Scott SXII Grips - Twist Throttle



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tstockell147 Verified Purchaser
Pensacola, FL, USA
Good Grips

Soft compound and amazing grip, great for two strokes!

Zachatk1 Top 250 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Good product

Provides good grip in all kinds of weather conditions. They do tend to wear a little faster but in racing situations, things tend to wear out quicker anyways. Reasonably priced so replacing is not a big issue.

Pelon Verified Purchaser
Scott Grips

For me, I like the non-waffle feel. Better grip on the bars. White is dangerous because they are only white for a couple of rides, haha.

TheCyclemedic Verified Purchaser
Roseville, CA

Great grips, comfortable,good grip, and good wear and tear. No issues.

Watts Verified Purchaser

These grips are good for 4-wheelers & mud. Not so great on my CR125. I thought they were stylish & good looking. A little too thick for my liking..

396bucktooth Verified Purchaser
Buckeye az


yamanick14 Top 1000 Contributor
Bettendorf, Ia
Good Grips

I have them on my 11 KX250f and have never had arm pump. Better than stock

cresson PA

These grips are really durable, but not as comfortable as some of the other grips I've used, they also don't have as much grip and will most likely need tie wire.
Overall they're good grips for the price.

Good grips

They went on easy with some brake cleaner and look nice but my red grips show dirt very easily. I got them dirty just by putting them on. I would buy them again.

Great grips!

These grips are nice and comfortable. They seem to hold up nice. Ive crashed a couble of times with these grips and now they are starting to tare.

jaymes Top 1000 Contributor

Helps take away hand fatigue on long rides and they are very soft.

azle tx.

there tough there great they look good to i dont know what those dudes were sayin mabe they got soft hands lol as far as scott grips bet u cant find tougher ones,like one dude said u need gloves on but u need em anyway.if theyll stay on my 500 2 stroke thell last on any bike.

Scott SXII Grips - Twist Throttle
Scott SXII Grips - Twist Throttle
No good

these grips are terrible i miss my pillow tops, i don't advise anybody to buy these grips for anything unless you enjoy having sore hands and blisters when they ride. (DONT BUY THESE!)

houston tx

I seen these grips at the shop so I picked them up thinking they were going to be pretty good, man was I wrong I cut them off as soon as possible they made my hands hurt so bad and I havnt had a blister in a long time till I put these on my bike pillow top is the way to go


The grips are alright and pretty durable,but if you dont like gloves "DONT GET THEASE GRIPS" once i forgot my gloves at home and rode all day and they cut my hands up, my freinds complain after a quick ride. other than that they clean up nice and look spiffy.


WOW these grips are great I bought them for my crf150r and it felt like they gave me so much more throtle the first time i rode with them i crashed on a srtaight away with them and they give you excellent grip.

4 Questions
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Q: Can these fit a bicycle handle?
Over 5 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 months ago
A: No, one side will be a bigger diameter to fit a twist throttle.
Location: Nebraska, USA
Q: Are the " red" ones actually red or orange because i cant really tell..??
Over 3 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Yes, the red ones are actually red and not orange.
Location: Virginia
Q: Do these come with the scott grip glue?
Over 7 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: grip glue is not included.
Q: Are these adult grips or kids?
Over 7 years ago
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 1 month ago
A: The Scott SXII Grips fits all 7/8" and 1-1/8" sized handlebars. They will not fit the XR50 or TTR50 bikes as they use smaller sized bars.
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