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    1994 Kawasaki Ninja 250R Driven Handlebars

    1994 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
    Tire Size:
    Front: 100/80-16, Rear: 130/80-16
    Spark Plug:
    C8HA
    Battery:
    YB9L-A2
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x106
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 14T, Rear: 45T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-401
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    Driven Clip-Ons Sporty clip on handlebars for your street or sport bike. Driven has made these bar to look great and perform even better.  Constructed from aerospace grade 6061 T-6 billet aluminu
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    Driven Replacement BarsAll replacement bars are machined from 6061 billet alloy Anodized to further increase corrosion resistance and durability Each piece is carefully inspected and laser etched wit

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    Drew (Oak Ridge, TN)

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    Awesome grips!

    2nd set I've bought. Perfect feeling grips. Not hard, not soft, just feels good in the hands. Long lasting. Will have a set on every bike I own!

    David (houston, 0)

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    driven clip ons

    Easy to install, but GSX R does not have enough wiring to make any upward adjustment of any clip on. Brake and clutch cables are not an issue, but killswitch wiring is way too short to allow any upward relief.

    Joe (Middletown, RI)

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    let down

    I have to say that I was let down by these grips. For the cost of them, I expected them to be extremely comfortable. They aren't. Other than looking nice, they are completely worthless. I am going back to my Pro Grips.

    Jay (Shorewood, WI)

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    Does not fit Yamaha

    Ordered these bar ends for my 2007 Yamaha FZ1. When I ordered them, the description said they would fit my bike. They do not. The Yamaha's have threaded bars. You are supposed to be able to just shove these in and have them stay. There was no way to get them into the threaded handle bars without totally mangling them.

    Andy (Washington, IN)

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    First new grips in years

    These are the first new grips I have installed in years. Grips installed pretty easily. I would like for them to be just a bit bigger in circumference as with gloves on they are just a bit small, but overall seem to be working fine. I used Krazy Glue on left grip and hair spray on right grip and both seem to be holding fine so far. I like the skulls in the grips. Causes people to take a 2nd look to see what design is on the grips. I would buy again as the price was very reasonable.

    Todd (Martinez, CA)

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    Look Great

    These bars look great, install easily, and have adjustment marks on them for easy adjustment.

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