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Which 1/4,turn throttle ring with ISO grips?

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  1. Evil_Genius

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    I want to order a Lloydz 1/4 turn throttle ring for my 2014 XCT with non-heated ISO grips. Anyone know which one fits?
     
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    what does Lloydz web page say
     
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    It's not clear. It only mentions factory rubber grips and Ness grips.
     
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    It only works on the stock grips and the Ness grips.
     
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    I was afraid of that. Thanks.
     
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    Not true. I have one on my KP and I have Kuryakyn ISO grips. Sorry, not sure which one it is though. Kyle's crew put it on at a rally last year. He knew which one to use.
     
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    Good to know. Because I asked my dealer and they said nope.
     
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    If I can find my receipt when I get home I'll post the part number that Rylan installed on my Kury ISO grips. (I'm thinking it the second one on Lloydz site)

    Home and can't find receipt, may have hid it so wife didn't find it...I do believe it is the HOH HR1.
     
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    I have ISO grips. I believe it's HOH-HR1. I think the Victory comfort grips are really ISO grips.
     
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    I checked another thread and confirmed. I ordered the HR1. I might need stilcrazee to "lose" the receipt for me, too. If she ever saw my paypal account I don't know how I would explain the cam party money, LOL
     
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    Thats the one I used on my Kury transformer grips, works great.
     
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    I never knew that the actual "grip" of the bars knew the difference.... I have thought that all the inner parts of the housings of the throttle would be the same and the after market grips would be made to fit that sleeve that turns the throttle....
     
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    Its the shape that the cable ends hook into that is the difference, The grip is the sleeve, it all rotates on the bar as one.
     

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