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I put these Hot Hands on my DS dirt bike (KTM350). Very easy to wire up.They do get hot!I was concerned about them not having a temp control, just an on/off switch. But turns out they work just fine with just an on/off switch. I mounted the switch where it is easy to get to, just hit the switch when they get hot enough or need some heat.Once they are hot and turned off they stay hot for a fairly long time.
Only fault is they are big, makes the grips too big (diameter) to properly control the bike in technical sections of trail.When the trail gets rough I stop and pull them off.Which brings up another good point: I just peel them off as they attach with velcro. I wrap each around the control cables, out of the way until I need them again. All done in about 30 seconds.Another negative is it's hard to get them tight enough on the grips, allowing some "slip" on the grips.
Another reason I pull them off for technical sections of trail.But for easy riding, road riding, ect they are a very good option to permanently mounting heated grips or installing heat pads under the grips.The wiring harness is not very tough, made of small thin wires. The connectors are fairly feeble. I am concerned the wires will eventually snag and break. But after 4 all day rides they are still intact.
Another plus is one can buy a spare wiring harness w/switch making it very easy to install the harness on a 2nd bike.Overall:Very good productEasy to install and useGet HOT!Make the grips big.Biased towards street/road bikes.My name is devro and I approve this message.