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OEM heated hand grips for V7 E5 bikes?

sib

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The wiring diagram for my new V7 Stone 850 shows that there is a connector for heated hand grips, but I've seen no evidence that such grips exist. Has anyone found the actual connector, or seen the heated grips offered for sale? A part number would be helpful. Thanks.
 

kiwi dave

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Sounds like the same deal as the V85 when it was launched.

They're normally overpriced anyway. Suggest you check out Koso Apollo heated grips (from Revzilla).
 

sib

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Thanks, I know about Koso Apollo heated grips, I installed them on my previous V7II. They're pretty good, but I'd still like to know about OEM grips. If/when there is an OEM offering, I think they're unlikely to be identical to the V85 grips, since I believe the V85 has 1" diameter bars compared to the 7/8" V7 bars.
 

kiwi dave

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Moto Guzzi announced the heated grips for the V85 long before the release of the V85 itself. Unfortunately, they never existed.

I have Oxford Premium Adventure Heated Grips fitted to my V7-III Stone. There is a separate controller that has to be mounted somewhere. Of course, the handlebar diameters may not be the same as your V7 Stone 850.
 

kiwi dave

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I guess I was talking about availability in Kiwiland. Since I received my bike in the middle of winter, I couldn't wait.

Just being cautious about the Stone 850. Yet to see one.
 
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