See Heated Hand Grips. Models with heated hand grips have a variable heat control dial located on the end of the hand grip. Rotate the control dial to align the desired setting with the arrow on the grip. The heat settings range from 1 (minimum) to 6 (peak).
Rotate to the OFF icon to turn off heat. The hand grips are thermostaticallycontrolled, providing a constant grip temperature regardless of changes in the outside temperature. To prevent battery drain, heated hand grips should only be used while the engine is running. The sensor for thermostatic control is housed in the left-hand grip.
Maintaining consistent hand contact with both left and right-hand grips will produce the most consistent results. If the hand grips are not producing heat. Cruise control can be engaged to automatically maintain the cruising speed of the motorcycle. The rider remains in control and may disengage cruise control at any time by applying the brakes, pulling the clutch lever, rolling back the throttle or turning off cruise control.
Cruise control can be engaged at speeds between 30 mph 48 km/h and 90 mph 145 km/h. The system will not engage at speeds outside this range. While cruising, the rider can increase speed 10 mph 16 km/h or more (depending on how hard the rider rolls on the throttle and the condition of the vehicle) over the SET point before the system automatically deactivates. This allows the rider to momentarily increase speed, if necessary.
Rolling on the throttle too greatly may disengage the system.