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Tank Grip kits are now in-stock :)


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It took me a second to realize it was clear. My first thought was "Wow! Graves went all out matching the KRT paint job. I guess this won't work with custom paint jobs." 馃槄
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Any grips for the piece of fairing just below the tank?

I have this on both my bikes and has phenomenal grip for more of the leg when on lean in the corners.

It would be a 4 piece kit for tank and below tank fairing.
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Any grips for the piece of fairing just below the tank?

I have this on both my bikes and has phenomenal grip for more of the leg when on lean in the corners.

It would be a 4 piece kit for tank and below tank fairing.
Thanks.
We can make just about anything. Send us your design and we can do a custom
I installed these yesterday and they work well to give a bit more grip while preserving the nice Kawasaki scheme on the tank.

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I installed these yesterday and they work well to give a bit more grip while preserving the nice Kawasaki scheme on the tank.

Looks beautiful with just the right amount of grip.
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This is my first street bike, so I鈥檝e never installed these before. I鈥檝e got a set waiting to go in my bike I just brought home last night. Any tips or suggestions on installing these? No instructions came with them or are available on the @Gravesport website. Any advice will be appreciated.
This is my first street bike, so I鈥檝e never installed these before. I鈥檝e got a set waiting to go in my bike I just brought home last night. Any tips or suggestions on installing these? No instructions came with them or are available on the @Gravesport website. Any advice will be appreciated.
Clean the area well first, then use rubbing alcohol to ensure you remove all oils. Peel back on the end of the paper and align them to how you want them to sit. Then slowly peel back the paper as you lay it down on the tank. I polished my tank first to really get out any crud, but that's probably overkill.
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Clean the area well first, then use rubbing alcohol to ensure you remove all oils. Peel back on the end of the paper and align them to how you want them to sit. Then slowly peel back the paper as you lay it down on the tank. I polished my tank first to really get out any crud, but that's probably overkill.
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Clean the area well first, then use rubbing alcohol to ensure you remove all oils. Peel back on the end of the paper and align them to how you want them to sit. Then slowly peel back the paper as you lay it down on the tank. I polished my tank first to really get out any crud, but that's probably overkill.
Is it normal to just put the pads on top of the tank decals, like in the pictures above? I have a set of Techspecs and would rather not remove the decals, but it seemed like it might make the fit a little less secure to have part of it adhered to a decal.
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Don't remove any of the factory decals. That's not needed.

Spray the tank and adhesive side of the tank grip with a soapy water solution and then you can easily place it perfectly where you want while using a squeegee to get every single bubble out.

Take your time and use a hair dryer to accelerate the water evaporation process.

After 24 hours they will be fully cured and stuck and you'll have a perfect install with no bubbles exactly where you want.
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Is it normal to just put the pads on top of the tank decals, like in the pictures above? I have a set of Techspecs and would rather not remove the decals, but it seemed like it might make the fit a little less secure to have part of it adhered to a decal.
Even with the TechSpec you don't have to remove the decals and no they won't have any deleterious effect on the tank grips or the decals.

Got 2 bikes with the TechSpec and both were easy on and not one issue with them still being there in place and secure. 馃憤
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It looks like the tank decals are permanently clearcoated over, anyway. It would be a rough time trying to remove them 馃檭
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