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post #1 of 23 Old 12-26-2013, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD*** PC III and Givi Crash Bars

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I have sold my 919, so here I have for sale is a PC-III and Givi Crash Bars for sale. Both are new and never used.
PS: I am not sure if the crash bars have all the required hardware with it, but I will include what all I have. See pictures for more details.
Crash bars: 140 + shipping

PC 3: 225 + shipping
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post #2 of 23 Old 12-26-2013, 08:24 PM
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I purchased a set of givi crash bars without hardware. I had to go to home depot to pick up some pieces that would work... so, even if there is some missing, all the pieces were cheap to replace and not too difficult to do.

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Do these crash bars connect to the motor tabs?

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Do these crash bars connect to the motor tabs?
Motortab and frame. Then it connects to itself just below the oil filter. Then it uses another bolt that holds the y-pipe of the exhaust.

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Ok thanks Clorox.

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Givi crash bars mount solid and look great, but they scrape on hard lean.
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Givi crash bars mount solid and look great, but they scrape on hard lean.
Fix your body positioning. And if you're leaning that far/using that much body positioning, you're going too fast for the street.

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Fix your body positioning. And if you're leaning that far/using that much body positioning, you're going too fast for the street.
I wouldn't say that. You can get a bike leaned over pretty good at 30 m/hr.

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I wouldn't say that. You can get a bike leaned over pretty good at 30 m/hr.
You do that too many times and you will rash up your windscreen and have to sell it to a second chance store.

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I wouldn't say that. You can get a bike leaned over pretty good at 30 m/hr.
In most situations on the street, that would be too fast. For example, blind corners, traffic, road debris, road conditions, etc etc etc. Speaking from a safety perspective in the sense that one needs to make sure they have sufficient resources available to respond to a given unexpected event. If said resources are being used near the limits then not much of any will be left when needed for a corrective input.

So yes, I will say that, and preach it.

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Fix your body positioning. And if you're leaning that far/using that much body positioning, you're going too fast for the street.
This is just from reports I've read. I've never installed on my bike because my belly pan was already scrapeing hard enough to take weight off of the front wheel to wash it out. The givi's stick out further than the belly pan from the looks of it.

About going too fast for the street, I'm a hooligan, and after I purchase a sumo I will graduate to full asshole. I've tried attending hooligans anonymous meetings as well as assholes anonymous, but nothing seems to scratch the itch.
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I will also scrape the givi bars in hard leans on the track unless I fix my body positioning. When I was finally able to work out how far off the bike to get, I could go faster through a corner with less lean and not scrape the givi bars.

Work on that body positioning!

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I will also scrape the givi bars in hard leans on the track unless I fix my body positioning. When I was finally able to work out how far off the bike to get, I could go faster through a corner with less lean and not scrape the givi bars.

Work on that body positioning!
Sorry for the confusion. Forgot to mention I have gsxr forks. The forks are more than 20mm shorter than stock. It scraped in the first run because the suspension guy set the front to match the stock rear (which was blown out ). Wasn't scraping the sides, I was scraping underneath. It was because of my body positioning that I was able to keep the bike straight up when I lost the front wheel's traction.

All of this is going to be fixed because I ordered fork cap extenders! should be here this week
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Forgot to mention I have gsxr forks. The forks are more than 20mm shorter than stock.
Ouch! That would do it then

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i think the original thread is lost here





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i think the original thread is lost here
Nonsense
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Sold !!

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Both items sold to the same member.

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