Jerry Winder· Premium Member
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Are on their way. Had a call from my dealer this afternoon and I'm booked in to have mine fitted on Saturday morning
Me to for tomorrow, however its going to be lashing down tomorrow.Are on their way. Had a call from my dealer this afternoon and I'm booked in to have mine fitted on Saturday morning
Very sorry Phil the dealer fitted the Ducati OEM heated grips and have to say they work very well and each of the 3 settings are very effective ie low medium and hi. I had to turn them off the medium setting on the way home.Hey can you guys inquire which fuse they tie into and if the amperage of the fuse is changed? I installed some inexpensive heaters and would like to wire them in to the right switched circuit
About time they showed up. Just reminded dealer he owes me a discount and free fitting on a pairAre on their way. Had a call from my dealer this afternoon and I'm booked in to have mine fitted on Saturday morning
Mine still hadn't turned up by the first service. I knew that they had to be enabled in the dash by the dealer using the DDS so I asked if they could be enabled and the grips sent out to me when they came in so I could fit them myself. However it turns out that the grips have to be installed first for the DDS to recognise them.Anyone attempt to install on their own?
I once had fitted a set of Oxford ones to a Yamaha XJR they were crap could not tel if they were on or off even on full.Are there any other heated grips that people recommend? The Ducati ones seem a little pricey to me, but maybe it's worthwhile...
Me too. Mid September before I can get down to Glasgow to get them fitted though.Got a call earlier today, mine are in too!
How much are they?
£180 in the UK$269 us.
I was in there today adding the heated grips to my Icon order.Me too. Mid September before I can get down to Glasgow to get them fitted though.