Looking for a custom fit? Our cut to size sheets are our best sellers, at £22.99 you receive two sheets at 305mm x 155mm which can be easily cut, to suit the area you need for grip.
Use tracing paper to assist your design, cut through or around the domes easily with scissors and apply the grips. Preparation of the tank is the most important stage in the application, all our kits now contain an IPA wipe which will clean the surface thouroghly without leaving residue.
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To apply Eazi-Grip™ tank grips we always recommend our customers and sponsored teams to ensure that the surface is prepared using an IPA wipe.
A clean dry surface is essential
The IPA cleaner is used to remove all surface contaminants. Methylated spirits/petrol/lighter fluid leave behind a thin greasy residue so we have now included a free satchet in every set of tank grips
Taken from Tyco Suzuki Team News
Taylor pictured with his 2013 Tyco Suzuki GSX-R600 and George Cheeseman, Marketing Manager – Motorcycles at Suzuki GB PLC
Tyco Suzuki can today confirm that talented young Scottish rider Taylor Mackenzie, will continue as the team’s sole British Supersport class representative in 2014, aboard their GSX-R600.
In only his second season in British Supersport this term, ‘TMac’ as he’s know to the paddock regulars, finished a creditable tenth in the championship standings. His best finish was fifth place at Donington Park, but also posted a strong sixth place at Snetterton and led his first British Supersport race at Brands Hatch on the final day of the season.
Delighted to be back on the Tyco Suzuki GSX-R600 for a second successive season in 2014, the 20-year-old said: “I’ve got ‘man flu’ after working at the NEC bike show, but yeah I can’t wait to get back on the GSX-R600 and work with Tyco Suzuki for a second year.
“It’s the first time in my career that I’ve worked with the same team for two years in a row, just because I’ve been moving up classes all the time, so a second shot at it will be good.”
Reflecting on 2013, he added: “We made really good progress throughout the year, so there’s no reason why we can’t start next year where we finished off at Brands, which was towards the sharp end. Yeah I’m really looking forward to it.”
Team Manager Philip Neill added: “We are delighted to be working with Taylor and the Mackenzie family once again in 2014. He’s a young man with a lot of potential and fitted in seamlessly within the Tyco Suzuki set-up this season. He now has a year under his belt on GSX-R600 machinery and proved at Brands Hatch that he has all the ingredients to run at the front in 2014.”