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Old 10-30-2009, 12:28 PM   #21
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wow, thanks guys. Was exactly what I was asking for... I'm definitely going to get those if I can not find a better deal..

Oh, and the frame sliders brand.. I don't know, but it says "NINJA" on it, so I assume OEM? o.O
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:31 PM   #22
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Looks to be part # 35063

http://www.babbittsonline.com/pages/...d/default.aspx


nevermind.. ebay url on previous page.
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:33 PM   #23
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wow, thanks guys. Was exactly what I was asking for... I'm definitely going to get those if I can not find a better deal..

Oh, and the frame sliders brand.. I don't know, but it says "NINJA" on it, so I assume OEM? o.O
$70 for the entire thing will be hard to beat. Just take it apart, scuff and paint.. or leave it alone until you can afford to get it powder coated to match.
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:39 PM   #24
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Yeah, I think it'd probably be the best deal I will get, but If i find a salavaged bike, I will probably get an even better deal. I just hate the fact that shipping is almost 1/2 the price of the rearset! Damnit.
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:44 PM   #25
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call a dealer and you'll see that this is probably a much better deal regardless of what the shipping cost is
I know what you mean, those "stealerships" are just bloodthirsty to rip you off of anything..
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:47 PM   #26
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Okay, so this is what I am leaning towards for fairing repair..


Unless someone else has done fairing repair that wants to help me.. I do need a drillbit tool like the guy has in the vid though.. (I'll buy lunch!)

Thoughts on this product/method? Anyone can chime in on better products/method?
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:53 PM   #27
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here ya go, stay step for $75.

http://www.blueridgeperformance.net/brpcontrols.html

they also got you covered for whatever other 650 parts you may need. ninja650shop as well.

http://www.ninja650shop.com/

i recommend the R&G frame sliders, they're real sturdy and work great.
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Old 10-30-2009, 01:00 PM   #28
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here ya go, stay step for $75.

http://www.blueridgeperformance.net/brpcontrols.html

they also got you covered for whatever other 650 parts you may need. ninja650shop as well.

http://www.ninja650shop.com/

i recommend the R&G frame sliders, they're real sturdy and work great.
Thanks switch.
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Oh, and the frame sliders brand.. I don't know, but it says "NINJA" on it, so I assume OEM? o.O
Wow, glad you're okay. My Frame sliders also say Ninja. I had the dealer put them on before I bought my bike from them. So they likely are OEM.
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no problem man, always glad to help out. all i ask in exchange is you pledge your loyalty to the 650-Army
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hmm I had less damage going 35 mph when I laid a bike over that slid to a stop you sure about the speed? I really doubt you were going 10 and with so little riding experience Im sure it felt slow but you were most likely going 30 at least.

glad to hear you are ok at least.
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suck dude, glad your ok

note to self, don't buy OEM Kawi sliders
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Old 10-30-2009, 01:59 PM   #33
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hmm I had less damage going 35 mph when I laid a bike over that slid to a stop you sure about the speed? I really doubt you were going 10 and with so little riding experience Im sure it felt slow but you were most likely going 30 at least.

glad to hear you are ok at least.
I KNOW i was going 10mph, because 5 secs prior to the lowside, I made sure i was going 10mph. I still can't believe the damage also..
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Old 10-30-2009, 02:07 PM   #34
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lol Last i remember, there aren't any schools under a freeway. But I'm so sure I was going 10mph. Thinking about it is just KILLING me... Because before I went that way I was about stop to get something to eat and then take a different way to school.. but then I told myself that I could starve so I would make it to school on time and safely (not speed and weave). it i shouldve stopped to eat.
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Eh, it looks like a lot of damage, but it can happen at that speed if it hits the right way. My rearset cracked and broke off from being dropped in the parking lot - NOT MOVING. If it hit just right when it went down it could have easily snapped the foot stay or the slider on initial impact. From there it's just straight sliding on the fairings.
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this sounds crazy

i really didnt think you can "low side" at 10mph, at that speed the bike doesnt "lean".....I make U-turns faster than that hmmm :/ also how does the bike "not" turn? did you lock your wheels somehow?

the damage is done, and is amazing how much rash and breakage you got at "10 mph"

my .02...since you might purchase replacements on ebay, steer away from ebay frame sliders, they will fall off on impact
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, i roll through that intersection daily. only 3 min from my house. only 10 mph? u sure? the one time i lowsided around a turn, my pass pegs saved my right side fairings and exhaust.
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i really didnt think you can "low side" at 10mph, at that speed the bike doesnt "lean".....I make U-turns faster than that hmmm :/ also how does the bike "not" turn? did you lock your wheels somehow?

the damage is done, and is amazing how much rash and breakage you got at "10 mph"

my .02...since you might purchase replacements on ebay, steer away from ebay frame sliders, they will fall off on impact
Yeah, I know.. It might have been 12 MPH MAX, because the car behind me got out to help me out.. and he kept asking me if I was okay, I told him "yeah, and that I was more worried about the bike." He replies, "It can't be that bad, I was going 15 and had to slow down behind you, so you must have been going even slower." He then proceeded to his car and got me a cloth to wipe off the mud that was on the bike. His first words was " man, that looks pretty bad." He then told me that my rear tire went from behind me pretty fast, making me as of almost "slamming" the bike down to a lowside.

.. it hurts everytime I look at it.

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Yes I have, took it with SBISD almost two months ago. That's where I learned to straighten and then come to a stop.. or else I'd probably do the noobish thing and GRAB the brakes and make the lowside into a highside at 10-12MPH. Lol..

They're making it mandatory now to take MSF in order to ride.. which is good.
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