frame sliders are installed

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  1. s a x m a n

    s a x m a n New Member

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  2. Peter Gibbons

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    they don't look like they offer much/any protection. have you laid the bike down gently to check? seem too short.
     
  3. Esp69st

    Esp69st Who's talking about OIL... bitch you cooking

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    Esp69st Who's talking about OIL... bitch you cooking

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    I had to go to your site to view the pics... they looks soo good, professionaly installed.

    I just think they are too low. but they still look good.
     
  5. s a x m a n

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    new gallery program, new links ...

    they are frame sliders, not plastic protectors ... people tend to forget that information

    They are there to keep the engine and frame safe in the event of a crash. I could have gone with big ass frame sliders, but on the RR the frame sliders are lower on the bike that most, and some of the longer verisions have been know to touch at the track ... that the last thing I need.

    My whole goal for this bike is to make it race ready for 2006, which will include race plastics ... who cares about those anyway (=
     
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    Esp69st Who's talking about OIL... bitch you cooking

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    cool I get your point,,,, damn. LOL :bigthumb:
     

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