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Progrip 717 - Mango para scooter
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- Ø 22-25, L 125 mm
- 2 Komponenten, soft touch
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115 millimeter long;Sold as a pair
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I purchased these because they resembled the grips that Casey Stoner used on his Ducati Desmosedici GP9-GP10 in MotoGP, except those have the "X" pattern underneath as well. Well, it turns out the ProGrip 717 is a CLOSE ended grip! My Ducati 696 uses open ended grips, so I had to figure out what to do with the 717s. Some suggested getting the Motion Pro grip cutting tool, but I chose to go with an Exacto knife modification. I carefully sliced open the ends.
The 717s are a dual-compound, and the outer compound is VERY soft with a grippy texture. It is like gripping a marshmallow that sticks to your hand! Unfortunately, it also made it hard to install even using extra hold hair spray. It tended to squirm in my hands as I tried to twist it into place. Luckily once it sets, it is good to go. These even have grooves on the ends for safety wire.
I did some research and ordered the Pro Grip 780's as backups in case I couldn't use the 717s. The 780s have the same texture and compound as the 717s except it doesn't have a hard inner core. You see, the colored part of the 717 is the harder internal core compound while the black is the soft squirmy material. The 780 does not have that inner core or the safety wire grooves, but is slightly longer for that perfect OEM size. The Ducati grips were ultra hard and slippery, but slightly longer than the Pro Grip 717 and 719.
The 717s look very sharp when installed, and I highly recommend you try hair spray since it seems to hold on very tightly. I didn't believe people at first until I tried it on my Glock's Hogue grip and the 719s - they just stuck on tight and didn't rotate even during heavy use.
If you choose to buy 717s, make sure that you can use close ended grips or be prepared to cut open the ends. These are very soft, and they don't like being cut. However, they are inexpensive enough to swap periodically in case they wear out. They remain very soft even in cold weather (below 20F).
Overall: 4/5 stars, had to cut open the ends, ProGrip ought to make an open ended 717 with the "X" pattern underneath as well to replicate the MotoGP grips, very squirmy during installation, and you may want to check out the 780 if you like the texture and outer compound as it is an exact match but slightly longer.