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post #11 of 23 Old 07-24-2017, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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Good stuff, thanks!
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post #12 of 23 Old 07-25-2017, 02:03 PM
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I had the pro-grips but within 300 miles you could see wear. They were super soft and wore very fast. Lasted me a year (21k until 37k, so they lasted 16k miles).



I've switched to these and love them, they are EXTREMELY grippy!! And as of now, I have 63k on the bike and they are just now showing some wear... almost double the life.

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I had the pro-grips but within 300 miles you could see wear. They were super soft and wore very fast. Lasted me a year (21k until 37k, so they lasted 16k miles).



I've switched to these and love them, they are EXTREMELY grippy!! And as of now, I have 63k on the bike and they are just now showing some wear... almost double the life.

Spider PEAK Grip ? Spider Grips

Thanks Jessika. My ProGrips just arrived and I have to say I'm disappointed. They're certainly thinner than the stockers. Grip isn't of concern to me; I have great gloves. But I need some cushion; my hands go numb after riding for a while. I'll give those Spider's a look.
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@XCLR8TN -- I ordered some of those Spider's. They're nice! Thanks for the tip!
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The Domino MotoGP are great for the track riders. If you want something softer, you can get the Domino XM2 Grips.

Can be found here, free shipping to anywhere in USA also use forum discount code 899PANIGALE at checkout to get a forum discount:

https://www.motomillion.com/collecti...959-1299/grips

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yeah, i found the same as Jess. I had the ProGrips and they only lasted a year... I would not buy them again, unless i couldn't find anything better...
But this time i decided to tor the Domino Grips this time... So far so good. But i didn't ride anywhere near as much now as I did on the ProGripss, so i can't give any opinion on the Domino's till next year.
I can say, there were a bitch to install, which could have been because i had heat elements on the bars making them thicker.
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+1 on the DOMINO MotoGP grips. Worth the effort to install. ProGrip 717's a close second.
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+1 on the DOMINO MotoGP grips. Worth the effort to install. ProGrip 717's a close second.
Got a pic of those Dominos installed? Or @krissrock how about you?
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Got a pic of those Dominos installed? Or @krissrock how about you?
sorry, for the delay...not on here too much anymore. Lemme check...I may have a video of them when my friend took my bike for a spin...

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here you go,
here's a video i posted right after i swapped my exhaust... you can see the Domino Grips pretty clearly in it...

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