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Dunno if anyone has seen this stuff.

An undertray might look nice. :santa:

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post #2 of 6 Old 10-11-2006, 10:00 AM
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I'm not a big fan of Powerbronze but Ermax, Pyramid and Skidmarx are good products

post #3 of 6 Old 10-11-2006, 05:15 PM
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I had posted the link in another thread but its been a month or 2 back. they have better prices than wildhair. I was thinking of getting a solocowl.

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Hey triple "S" Have you seen the factory accessory's for the (UK) 07,/Hornet 900.
They have an Engine Guard (bobbin/frame slider) that is like the L.O.S./Motovation pieces.
It is a Frame mount style with durable nylon bodies on aluminum shafts with shock-absorbing rubber liners. It says it protects the engine cases, fuel tank and other externals from damage in the event of a fall.
Part # 08P53 MCZ 800A.
I wonder how it relates to warranty claim possibilities.?
Interesting, I love my LOS pieces, wouldn't trade em for anything.
http://www.honda.co.uk/mcstatic/en/product/accessoriesPDF/2006Range/CB900F%20Hornet.pdf

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I'm not a big frame slider guy. In most of the cases I've seen they are the first things to snap off. Instead I'd rather get some sacrificial bar end mirrors.

I haven't dropped or crashed a bike yet (knock on wood)

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I'm not a big frame slider guy. In most of the cases I've seen they are the first things to snap off. Instead I'd rather get some sacrificial bar end mirrors.

I haven't dropped or crashed a bike yet (knock on wood)
you must not have seen good sliders. oem ones i have seenseem to always snap or shater. I have used shogun sliders with good success. but of course I really dont want to test very offten

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