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Silicone Hose Kits

Eazi-Grip Racing Products Silicone hose kits are a direct replacement for the OEM rubber hoses, offering a longer life and higher temperature and pressure ratings than the original rubber-based hoses.

Silicone hoses are normally used in racing motorcycles where extremes of temperature occur, to avoid failure at critical moments.
However, they are also a worthwhile upgrade for any motorcycle as a hose failure at best will leave you stranded and at worse may cause critical engine damage.

Eazi-Grip hoses are guaranteed for life when used with Eazi-Grip hose clamps.


  • Five-layer polyester reinforced: stronger than OEM hoses
  • Heat-resistant and abrasion-resistant surface
  • Operating temperature range: -50°C to +180°C
  • Operating pressure: 2.5 to 15 bar
  • Exceed specification SAE J20 R1 Class A
  • Better-looking than the OEM hoses.

Why use Silicone Hoses?


Rubber hoses become hard and brittle with age: silicone hoses retain their flexibility and strength.

Easier to work with

Rubber hoses are stiffer and can bond with the metal joints making them harder to remove and increasing the possibility of damage at a critical moment. Silicone hoses will not “stick” to radiator pipes.

Chemical resistance

Silicone hoses have better resistance to chemical damage such as coolants, brake fluid or aggressive cleaning products.


Silicone does not vibrate at the same frequency as rubber and does not transmit vibrations (noise) to the same extent, resulting in a quieter engine.

Weather resistance

Silicone will withstand extremes of temperature far better than rubber hoses, recommended for extreme climates both hot and cold!


A coloured silicone hose with a gloss finish looks far better than the original dull matt black hose!
The gloss finish also makes them easier to keep clean.

Who uses Eazi-Grips Silicone Hoses?

When last we checked:

BSB: Synetiq BMW

BSB: 2021 BSB Champions McAMS Yamaha

World SBK: BMW Motorrad

World SBK: 2021 World SSP Champions Ten Kate Racing

Comment by Chris Anderson, Crew Chief for BSB 2021 Champion Tarran MacKenzie