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Hand warmers

Discussion in 'SnoScoot,SRX120' started by dylanjen9, Jan 7, 2016.


  1. dylanjen9

    dylanjen9 Expert

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    Location:
    Florence WI
    I just got a set of hand warmers for the 120. They come in a kit that has new grips and wires that plug into a plug by engine. No splicing at all! They don't get as hot as I would like but they will help. They are actually a arctic cat factory part so any dealer can get them or they are like $50 on the internet. Yamaha does not make them but for those that don't know the Yamaha 120 and the arctic cat 120 are the same.
     
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  3. yamahahaapex

    yamahahaapex TY 4 Stroke Master

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    Location:
    Yorkton Saskatchewan
    Yeah, I got a set installed immediately before pick up. You're right, they're not hot but when Ive felt them from time to time they were slightly warm. Better than a cold set of bars! Is the kit you got from Yamaha or an aftermarket kit? The kit @ Yamaha was $50.00, cant say much about the install as the dealer whipped them on for free.
     
  4. dylanjen9

    dylanjen9 Expert

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    My kit came from arctic cat. Same thing
     
  5. Nytros rule

    Nytros rule Expert

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    Location:
    Rider Nation
    Country:
    Canada
    Snowmobile:
    2014 Black Viper XTX
    Yamaha accessory price $54.95, Cat accessory price $89.95 in my part of the world.
     
  6. musselmark

    musselmark Pro

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    Location:
    PEI Canada
    I bought several pair of grip warmers on e-bay from china for literally $3.50 including shipping, installed them on 120's and little quads. They usually come with heating elements and large shrink wrap, you install them over factory grips, come with hi/low switch, wiring. No thump warmer though but kids don't even notice.
     
  7. Paul Yarek

    Paul Yarek Newbie

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    Location:
    44 King St North RR 4 Scotland Ont
    Country:
    Canada
    Snowmobile:
    SRX 120
    I got a set and everything said Yamaha from the Yamaha dealer.
     
  8. MikeWalters

    MikeWalters TY 4 Stroke Master

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    Location:
    Saskatchewan, Canada
    I used a set off of ebay. They were 6$, free shipping. They are the type that wrap over top of the bars, then are heatshrinked into place. Given they dont have to heat up through the steel bars, they are very low wattage. They use them on scooters I think. Bought a few of them cause they were so cheap, been just awesome so far!

    I think anyone using regular grips should put in a LED bulb in the headlight to ease up on the stator. Just my 2c.


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  9. yamahahaapex

    yamahahaapex TY 4 Stroke Master

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    Location:
    Yorkton Saskatchewan
    hmm LED bulb, any idea where?
     
  10. MikeWalters

    MikeWalters TY 4 Stroke Master

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    Location:
    Saskatchewan, Canada
    ebay. Thousands out there for cheap$. Do you know the bulb type in the little Yammi? H4 or 1157 or whatever?
     

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