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Old October 27th, 2019, 12:08 PM   #1
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OEM Heated grips

Anyone use them ? With the colder weather coming in, and the fact I really hate cold hands and/or fingers, considering going this route, tips/advice ? I found the OEM parts, and install seems fairly easy, just no instructions on how to turn on/off....the pictures don't really show a switch or anything...
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Old October 28th, 2019, 10:31 AM   #2
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Heated grips are great but have you considered handguards? Deflecting the cold wind away from your hands is a huge part of the solution.
Combined with winter gloves they are really effective.
https://barkbusters.net/what-fits-my...r-1200-2014on/
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Anyone use them ? With the colder weather coming in, and the fact I really hate cold hands and/or fingers, considering going this route, tips/advice ? I found the OEM parts, and install seems fairly easy, just no instructions on how to turn on/off....the pictures don't really show a switch or anything...
Toiffel... Don't know what kind of Ducati you have? But I have a 2017 Monster 1200S and installed the factory Heated Hand Grips. Only hard part is you have to get the software update to the TFT Display to be able to use them. Activation of the grips is via the TFT display Menu. Kinda cumbersome until you get used to doing it on the fly. Otherwise they work great!

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Thanks !! Spoke to a couple people, and going for the OEM for my Monster 18' 1200s !!!
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Toiffel... Don't know what kind of Ducati you have? But I have a 2017 Monster 1200S and installed the factory Heated Hand Grips. Only hard part is you have to get the software update to the TFT Display to be able to use them. Activation of the grips is via the TFT display Menu. Kinda cumbersome until you get used to doing it on the fly. Otherwise they work great!

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So, if you just use the TFT display...
Do you know if it would work on the 821?
Also
Can the Cruise control from the Multistrada be added??

Thanks Rex

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So, if you just use the TFT display...
Do you know if it would work on the 821?
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Can the Cruise control from the Multistrada be added??

Thanks Rex
Rex...that I do not know. If I was to guess, I think they still need to be integrated into the OEM TFT display. I don't think there is a difference between 1200/821 as far as the functionality of the grips... but if it has a TFT display, then they would require a S/W update to the display as well..is my thinking...

You might just call your local Ducati Dealer service technician and ask...

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