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Thread: Oxford heated grips.

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    Oxford heated grips.

    decided to treat myself to some Oxford heated grips. but I'm a bit confused. There's 3 types. Sport, Touring, & Adventure. anyone know what the differences are?
    The sportsbike shop seems to be the cheapest at £46-97. free p&p. retail price is £79-99. I want to fit them on my 2016 v-strom, which I use for touring & daily run about. I've used the Sportsbike shop before and found them very good.

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    I think this is the answer.

    Grip Lengths
    Type -Standard Length/ Cut Length
    Adventure -132mm/122mm
    Touring 120mm/110mm
    Sports 123mm/114mm

    I think the cut length is the minimum length to which it can be cleanly cut without damaging the heating element.

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