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post #1 of 9 Old 09-27-2006, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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Motovation Frame Sliders Version II for the 919

Hot off the press! The new improved Version II frame mounted sliders are now availible from Motovation.

These sliders are completely new in design, not just a rework of the old ones. The feature that I particularly like is the machined aluminum inserts that fit snuggly into your frame for maximum strength and impact force distribution. The existing frame holes will need to be enlarged to accept the 10 mm threaded rod.

A special offer to anyone with the old style Motovation sliders.

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We have had to redo the sliders and the aluminum bushings to accept the new 10 mm diameter rod and the locknuts. Because of that, we are unable to offer a upgrade kit for our customers that would like to upgrade to this new design.
We can however offer existing customers of ours that have purchased any of our old kits that wish to purchase this new kit a 15% discount. This discount applies only if they have purchased them from us directly. If they purchased them from a dealer, they would have to provide us with the contact information of that dealer.


To order with this discount please have your members indicate in the comments field after placing the order on our website and we will make the adjustment before processing the order.

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Ordered...... Thank you

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Great news!

Thaks for following up on this Mike. This will make for a great solution for us folks in the U.S. Not that the LOS sliders are not awesome also. Just easier to get these.

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Looks like they took the lead from LOS, which makes an outstanding product as well. It's nice to see a company make their product better for the benefit of their customers, rather than saying their product is good enough and not be willing to change it. Kudos to Motovation!

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Thanks for the follow-up Mike. Ordered.

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Roland at Motovation is a class act. This man goes above and beyond to make a top notch product. Alot of MFG's of aftermarket parts could learn a thing or two about doing business from the crew at Motovation. Thumbs-Up!

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Now, someone crash their bike with these so I'll know how they hold up. I really don't want to brake my frame.

If they are good I'll get some.

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Roland at Motovation is a class act. This man goes above and beyond to make a top notch product. Alot of MFG's of aftermarket parts could learn a thing or two about doing business from the crew at Motovation. Thumbs-Up!
Agree... I called Roland out of the blue, introduced myself and told him that if he wanted to sell sliders to the 919 community the most desirable mounting position would be the frame using a 10 mm threaded bolt. Sliders using the engine mounting position was not going to sell. Long story short, we know have quality American made frame sliders for the 919.

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Got shipment confirmation already this morning. I'll post some pics as soon as they are installed unless someone else gets to it first.

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