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01-27-2011 4:43 AM
Krazed
Re: Bike Design Crash Protectors

I cant exactly tell how those mount, but Generally the ones that do a "remote" mount tend to be a little sketchy. Break parts of the frame type of a deal.

I will admit the sliders I have for my R6 are basically that, just the one side had to be offset by like one and a half inches.

I dont see the worry about cutting a hole in your fairing though, especially if you are trying to preserve it so much.
01-27-2011 4:38 AM
stevewils
Bike Design Crash Protectors

Has anyone heard of Bike Design crash protectors?

Motorcycle / Motorbike Performance Parts & Accessories

I am tempted by these instead of the usual R&G as I don't have to cut the fairing on my 2010 RRA.

Has anyone any experience of these? or should I go ahead, take the plunge, and drill two holes in my fairing.

Steve.

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