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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-26-2010, 02:16 AM Thread Starter
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Gloves for Brutale

I would be interested in members comments on the best type of gloves to use to reduce the vibrations felt on the Brutales. I have heard Ironclad work gloves are effective are there others...?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-26-2010, 11:03 PM
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Get some weighted bar ends ... they really work to cut the vibes.

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I have Motovations bar ends...and also Superbike gel grips.....big difference from stock.

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Get some weighted bar ends ... they really work to cut the vibes.
Can you advise what weights are best (or you have) as I believe there are a few type 46 grams and 60 grams...
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Can you advise what weights are best (or you have) as I believe there are a few type 46 grams and 60 grams...
The heavier the better.

I bought mine from Motovation.

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Dwolf,
i'm sure you have surfed the net by now, i had the motovation bar ends, made a big difference, i now have Monster S4R bars which are heavier in the first place and then Rizoma bar end mirrors this makes a HUGE difference.

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I found the cheaper way to go was to wrap the handgrips in some bedding foam now i can't feel a thing????
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