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post #1 of 48 Old 10-20-2015, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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919 Motovation frame sliders

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So I have been talking with Motovation about getting another run of frame sliders made. they originally told me that they would need a pretty large order pre paid to make them. Well long story short they have decided to make a small batch of 12. Since I have been in contact they said that me or any one I know has first dibs.

The details, It will be about 6 weeks for them to be ready, and at that point they will be available for purchase. So If anyone is interested, You can PM me your email address and Motovation will contact you when they are in stock.

Note, I am in no way affiliated with Motovation. I am just a man who doesn't want frame sliders mounted to his engine.

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post #2 of 48 Old 10-21-2015, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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3/12 twelve so far, Ill probably send them the list at the end of next week

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What is the cost per set? Irregardless I'm in for at least one set. I'll PM you my details.

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post #4 of 48 Old 10-21-2015, 05:10 PM
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Thank's, e-mail sent

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What is the cost per set? Irregardless I'm in for at least one set. I'll PM you my details.
Im still waiting for the price, But I will let you know as soon as I know.

also 6/12

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post #7 of 48 Old 11-02-2015, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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Alright I sent them the emails to everone one who was interested. Just a couple details, they usually retail at $135.00 but they are giving us a 10% and sell them at $121.50. They will be sending you an email 1 week before they are done.

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Hope you included mine.

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Hope you included mine.
Hey sorry I never got a PM from you, I can go send them another email though if you'd like.

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Great product and great company here in Austin have had quite few different purchases for numerous things and they have always been top notch. They sell a lot of different stuff other than the frame sliders. Good guys, and no I don't have any affiliation with them. Good Luck on the group buy

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Has anyone heard from Motovation on these sliders?

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Not yet, but it has been 5 weeks since they told me that they are doing an additional run. They initially told me it would take around 6 weeks to get them made. So im going to try and not worry until end of next week

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Can you confirm was I on your list? I checked my PMs and can't see that I ever sent you a PM with my information. Thanks for setting up the group buy.

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Can you confirm was I on your list? I checked my PMs and can't see that I ever sent you a PM with my information. Thanks for setting up the group buy.
I just checked my PMs and I didn't see one from you. I'll PM you with the email info so you can contact them and see if you can get the discount

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Received an email today from MotovationUSA. The sliders are ready!

Honda CB900F / 919 Hornet Frame Sliders

Looks like everyone gets the 10% discount.

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I ordered a set and got a tracking number within a few minutes. Hopefully they made enough sets to have a few floating around after the group buy.

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Just put my order in as well! I'm glad I was able to get this going. especially for those of us who bought their 919s more recently and missed out on the original production run!!

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Now if you can get the circuit one engine case covers back into production we'd be happy
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Just ordered as well, hope Im not too late!
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Got the email, ordering now. Thanks for setting this up, jonstrocity!
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Ordered this morning by phone. No problems
Thanks again to original poster for his efforts

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Cool, free shipping!

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Can someone help me with my stupid question of the day? (just got my sliders in the mail)

Why is the left one bigger than the right one?
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Can someone help me with my stupid question of the day? (just got my sliders in the mail)

Why is the left one bigger than the right one?
I believe its because the engine sticks on more on that side. That way in minimizes the width of the bike but still protects the engine cases

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OK Stupid question #2, does anybody know what the torque setting should be? I dont even have a torque wrench. *sigh* -

I called my dealer - 37 foot lbs is the torque.

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OK Update to the install instructions.... Please chime in if you have a different opinion.

The instructions say to clamp and thread the left side locknut. It appears to be already done (and immovable).

Instructions say remove engine bolt. I dont see an existing bolt in this hole when I remove the covers unless its way down in there.

Says I need a 12mm socket. The left bolt is 17mm the right bolt is 16mm.

Since Im not seeing an existing bolt here, I somehow doubt that there is a torque setting required. Since the torque setting the dealer gave me was for the front engine mount.

Im going to "whatever" this and just put the thing on.

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Done. This is my entry in mod of the day club...

BTW I would throw out the directions. Need 16 mm socket (I used a deep one with an extension), 27/64s drill bit, no existing bolts in the hole, I wouldnt use a torque wrench since its only holding on the sliders.
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OK Update to the install instructions.... Please chime in if you have a different opinion.

The instructions say to clamp and thread the left side locknut. It appears to be already done (and immovable).

Instructions say remove engine bolt. I dont see an existing bolt in this hole when I remove the covers unless its way down in there.

Says I need a 12mm socket. The left bolt is 17mm the right bolt is 16mm.

Since Im not seeing an existing bolt here, I somehow doubt that there is a torque setting required. Since the torque setting the dealer gave me was for the front engine mount.

Im going to "whatever" this and just put the thing on.
I'm guessing the instructions haven't been updated from when they used the engine mounting bolt holes

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I'm guessing the instructions haven't been updated from when they used the engine mounting bolt holes
That would be correct. Mine showed up yesterday.

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Finally had some free time to install mine!
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Finally had some free time to install mine!
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Finally had some free time to install mine!
Cool, I'm looking forward to get mines.

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Received mine earlier this week. I"ll be installing mine soon. These instructions (
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Yup that's what I followed. And make sure you have that 27/64 bit. I thought I could get away using a 3/8th but it isn't close enough. So I had to run up to the store half way through and buy one
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Yup that's what I followed. And make sure you have that 27/64 bit. I thought I could get away using a 3/8th but it isn't close enough. So I had to run up to the store half way through and buy one
Thats pretty much how it went for me except one of the nuts had been locked onto the rod so I didnt mess with it. Maybe mototvation did it so you wouldnt have to fiddle with how far to screw it in and leave enough room for the other side. The trip to the store to get the 27/64s was a pain.

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