Engine Coolant Heated Handlebars Honda CR500

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Patented Engine Coolant Heated Snowbike Handlebars CR500

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$495.00

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Patented Engine Coolant Heated Snowbike Handlebars CR500

The CR500 makes a SICK snow bike powerplant.  Our heated handlebar kit comes with an auxilary coolant port on the thermostat and return coupler to be used as a carb heat supply.  We are very experienced with the CR500 powerplant. Feel free to call in for any consultation and advise for a CR500 build.

  • Zero electricity required
  • Easy install
  • Compatible with all hand guards
  • Includes adjustable temp control valve
  • Includes thermostat for snow bikes
  • Made in USA

Please read the full product description, resource files all product FAQ’s before purchase. If you have questions send us a message. All parts and kits are made in-house. This means it could take up to two weeks for your kit to ship.

Kit Includes: Billet inline thermostat, ProTaper Henry/Reed bars, PTFE black lines, AN fittings, and temp control valve.

Engine coolant is routed through the bars which takes no electricity and sets a perfect temperature. The high-pressure side to the bars is routed on the back side of the thermostat so you have warm hands in less than 30 seconds upon starting of the engine. When you shut the warm bike off it creates a thermal syphon. Due to the bars being the highest point on the cooling system the bars stay warm for up to 15 minutes after you shut it off. 

Many stock dirt bikes do not have a thermostat which is why one is supplied in this kit. When a dirt bike is running in freezing cold temps and at high altitudes it can cause huge swings in the engine coolant temperature. The inline thermostat supplied with this kit will maintain a steady 180-degree operating temperature. This will help solve the huge AFR and engine efficiency problems snow bikes have.

Our thermostat has a mechanical auto-adjusting valve that restricts the flow of the coolant system. When the engine coolant is cold, the valve is closed. Once the engine gets up to operating temperature, the valve opens a little, and starts to allow coolant to flow to the radiator. When the engine is hot the valve opens more, allowing the coolant to flow through the radiator to dissipate excess heat. As the engine heats up or cools off due to environment or work load, the valve self-adjusts to maintain a targeted 180°F, the proper engine temperature.

Specify in the checkout description if you run bar risers.  If you do specify what height bar riser you run so we can supply longer lines with the kit.