Oh,just saw first pic. A new throttle grip ready to go. Cool. Remove left and right housings for sigs,horn,kill switch,etc, take hammer,beat them to death.
Ohh okay gotcha thanks bro. Appreciate the help.Those are aftermarket grips usually used on choppers and HD. They are rock solid. They are from Emgo.Junk basically. You half to pound them on with a rubber mallet. Cut all the metal off with a dremel tool and work from there. There are no screws or allen keys. The air idea wont work.They are super tight fitting even without glue. Just basterdize them. Cut,hammer,pull,repeat.
That was my suggestion too. A dremmel with a thin grinder wheel and the special bit that holds grinder wheels. Cut a line straight across lengthwise. You may need a few grinder wheels because they will wear out. If those are glued on, they will never pull off. I do not think any grips with metal (even the rubber /aluminum ones like D3s will come off. I plan to cut those off with a dremmel when I remove mine because they were harder than heck to get on there. Metal won't stretch or expand so it's gotta be cut.Cut all the metal off with a dremel tool and work from there.
If the grip moves on the tube, take it off, spray the inside with hair spray, and slide it back on. No more moving around after that.I need new grips I put a quick turn throttle on my busa and when I put stock grip back on its moves a lil bit especially when it’s hot out. I wish I remember the brand I had on my r1 they were great my hands would pretty much stick to them
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