 mm with this suspension Lowering Kit. Because it was specifically developed for the Norden 901, the bike’s riding dynamics are unaffected.

Ergo Rider’s Seat and Ergo Pillion Seat
Add some cold weather comfort with heated seat pads, available for both rider and pillion. A three-stage Kevlar heating element makes for fast heat output and long service life. An easy plug and play solution, the Ergo Rider’s and Pillion Seats also retain the same seat height as the standard pads.

Sidebag Set and Luggage Bag
The Norden 901 was built to travel to new horizons and this Sidebag Set and Luggage Bag have the capacity to carry everything that is needed for the journey and the destination. Specially designed for the Norden 901, the Sidebag Set and Luggage Bag have welded seams and are extremely light, robust and waterproof. Roll-closure tops make the bags easy to pack and help keep moisture out. High-quality workmanship combines with all-round usability in luggage that is easy to attach, remove and carry. The Sidebag Set and Luggage Bag are designed for distance and looking good on the Norden 901.

Akrapovič ‘Slip-on Line’
Add a sportier exhaust note and race look to your Norden 901 with an Akrapovič ‘Slip-on Line’ silencer. Made from high-grade titanium, the ‘Slip-on Line’ silencer offers a substantial weight saving over the standard unit. Simple, direct fitment means that ECU flashing is not required to match the silencer to the motorcycle.

Heated Grip Kit
Warm hands whatever the weather with these Heated Grips. The temperature can be adjusted in four stages via a handlebar-mounted menu switch.

Connectivity Unit
The Ride Husqvarna Motorcycles App lets you connect your smartphone to your Norden 901 via Bluetooth. This control unit acts as the interface between your phone and the bike. The Ride Husqvarna Motorcycles App gives you full control over incoming calls and playing of audio. Information is shown on the TFT display of your Norden 901 and operation is via the handlebar-mounted menu switch.

Windshield
This higher screen offers improved wind protection and reduced turbulence around the head and neck area, especially for taller riders. It gives neck muscles an easier time and offers more comfort during long journeys.

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Due to I don't find the "NEW TOPIC", I hope this is the right place to wrote about the heated grips.

Yesterday I wrote about the Oxford heated grips as a an easy and cheap alternative to the original KTM/HUSQY product. This is real for the 1xx0 serie but, unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work with the new 890 series: the original heated grips has an external ecu to allow the heated grips can be driven by on board menu.

WTF is an admitted comment?

Anyway, this ecu is available without the heated grips at approximately 90 euro. Maybe it could be easy to connect the Oxford at the ECU, I've got a couple of heated grips on the shelf...
 

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I hate Oxford grips. Sure they get hot, hotter than OEM grips, but they are fat and hard.
I'll try the 901 OEM grips first and hope they get hotter than the early 790 KTM grips that were panned as useless.
 

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Hi Black99s! Non to defend Oxford - they don't pay me - unfortunately! - but there are different models of knobs. I used the Sports after finding the ADV a little too big, that's true. I found the OEMs on the series 1xx0 from Ktm not big but not very comfortable. In the end they are like clothes, everyone can have the one that fits best!

The only reason why I often talk about oxford is that it is a product that is easily found, at an honest price and works well. On the internet you can easily find low-cost products, but I would like to avoid setting the motorcycle on fire for a difference of 50 euros ...
 

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Hi Black99s! Non to defend Oxford - they don't pay me - unfortunately! - but there are different models of knobs. I used the Sports after finding the ADV a little too big, that's true. I found the OEMs on the series 1xx0 from Ktm not big but not very comfortable. In the end they are like clothes, everyone can have the one that fits best!

The only reason why I often talk about oxford is that it is a product that is easily found, at an honest price and works well. On the internet you can easily find low-cost products, but I would like to avoid setting the motorcycle on fire for a difference of 50 euros ...
I agree. Oxfords are universally available, a quality product hot enough to melt the glue holding them in place, and at a fair price.
I've bought them for two bikes. You do need to check the length of your bikes grips before buying though - for the DR650 the Adventure grips are too long -- the sport grips are more appropriate. Yes, you can trim the grip length but only so much.
Regardless, I find the Oxfords too large diameter for my hands and too hard for comfort.

I appreciate the integration of the OEM grips (Honda Africa Twin) and look forward to the heated grips on the 901 to be:
a) available when I take possession of the bike;
b) fully integrated to the wiring harness and controls; and,
c) hot enough to be useful in 2C wet weather.
 
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