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#1 Rubman

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Posted 03 November 2019 - 05:23 AM

Hi All ,

Got a 2015 outlander that has factory heated grips but one has failed ( wires got torn out of the grip ) and I was wondering if your could purchase a single grip without the expense of another complete kit ? . Alternatively has anyone used an aftermarket grip with the factory BRP control system ?.

 

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#2 Dr Z

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Posted 03 November 2019 - 11:37 AM

I've never seen only one grip for sale. I don't know who makes Can Am branded grips. You could try messaging a company like Heat Demon and see if they will sell only one. I would think most any brand would work with the controller.

But, mine have a high/low toggle switch and dual element pad. Not sure if they would work as well with a controller. I now use the stick on elements and use whichever grip I want. I got tired of replacing heated grips when they wore out. Now I can just replace cheaper grips or use lock on ones if I want.


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Posted 04 November 2019 - 02:10 PM

I've never seen only one grip for sale. I don't know who makes Can Am branded grips. You could try messaging a company like Heat Demon and see if they will sell only one. I would think most any brand would work with the controller.
But, mine have a high/low toggle switch and dual element pad. Not sure if they would work as well with a controller. I now use the stick on elements and use whichever grip I want. I got tired of replacing heated grips when they wore out. Now I can just replace cheaper grips or use lock on ones if I want.


Can you give me a link to the stick on elements you are referring to? Are they reliable, so far? Any idea if they fit under ODI grips?


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#4 Dr Z

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Posted 04 November 2019 - 10:13 PM

Symtec heat demon part number 210019RR for the elements and part number 210008 for the thumb warmer. Both are 3 wire setups. One for high and one for low. (You could use the high/low elements with a controller if you wire the high side only.)

I used to tie them into one switch but now I use 2 so I can control the thumb separate from the grips. I use mitts in the cold weather and Klim gloves so I only need the warmers on the really cold days. I also don't use the cheap plastic switch. I use a metal toggle switch and the rubber waterproof cover.

I think BrianE uses the elements under his ODI Grips. That's what I will be going to next time since I had to glue my grips on to prevent them from slipping. If I'm careful, I hope to be able to cut them off when they wear out???

This year we are snow biking mostly. I hope to not need them on the bike, but I have the ODI lock on grips so I can add them if I need to.


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Posted 06 November 2019 - 07:23 AM

Can you give me a link to the stick on elements you are referring to? Are they reliable, so far? Any idea if they fit under ODI grips?


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I douby very highly that they will fit under ODI grips.


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Posted 06 November 2019 - 07:27 AM

Can you give me a link to the stick on elements you are referring to? Are they reliable, so far? Any idea if they fit under ODI grips?


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Posted 06 November 2019 - 07:29 AM

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Posted 26 November 2019 - 11:31 PM

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Posted 28 November 2019 - 12:15 PM

Can you give me a link to the stick on elements you are referring to? Are they reliable, so far? Any idea if they fit under ODI grips?


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I agree with 7mag,  St8E. i don't think the element will fit under the Odi grips. i have had the heat demon grips for about 4 years and they work great. the heat demon grips are made by Odi but they are not the padded type we are use to. originally i did not like the grips they were smooth and offered very little if any padding, like all hated grips. after about a year i put a set of foam grab on grips over the heat demons and ill tell you they work awesome. they are better that the padded Odi's by far and reduce vibration and hand fatigue 10 fold. 

 

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