3hrs on it and it’s still holding. Although it’s not abrasive. A hard rubbery feel. Doesn’t offer the grip MotoTape offers. But better than nothing.
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Very easy to cut to fit and install. The clear sheets work great for adding grip and protection your side plates against tearing and ripping from boots.
Works great, keeps plastics and graphics looking tight at the same time you can get a better grip on the bike with your legs.
Use this product on all of Max Millers race bikes
Light, gets the job done and when it wears down you just peel it off and put some new on.
I'm a woods rider and don't need to much grip so tried this tape, it was just right was a little nervous when others said it wore out fast but I can say after four 3hr rides this stuff still looks new and still has good grip. Worth the money if you need slight grip for quick direction changes.
it definitely does its job! and doesnt wear out too quickly. the only down side is it wears away too much on the boots and the pants... i destroyed a brand new of pants in two rides!
I bought the clear medium grip and custom cut pieces to fit on the air box for my boots to grab onto. It worked great the first ride but wears out fast. By the end of the first day I could tell that it was wearing out and loosing grip. 3 rides now and it hasn't worn through yet but getting close. I would buy it again if it was about half this price. Will try something different next time.
Was really dissipointed with this produce. The grip surface came off withen two rides and left a sticy glue behind.
I ordered this sheet of grip tape but could only get the black in high grip, and when I received it and pulled it out it was basically non skid, like something you would use on a walkway for traction. I previously got some of the clear in medium grip and it is great on the bike for the upper radiator shrouds for my legs to grip onto something but I fear that the high grip non skid would just wear my pants out so I am not going to use it. might be great on my ramp to load my bike.
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Question asked by moto
Question:Q: How long is the sheet of grip tapeQuestion asked 1 year ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year agoAnswer: A: Grip tape sheets measure 12" x 18" and are made from 12 mil. vinyl.
Question asked by tg151
Question:Q: Can it take heat? if I put it on my clutch cover (rmz250) will it be ok?Question asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: You shouldn't have any issues running it on your clutch cover.
Question asked by 437honda
Question:Q: Is this a sand paper type grip tape or rubberized?Question asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Yes this would be a sand paper type of grip tape, like what you would find on a skate board.
Question answered by RacedadUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Rubberized
Question asked by KTMKarl1
Question:Q: Will it stick to tank?Question asked Over 10 years agoI have a 06 KTM and wanted to add to the bottom part of the tank, (none shroud area). I have tried other none perfirated sticker before and the bubble up after a day or so.
Question answered by JesseCUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: anything that is applied directly to the tank and non perforated is going to bubble at some point.
Question answered by zgeurtUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: use ammonia or windex with ammonia to clean the surface before applying, its probably coming up from contamination or grease on the plastic
Question asked by SethH
Question:Q: Is it to keep the rider on the bike?Question asked Over 11 years agoAnd, would'nt it look ugly?
Question answered by zgeurtUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: depends on the background that you are putting it on but I put the clear on my white plastics and you hardly even notice and cleans off better then I thought
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: Yeah, the grip tape just helps the rider have something to grip onto instead of sliding around on the plastic. So it helps out with control for some people. As far as looking ugly... It might not look the best but for some people functionality out weighs the look.