I've had my eye on these ever since I saw them at the local Princess Auto, but at $20 each felt it was too spendy. A recent trip there found them being cleared out at $6.93 each, and an in-store special of 50% off the lowest price gave me two for $6.93. Score! So here's a little tutorial of the install on an 02 GSA. What's Re-Grip you ask? A do it yourself regripping material that shrinks down to a smaller diameter when the plastic inner core is removed. When I first saw it I immediately thought of using it on MC grips. Here's the website of the mfr: http://www.re-grip.com/ It comes in 3 sizes, the middle size with the yellow core was perfect for my grips. Took off the handguards and bar ends and slipped the tube over the grip. Position the grip where you want it. They state you can't move it once it's on and they mean it. Pull on the exposed plastic end and it starts to uncoil from the opposite end, and the rubber shrinks down. I only pulled a bit out and then snugged the Re-Grip as close to the end as I could. A little more pulling and it's halfway there. Kept pulling until all the plastic coil was out and voila! Trimmed off the excess material with a utility knife, reinstalled the bar end and guard and it's done! The throttle side installs just the same, but needed a little more trimming for the throttle to be able to return smoothly. The rubber material they use is great for grips. Really grippy, great feel. The diameter of the grips increases a bit which I like. There is ZERO chance of these slipping on the existing grip, they shrink down and grab on tight. They seem to transmit heat from the heated grips well even though I didn't spend much time with the heat on. But I could feel the heat. Stupid easy to install, but you only get one chance. Make a mistake and you're buying another one, but it's so easy only a real moran would screw it up. If you're looking for grip covers I recommend trying these.