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Frame Sliders for 1000RR

For those lucky few that already have a 1000RR, are there any mounting points for Frame Sliders?

How about mounting points for a rack (sorry but some practicalities demand it is added, plus a grab rail will come in handy)?
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Re: Frame Sliders for 1000RR

Probably the same as the 600RR. Gotta cut the plastic. I wouldn't be surprised if the 600 frame sliders fit the 1000
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Probably the same as the 600RR. Gotta cut the plastic. I wouldn't be surprised if the 600 frame sliders fit the 1000
Excuse my ignorance but I assume you mean that I will need to hack into the fairing. Not my future beautiful fairing.
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For those lucky few that already have a 1000RR, are there any mounting points for Frame Sliders?

How about mounting points for a rack (sorry but some practicalities demand it is added, plus a grab rail will come in handy)?
I didn't notice any mounting points for a set of frame sliders, then again I really didnt look, they are bad luck for me! Lowsided the first day I put them on my old Triumph and ended up doing just as much damage. Go figure
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No, you'll have to drill it buddy, no worries. Buy some play-doh, and get a god wood/plastic circular attachment to cut with.
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No, you'll have to drill it buddy, no worries. Buy some play-doh, and get a god wood/plastic circular attachment to cut with.
Just to clarify, I assume that you stick the play-doh onto the back of the fairing (after making sure the hole lines up with the mounting point) to support it during the drilling/cutting?
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Ah yes...women and motorcycles...my two favorite things.

Bikes and women - both have nice curves.

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Ah yes...women and motorcycles...my two favorite things.

Where'd that come from?
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Where'd that come from?
Just a mild threadjack... read like this: posted in the wrong thread.

Hey, it's stressful here at work.

Bikes and women - both have nice curves.

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Just a mild threadjack... read like this: posted in the wrong thread.

Hey, it's stressful here at work.
no prob, figured that was the case you were just thinking about where you would rather be, heading out for a ride with a lovely lass wrapped around you while she rides pillion.
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Re: Frame Sliders for 1000RR

Has anyone done it yet? errrr... the frame sliders on the 1000RR that is. If so please post the mod info. I would like to put frame sliders on my 1000 RR since I already have them on my 929 and I sware by them . I found some for the 600 RR at cycle gear but did not know if they would work. If you have pics of the mod please post those as well.
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Re: Frame Sliders for 1000RR

try these . same idea.

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try these . same idea.

Great link, thanks freq!!!
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