Ducati Monster 1100EVO
Roger - March 26, 2012(Norway, NJ)
Easy installation, fits perfectly on the Ducati Monster and they keeps the wind away from my hands.
BMW hand guard
Dan P. - November 16, 2012(Highlandville, MO)
Good fit, good service, good price, lets ride..............
juan c - November 02, 2012(chicago, IL)
they look and perform great easy fit
james - February 09, 2012(tyngsboro, MA)
They work well to keep my hands warm.
2012 Ducati Monster Evo 1100
Geoff - January 31, 2013(Minneapolis, MN)
Nice kit. Dont need the telephone cord wires on the monster but ok. I hooked the led lights into the blinkers for more vis. It would be very cool if Acerbis would put amber LEDs on the mirrors and super cool if they had plug connectors for the harness for the lights. Some delicate soldering of very small wires but not riding much in January in MN so no big deal. Some small fiddling with the wire openings for the LEDs on the plastic but no big deal. Keeps wind off in Minnesota.
2009 Kawi Versys
Don H - February 05, 2013(Cleveland, GA)
These guards are high quality, easy to install and protect the hands from the cold air. They have a good size profile so they are not visually overpowering and dont hit my large screen. Highly recommended.
great handguards but...
nathalie - April 23, 2013(magog , QC)
Theyre great handguards but when I turn my handlebars to the maximun they hit my Givi tall windshield. Maybe having them a little shorter would probably do the trick.
J650Ryder - May 27, 2011(San Francisco, CA)
They fit well. None of the included inserts bolts help with tubular bars of this bike which have a screw and a hole at the end . Need to go to hardware store to buy separate bolts. One of them vibrates visibly, but ok while riding. The other one doesn't. Maybe because it's mounted at a slightly different angle? If they are angled lo , they don't hit the windshield. Not sure how much they deflect anyway.
2007 Yamaha FZ 6
tim - March 16, 2012(weare, NH)
They are as described in the listing. They match up very well in color and style to our 2009 FZ6. Wind diversion is good to very good. We would recommend them to anyone seeking to keep most but not all the wind off your fingers. No real need now for heated hand grips and we live in New Hampshire and ride almost all year round.
Hollywood Jak - December 30, 2010(palatine, IL)
Strong yet still seem to have enough flex that a bit of impact won't hurt'm hand to remove bar weights to install them but there the same weight so that was a good thing. Seemed small but after install took bike for a Chicago winter ride, didn't even turn on my heated grips, these things are great. Besides, nothing else fits my bike, thanks.
2010 C14 Owner
Mick - January 04, 2011(Tucson, AZ)
These hand guards are not meant to fit my C-14 but they work very well with a little modification. Very high quality.
nice but usless
Mike - January 15, 2013(Burr Ridge , IL)
I have a bmw 1200 R/T look great But block vision of R/V mirrors in fairing