Kuryakyn ISO Grip End Signals for the Triumph

finTR3

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These cleverly designed LED signals mount directly to the ends of the Kuryakyn ISO grips. The super bright LEDs allow for 360 degrees of visibility. To install, you’ll simply remove the chrome end of the grips and replace them with these signals

I just order grips and signals, enyone have those ?http://www.newr3.com/html/iso_grip_signals.html
 

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These cleverly designed LED signals mount directly to the ends of the Kuryakyn ISO grips. The super bright LEDs allow for 360 degrees of visibility. To install, you’ll simply remove the chrome end of the grips and replace them with these signals

I just order grips and signals, enyone have those ?http://www.newr3.com/html/iso_grip_signals.html

These look cool. How hard to install through the bars?
 

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Okay so I recently Purchased the Kuryakyn ISO Grips and Handlebar Locks
Items:
Part: 6262 1" Universal Grips Flame Style
and
Part: 6248 Helmet locks

I mainly got the kury grips because of the helmet lock you can fit on the end.

Basically as a first step remove the throttle houseing.
http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=346

It comes off with a minimum of fuss with two on the back one on the front, DON'T unscrew the allen bolts, just the philips head screws.

http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=347

Once this is done you need to pull the two cables that wrap around the throttle sleeve out of their little fittings. If anyone knows a better way other than getting some needle nose pliers and yanking the bastards out let me know.

Once the cables are off loosen the two allen bolts that hold the assembly on the bar just enough to slip the throttle sleeve from the housing.

http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=349

Once thats done peel back the grip to expose those bastard little nubbies.
http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=350

All these little critters need to be cut of and the throttle sleeve needs to be silky smooth and sanded down ALOT, do this in the lounge room while watching the footy, your wife will love you.
http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=348

Keep Sanding
Keep Sanding
Keep Sanding
Check and make sure your trying to fit the right grip on the throttle sleeve, while it doesn't look like it one of the grips IS slightly larger.
Keep Sanding
Keep Sanding
Have argument with the wife over the mess your making in the lounge room
Keep Sanding
You get the picture, Also take off the tapered plastic rim on the throttle sleeve near the cable fixtures, do this with a stanley knife.

Once the sleeve is fitted to the grips it should look it should look like this
http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=353

Notice the big black chunk hanging out the end of the grip, where all the cables fasten too.

Reassemble and voila, sick looking grips.

http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=351

http://www.r3owners.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=352
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very nice job / and very helpfull
 

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Sorry picture links dont work witout registration , sorry I didnt know
those nubs must sand away
 

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You can also buy the universal Kury's, which replace the throttle sleeve and not have to do all of that sanding.

I have Kury iso's. My dealer installed aftermarket grip heats. I wonder if this light thing would fit in there.
 

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Looks good to me. BTW, my RCE club members are asking whether custom levers (brake and clutch) are available in the US of A. "Custom" in the sense of bling, not necessarily functionality ;)

Have perused different sites, incl. Küry, but I have found zilch. Help appreciated. Jamie
 

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Jamie..... I just received a clutch and brake lever from Passo Racing. I'm impressed with the material used, workmanship and style. Lots of color options as well.

http://www.pazzoracing.com/
 
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