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F3 Engine Protection

Hi All,

As stated, looking for options and recommendations for engine protection for 2012 F3 675.

Hoping for something aesthetically pleasing that doesn't completely cover the F3 logo.

Lets hear your thoughts

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What exactly do you mean by engine protection? Frame sliders? Alternator/clutch covers?

I'm using GB racing covers on mine. Reasonable price and they look nice.
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The Moto Corse protect without covering the logo's. Well made stuff.

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What exactly do you mean by engine protection? Frame sliders? Alternator/clutch covers?

I'm using GB racing covers on mine. Reasonable price and they look nice.
Engine protection as in GB Racing Cover, however just not GB Racing covers are I don't personally like the look if them

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I used the F3 engine covers on my Dragster - http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...37901&page=392 - they cover the logos but I'd rather they bolt to multiple points on the casing than just a couple.
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I used the F3 engine covers on my Dragster - http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...37901&page=392 - they cover the logos but I'd rather they bolt to multiple points on the casing than just a couple.
That was my thinking also, 4 points instead of 2. But everyone likes something different.

The Moto Corse ones that Ducati23 recommended look very nice.
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