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Old 03-22-2006, 05:12 PM   #1
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Hey I was thinking about getting some sliders for the bike but I keep on hearing bad things about them like bending your frame and etc.. I Laid down my bike once with out them and it sucked, but what is ya'lls opinion about them. Do it or not
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! I thought we where talking about Slider clutches.... back to my corner I go.
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! I thought we where talking about Slider clutches.... back to my corner I go.
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Hey I was thinking about getting some sliders for the bike but I keep on hearing bad things about them like bending your frame and etc.. I Laid down my bike once with out them and it sucked, but what is ya'lls opinion about them. Do it or not
if you buy the metal frame sliders then it may bend your frame. buy the plastic or derlin sliders. those grind down when you slide rather than the chiny chrome ones that snap off or dent the mounting area.

thats the first thing i bought for my bike and something i gave to my friend for his first bike the same week he bough it.
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These are the sliders that I had on the F2, and are now gonna have put on the RR. They worked well for me in the past. They are called Euro frame sliders.
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well i bought some metal frame sliders and they stright riped off my engine mount i stay stuck with the hard plastic ones dont get them dont get the extended frame slider all the do is snap off i like to reg sizer hard plastice ones they work much better
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well i bought some metal frame sliders and they stright riped off my engine mount i stay stuck with the hard plastic ones dont get them dont get the extended frame slider all the do is snap off i like to reg sizer hard plastice ones they work much better
wow, after a 12 pack typing gets kinda hard...lol
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what is a slider clutch? educate us please
Slider Clutches are normally used in drag racing applications. Same basic concept as a stall in a car. As the rear wheel speed comes up the more pressure is applied to the clutches. This allows for less wheel spin off the line and more presure at higher RPM's for Turbos and NOS applications. :notworthy

"A multi-disc clutch designed to slip until a predetermined rpm is reached; decreases shock load to the drive wheels."

http://www.mtceng.com/clutches_slider.htm

http://www.titanspeed.com/content/cl...echtalk03.html

http://gszone.biz/clutches.html
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