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Heated grips

Are heated grips available as an accessory yet? I didn't see them on the accessory list. I am going to add those and the tall windscreen and I should be good for winter.

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I haven't seen anything official about any accessories yet. But they were listed, so they should be coming soon.

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Poke your dealer about 08T70-MJN-A001 and see what they've got to say. If "nothing", move on to the next dealer. Repeat until you find one that's actually willing to work for the money ;-)
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Poke your dealer about 08T70-MJN-A001
Is that the part number? Where did you find it? I wasn't having any luck.

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Is that the part number? Where did you find it? I wasn't having any luck.
This particular one came from here: Meet The New CTX1300 - Progress. Advancement. Evolution | South Bay Riders

The others came from official or semi-offcial sources such as manuals or the Japanese site. The list so far was posted here: http://www.ctx1300forum.com/forum/ac...html#post38610

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Has anyone installed honda heated grips themselves?

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I will in a month or so. They'll be my next accessory. Of what I get from the instructions they're not too hard to install. They're kinda pricy but from what I get from people that own them are very high quality.
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I installed Oxford Heaterz on mine. They are by far the best I've ever used. I had the Honda factory ones on a 2012 Goldwing. The Heaterz are very easy to install and perform way better...and they're only about $90 on ebay.
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I thought about getting aftermarket ones, but I saw how these are integrated to the display, I had a $45 set on my Vulcan that worked great until the wire broke on the throttle side from too much flexing, I cut away enough to solder it back together. Well I ordered the OEM ones off of ebay today, called my dealer for a best price and they were about $40 more than ebay. Rox where did you see the instructions at?

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I thought about getting aftermarket ones, but I saw how these are integrated to the display, I had a $45 set on my Vulcan that worked great until the wire broke on the throttle side from too much flexing, I cut away enough to solder it back together. Well I ordered the OEM ones off of ebay today, called my dealer for a best price and they were about $40 more than ebay. Rox where did you see the instructions at?


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