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Old 10-11-2006, 10:16 AM   #1
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2003 cbr 600 rr . i want some blue sliders , but i was told that some are . so i saw some carbonfiber wrapped ones that have interchangeable tips & i kinda like those . suggestions ?
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that's the manufacturer ?
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thats the material. don't get the C/F wrapped one.......poser junk.

your best bet is prolly www.cbr600rr.com isn't that the 600RR site?
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Shogun or 3 Eleven Racing makes some nice sliders for the 600RR. I have tested a few of their products and they work well.
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allright thanks . i saw the ones made of delrin i think .
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Ebay is you best bet for sliders. Although, you may want to contact Motorcycles-Unlimited if you are not going to be able to put them on yourself.
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