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EvoTech Frame sliders installed

This is some pretty smooth sliders. And at a price of 33 is this a cheap security.

I will not say that frame sliders are pretty, but after I started running trackdays, this can save
me some money if an accident should happen. And these were extremely easy to install.

Bought from DesignCorse
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Not bad for that price
But there are pretty framesliders , like on mine

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I need to get a set of these on my bike. What are the "best" frame sliders? I've seen the long tubular type fly off and watched my friends bike get chewed up when she low sided. I've heard the LSL's take the impact while disintegrating...like a mini-crumple zone. I can't ride that beast wrapped in bubble wrap.
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I need to get a set of these on my bike. What are the "best" frame sliders? I've seen the long tubular type fly off and watched my friends bike get chewed up when she low sided. I've heard the LSL's take the impact while disintegrating...like a mini-crumple zone. I can't ride that beast wrapped in bubble wrap.
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Here are some options. I see that evelutionbike.it the MV Corse protectors that Greny has. They look good.

http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Mv_Agus...Engine_Sliders
http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta...efore2010.html

Will you post a picture that shows how much they build out Greny. How will they take the impact.

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I have both the MV ones and R&G protectors.

I got the R&G protectors as there is no way that the MV ones will protect anything on the bike other than the frame in any low side. Have a set to sell if anyone is interested though?

No question that the MV ones look better and I suppose you want to protect the frame as that is a pain to replace and the other stuff likely to be damaged are the pretty bits which is what you pay insurance for, unless of course you are on track, then use something like the R&G ones and hope any incident is not too big!

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