Love the Spider grips, I've used those on a number of bikes. Great, comfy grip.
Bar weights are held on with red Locktite (TM).Mike
Thanks for report...I've read the grips are comfortable...did you pull the bar weights yourself...i hear their on real tight
If your looking for bar ends that are heavier than stock try one from HVMP.com I have the stainless steel 13.9 oz bar ends on my 2014 Ninja 1000 ABS. I used them on my 2004 ZZR1200, 2006 ZZR600 and my 2008 Ninja 250R. The weight helps to absorb the kinetic energy cutting down on handle bar buzz which can have an effect on your hands on long rides. Rode my Ninja 1000 to Canada last October and hit all five of the great lakes, 2000 mile trip no issues with my hands at all. JayBar weights are held on with red Locktite (TM).
Not that hard to get off.
Are the R&G bar ends heavier than stock?
I wouldn't want anything lighter as I imagine this helps with vibrations in the hands.
I will be installing my Spider grips in the spring.
I also put the Handlebar Risers https://www.murphskits.com on the it's amazing how much more comfy the seating position is.Just finished with the install of risers, grips & bar ends. I'm pleased with the outcome.
were you ever able to get those murphs on the 2015 ninja 1000Mikey,
What model year to you have? I got a set of the Murph's risers from another member. There is absolutely no way I can see of getting those things on my 2015 without getting longer cables.
I'm probably going to try reselling them to someone else.
Nope. Haven't even tried. A lot of people here say it's doable but I couldn't make it work and haven't gotten around to trying again. Now that it's getting late in the riding season, I may give it another try.were you ever able to get those murphs on the 2015 ninja 1000