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Old 02-24-2011, 10:30 AM   #1
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Frame sliders question

Before you all tell me that google is my friend I have been searching for days.

I want the REALLY long frame sliders for a 1996 vfr.

I only see them for newer r6s and other sporty like that.

Can someone give me a website for this?

I'm talking like 6 inches long or longer.
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Old 02-24-2011, 10:42 AM   #2
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Make your own??

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Make them too long and they will have enough leverage to snap off the mounting point...
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I don't have fairings so that's fine. I would like the bolt on ones.
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Old 02-24-2011, 10:51 AM   #5
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Make them too long and they will have enough leverage to snap off the mounting point...
^ This. Frame sliders are exactly that; frame sliders. They're designed to protect your frame, maybe your engine cases and in the case of the VFR the side mounted radiators. Try to extend them and you'll create more damage than you'll prevent if you go down.
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My radiator is the the front of the frame. I'm positive of this because they were a pain in the rear end when I had to change my spark plugs.
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My radiator is the the front of the frame. I'm positive of this because they were a pain in the rear end when I had to change my spark plugs.


yes but it will still get tore up in case of a wreck. with a proper frame slider it will most probably protect it. as stated too long of one will cause more damage guaranteed. might be the look your wanting but it wont be the coast you want if you wreck it.
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cage or rails imo esp. for a streetfighter
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Before you all tell me that google is my friend I have been searching for days.

I want the REALLY long frame sliders for a 1996 vfr.

I only see them for newer r6s and other sporty like that.

Can someone give me a website for this?

I'm talking like 6 inches long or longer.
Check oppracing.com. They might have what you are looking for.
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cage or rails imo esp. for a streetfighter


+1 on the rails.... Only way to go IMO
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Patrick (Lokati) I like that idea. Tomorrow we start streetfightering the bike. We can get some ideas of things to do.

Thanks davie dave.
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Yes sir!
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we can stubby the exhaust also
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We need to find someone super good with photoshop too to help us get an idea of what to do.
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We need to find someone super good with photoshop too to help us get an idea of what to do.
True that. I'm not artistic at all!
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Can chopping? It sounds so ducati like right now haha.
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