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After years of research and development, A'ME is introducing the new Heated Ergo Tri. Made in USA, this grip features micro-process technology and internal sensors that give the rider the freedom to easily adjust each grip to any of the six temperature settings with a simple push of a button, with an LED light indicating the setting. This allows for comfortable hand temperatures that reduce fatigue and maintain finger dexterity. All of which improves rider control.
A'ME Heated Ergo Tri grips are made of a specially formulated Vulcathane, compound that produces a tacky, durable surface with an ergo design and the popular triangle pattern that is a comfort to hold onto.
A comfortable hand temperature improves blood flow which reduces fatigue and maximizes dexterity and performance.
Simple push button, 6-setting temperature adjustment with LED lights.
Includes instructions and wiring harness that easily connects to your 12-volt battery (internal sensors will monitor your battery's power and automatically shut off if battery level drops too low).
Six month replacement warranty for manufacturer defects.
Two-year half-price replacement warranty on grips for damage due to fall or excessive wear.
jdelbert1 year 11 months agoLocation: Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Do they come with open ends? Or can the ends be cut out for guards?
1 year 10 months agoLocation: Portland, OR, USA
I contacted A'ME with your question to confirm, here is their answer:
Yes, the grips can be modified to accept hand guards without doing harm to the internal heating element. There are two ways to accomplish this.
1. You may enlarge a hole at the end of the grip. Using a Dremel type hand grinder or a drill, create or enlarge the hole at the end of the grip to match the inside diameter of the handlebar. This will allow you to put the expanding insert from the handguard through the end of the grip and into the handlebar.
2. A second option would be to cut the end of the grip off. This can be done using a sharp knife or fine toothed saw. On the ATV Tri grip locate the position where the end cap of the grip tapers down to the grip body located 3/8 inch from the end of the grip. Cutting the grip at this point will not harm the heating element and will allow the handlebar to extend through the grip. DO NOT cut the end off beyond the 3/8 inch mark or damage to the heating element could occur.
These solutions should allow the mounting of wrap around style handguards.