David (Pearl City )
Look well made..helps make the bike stand apart from other Shadow Spirits, and black takes some of too much chrome away. Fit was good. Riding position is now more forward leaning than sit up cruiser like it used to be.
KawRanger (Oklahoma City )
I commute about 25 miles to work and this thing rocks. I never do enough open road to really justify a true throttle lock. This is a very happy compromise. About half of my commute time is city and about 3/4 of the way to work I would start having to deal with "NumbThumb" syndrome. The CrampBuster fixed it! Of course, nothing is without its price. If in the correct position for riding I find myself involuntarily gunning the engine during breaking. Its just something you have to get used to. Easy to install and reposition. Were I to hit the trails, I would not remove it. I would just rotate it down. The amazing thing is that it does not seem to slip and de-adjust itself on my stock 2007 KLR-650 grips. This is such a cheap and good solution. I would recommend this for anyone who does any street riding. When you hit the open road, you just rotate it up. It moves that way really easy. Moving it down, however is more difficult. This is an amazingly simple and cheap solution to the problem.
Greg (Henderson )
I had grips like this years ago and they disappeared from the market. Thank goodness Biltwell, a group of motorcyclist, brought them back. They fill your hand and relieve the clenched fist feeling of the small stock type of grips. They are stretchy enough to fit easily over the throttle tube and locked nicely on its ribs. I would recommend these grips to anyone who rides alot. I am going to buy another set for my other bike. They are great. Thank you, Biltwell.
John (Helena )
The parts are great. But no one bothered to tell you that you need the bolts for the risers. Over all great looks and great fit.
Levi (Long Beach )
Exactly what I wanted and quick shipping.
Bill (Lakeland )
I installed a pair of these on my 2015 Road Glide and am very pleased. The installation was more or less as advertised (they required a little more loosening of the brake and clutch mounting brackets that the instructions led me to believe), and I really like the feel. I didn't use the glue provided for the left grip, though, and decided to try hairspray, instead, to give me more time to get it adjusted. So far, it's holding fine. My right pinky still gets numb after riding a while, so I can't say they provide a lot more vibration resistance than the stock grips. They look good, though.