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Doo "thinner" handlebars on an Axys.

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I did the regular Doo Summit bars. from a 2018 Manta green. Not a exact match. but close enough

Ran them with out the cork. Worked horrible. no real heat. I used the RSI grip heaters. they are plug n play. but I ended up adding the Doo cork. WOW. they work awesome. Grips feel a bit thicker.

Also used some other parts to make it look a bit different. cut apart a Doo riser and used some other stuff to fracknstein it all toghet

Cheers


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NIce - what rise did you go with to match your Polaris rise?
 

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Hope this helps.
Make sure you hook both elements up to hi or low.
The connector is also keyed different than a standard Weatherpack.
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Thank you - look like as long as I hit the ground (Brown and option C ) on the plug and then have the other wire in the same location on the L/R plug - should be good to go . I'm also adding a Skinz heater brake lever - does that matter how I configure the grip warmers?
 

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Thank you - look like as long as I hit the ground (Brown and option C ) on the plug and then have the other wire in the same location on the L/R plug - should be good to go . I'm also adding a Skinz heater brake lever - does that matter how I configure the grip warmers?
Yes, you have the wires right. Shouldn’t matter how you configure the grip heaters. I believe the brake lever hooks to the auxiliary port.
 
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Wounder how this set up will work on the matrix with the 7s display? If only high works, you might be able to adjust the temperature up and down still using the s7 ?
 

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Wounder how this set up will work on the matrix with the 7s display? If only high works, you might be able to adjust the temperature up and down still using the s7 ?
I’m going to install a set. I’ll keep you posted.
It may work the same as Doo.
 

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Doo bars installed. Love how they feel in terms of bend and grip diameter. My goal was to match the 7" rise of the POO high bars. Added a RSI 6" riser and it worked out perfect. I may even do the same on my wifes sled as well.
Grip heaters work awesome - much hotter then my RSI heaters that were on there.
 
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