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Old May 3rd 2018, 11:19 AM   #1
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Rizoma LUX grips or ProGrips duo compound for V4

All - wondering about aftermarket grips to cut down on vibration and add more comfort. I have experience with the ProGrips duo compound on my 1299S so I'm familiar with those (Better comfort and less vibration/numbness). Waitinf for my V4 to be delivered now so wondering about the Rizoma's for this one. Has anyone used the Rizoma LUX grips and have any insight???
Go with Rizoma or stick with ProGrips? i. comfort? ii. Vibration? iii. longevity?
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Old May 3rd 2018, 11:39 AM   #2
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rizoma grips look like they should be on a busa

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Old May 3rd 2018, 11:52 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by apeluv View Post
All - wondering about aftermarket grips to cut down on vibration and add more comfort. I have experience with the ProGrips duo compound on my 1299S so I'm familiar with those (Better comfort and less vibration/numbness). Waitinf for my V4 to be delivered now so wondering about the Rizoma's for this one. Has anyone used the Rizoma LUX grips and have any insight???
Go with Rizoma or stick with ProGrips? i. comfort? ii. Vibration? iii. longevity?
Honestly, I don't think there is quite as much vibration on my V4 compared to my 1299s.

With that said, I'm more focused on track performance and usually stick with the Domino grips. Don't use these unless you want to a tight connection to the bike and want to feel every little detail. The ProGrips are quite a bit plusher and look pretty good on the bike IMO.
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Old May 4th 2018, 12:52 PM   #4
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Im running the Progrip 717's, not sure they help with vibration all that much but the grip level and comfort are so much better.


And at $15 a pair they are probably the cheapest mod on a V4 lol
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Progrip 724 double density.
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