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Koso Heated Grips

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We hate to say it but cooler weather is right around the corner which means riding season is unfortunately drawing to a close for this year (except for you Californians...). What better way to extend your riding season than with Koso Heated Grips available at Riders Discount?

Included are the two heated grips, wire harness with OE style connectors, control module with mount, and grip glue.

Designed to blend in as a factory piece, the only thing to tell that there is something unique about these grips are the wires coming off of them.

The easy to use control module (even with thick gloves on), which can be mounted on any flat surface using the supplied 3M sticky tape, allows you to have full control of your heated grips. Bonus: it has a smart voltage detection system that will automatically shut itself off if it senses your vehicles voltage dropping below 12V. No surprise dead batteries with this kit.

Factory like connections allow for plug-n-play installation. Plus with the supplied grip glue, Koso has given you everything you need for the install.

Available for motorcycles with 7/8" handlebars (most sportbikes and some cruisers), and 1" handlebars (most cruisers).

Not yet listed on our website, give MIKE a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 804 or send him a message through this forum to place an order. Is email more convenient? Write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!

Generally our hands are the first things to get cold on a ride, especially on our early morning or late evening rides. These easy to install Koso heated grips from Riders Discount can extend your riding season so you can keep on enjoying your two wheeled rides while your friends are sitting at home.

Also ask about our heated gear options to add to your order!
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