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Frame sliders for 1000rr

Just curious what make frame sliders you guys are putting on the 1000rr's.
Any opinions or prefrence?
Looks like you have to drill the fiberglass on most.
Looked at Yoyodyne, looked like you would need a smaller hole to install.Anyone have them?
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

Check out this thread, nice set of no cut sliders that I've got on my bike.


https://www.fireblades.org/forums/showthread.php?t=29155
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

I have not done them yet but some Sato frame slider are on the Christmas list. I am just going to get over the cutting of plastic

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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

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Check out this thread, nice set of no cut sliders that I've got on my bike.


https://www.fireblades.org/forums/showthread.php?t=29155

Very nice Can you get them in the US?
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

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I have not done them yet but some Sato frame slider are on the Christmas list. I am just going to get over the cutting of plastic
i know what you mean about cutting the plastic. Makes me nervous just thinking about it.
I think the YoYo dine sliders have a better chance of covering up my possible or is that inevitable screw up. Because of a smaller hole to be drilled.

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Very nice Can you get them in the US?
No idea, Raven Racing are the distributers of those sliders (called Oggy Knobs in Australia), contact them and find out.

http://www.ravenracing.com.au/

If they can't help you, I beleive that The Sook has access to them so you could hassle him about sending some over to you.
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i know what you mean about cutting the plastic. Makes me nervous just thinking about it.
I think the YoYo dine sliders have a better chance of covering up my possible or is that inevitable screw up. Because of a smaller hole to be drilled.
I was told by someone with a 600rr the trick. Install just the bolt (no slider) and it presses against the foam inside the fairing leaving a mark. Use the mark to center a hole saw. I have not tried it yet but the concept sounds good.

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I was told by someone with a 600rr the trick. Install just the bolt (no slider) and it presses against the foam inside the fairing leaving a mark. Use the mark to center a hole saw. I have not tried it yet but the concept sounds good.
Heard that one... and if there is no foam I have seen like a clay or something used.

I gotta get a set over the winter and grow some balls and just do it too
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

I used the foam when I put frame sliders on my wife's 600rr. I have a set of sliders on my 1k and they have a bracket that drops the slider down and put it in the corner where the middle and lower meet. I think that the were ordered from lockhart and phillips or parts unlimited.
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

Raven Racing also have the same brakets for the 600RR so you don't need to cut into your fairings.

Not sure about other bikes though.
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

I have the no-cut Shogun sliders that you can get off of Ebay. I low sided on the track at 60-70mph and they worked great. I ended up with a 2" x 4" patch of rash on my lower fairing, a bent shifter linkage, lightly rashed shifter, a ding in the front rim and that was it, the frame sliders and swing arm spools took the rest.
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Re: Frame sliders for 1000rr

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/59-LIGHT-1

Anyone familar with these? Not sure the material etc. But they are no cut

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http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/59-LIGHT-1

Anyone familar with these? Not sure the material etc. But they are no cut
Anyone??? European folks, LighTech any info? I hate to cut but want something that works even more.

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