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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-02-2015, 04:24 AM Thread Starter
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R&G crash protectors fitted to 2012 1090rr

Hi has anyone out there fitted these frame protectors to their 1090rr. So much confusing info out there; frame twisting, difficulty fitting, cracking heads etc. any advice welcome.

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Hi has anyone out there fitted these frame protectors to their 1090rr. So much confusing info out there; frame twisting, difficulty fitting, cracking heads etc. any advice welcome.

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Frame twisting, wth, I can imagine that comment coming from a Jap bike rider.
Phil, there are other options than R&G if you don't trust them, stick to comments related to models with the same frame and mounting points as you bike.

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Thanks Donsy and I agree but my issue is that apart from R&G I am having difficulty finding a supplier who makes these. Plenty of engine case protectors for the Brutale but no frame sliders!

Any suggestions

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Thanks Donsy and I agree but my issue is that apart from R&G I am having difficulty finding a supplier who makes these. Plenty of engine case protectors for the Brutale but no frame sliders!

Any suggestions

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I found these in a quick look at the forum sponsors site's only -
http://www.designcorse.co.uk/mv-agus...sliders-detail
These look really nice - http://www.designcorse.co.uk/mv-agus...sliders-detail
http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta.../def0502b.html
http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta...da/mb7101.html
http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta.../stemv101.html

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I've got them on my bike. Hasn't been down though.

Very slight issue with fitting, they rub against the frame bolt holes a tiny bit. I shaved mine down a tiny bit where they were touching, put loctite on them and now no problem.

Both my axle sliders fell out though. Within 30m of eachother
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The Tamburini are beautiful but I didn't fit them to my bike as the Y10+ frame doesn't have the frame tube running rearwards from that engine mount like the pre 10's and I thought that would leave the rear spike of the slider exposed. Granted you'd be very unlucky to get caught up with it in an accident but it would cause some damage if you did. I ended up fitting MV's own version it's also a low profile type they are available for forum sponsor Startwin . It's worth fitting something I know from experience the bike will touch down at that point in an off.

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LSL frame sliders. Good design, range of colours.

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Might be a touch late but tamburini make some slider.. Have a look at moto corse /design corse

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My preference has been Sato...and I can vouch for the engine sliders, they saved my 750 from the graveyard

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