Steven (Whitestone )
These fit my 2009 Suzuki GS500F perfectly. The bike had the OEM ends on and I didn't like the look. Got the red ones to match some lettering. Since I've been riding my harley for 15 years I didn't know how to remove or install the new ones. Took about 45 minutes to figure out how bar ends work. I originally thought I broke the OEM's when I took them out. After looking at them and the new ones, wasn't hard at all. These look so much better. Nice styling.
Neal (Livingstonn )
Very gelly. These are very comfortable grips and the skull pattern looks great. There do wear out rather quickly (one season of hard riding)but the comfort is what counts with these grips. No vibration and no cramping. The price is right on these and changing them out each season is no big deal
ISRAEL (MIAMI GARDENS )
I LIKE THEM.. LOOK GREAT ON MY 2009 ZX6R..
Gaylon (Hattiesburg )
Not the best bar ends for my ZX-10R- 2011. One side fits all the way and my throttle side would not seat fully. I've tried to remove and replace it, yet, there is still slack.
The Natrix (Shrewsbury )
I have tried many types of grips in the past ranging from Renthals, Pro-grip, and other Driven grips. One problem I always have is aftermarket grips are either too soft and wear out too fast, or they are bulkier than oem and I lose a lot of feedback from the bike. I have been using the Driven SBK grips up until now, and decided to try out their thin grippy grips. All I can say is these are the best balance of anything I've used yet. The rubber is soft but not spongy, and although they are thinner than oem, the ride is not harsh on the street. I have a lot more confidence with these grips due to the fact that I can truly feel what the front tire is doing, and they are still soft enough to dampen unwanted vibrations. I don't think I'll ever try anything else after these.
Shawn (Louisville )
I bought three others and they were all trash. This one went on fairly easily and looks ok. It's not as polished as I would like but it works really well.