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Old 12-06-2011, 09:42 PM   #1
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Question cbr 1000 crash cage

im looking for a good crash cage for my 06 cbr 1000 any good brands i should go with
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Old 12-06-2011, 09:51 PM   #2
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http://www.freestyleingenuity.com/site/index.php
http://racing905.com/home.php (i have a racing905 and i dont like it. Shin buster)
http://sickinnovations.com/

Theres more but those r a few ive seen in person and/or rode with
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awesome thank you, i had a no cut set but when i went down one snapped right off so i want something stronger
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Old 12-06-2011, 09:55 PM   #4
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I really like freestyle cages they hold up pretty well. The first time i dropped my R6 with the 905 cage my rearset broke and the slider on the cage split to metal where it slides in and bolts to the cage
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i was looking at those, guess i will second opinion those now thx for the info on those
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who needs crash cage
me my no cut ones suck
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who needs crash cage
The people that dont want to pay for a totalled bike instead of buying a 25 dollar slider replacement for a cage.

There is 2 types of riders. The ones that have fallen, and the ones that will fall.
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The people that dont want to pay for a totalled bike instead of buying a 25 dollar slider replacement for a cage.

There is 2 types of riders. The ones that have fallen, and the ones that will fall.
amen to that cheap sliders dont do anything to protect, a crash cage you have a better chance
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crash with a cage ride the bike home. Crash without a cage and hope u can jb weld your oil case stator cover rearsets etc.
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crash with a cage ride the bike home. Crash without a cage and hope u can jb weld your oil case stator cover rearsets etc.
i crashed with out and had to replace all my fairings lol clutch cover survived though
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U sir got very lucky haha. I wrecked my bike in a parking lot learning 12's with a cage on the bike, the bike basically fell directly on its side from standing straight up, WITH FULL FAIRINGS. All i had to replace was the extended slider on the crash cage. Not even scratches on the fairings. Oh and the swing arm spools that were $15 bucks

If ur going to stunt without a cage its going to be a short hobby unless u have endless money supply
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U sir got very lucky haha. I wrecked my bike in a parking lot learning 12's with a cage on the bike, the bike basically fell directly on its side from standing straight up, WITH FULL FAIRINGS. All i had to replace was the extended slider on the crash cage. Not even scratches on the fairings. Oh and the swing arm spools that were $15 bucks

If ur going to stunt without a cage its going to be a short hobby unless u have endless money supply
i was i posted my wreck video a few months back, i got very lucky, im not looking to stunt just protect my bike better
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i was i posted my wreck video a few months back, i got very lucky, im not looking to stunt just protect my bike better
Just watched that video and skimmed thru all the hate... jesus people r ruthless. IDC that u were on the street and u crashing on the street doesnt make u any less of a person and doesnt make me want u to get better any less... Hope ur alright from the wreck dude haters gonna hate. Atleast u learned something from it and no one else got hurt.
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The new sick innovation designs look pretty good, havent rode a bike with one yet tho how do they hold up?
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Just watched that video and skimmed thru all the hate... jesus people r ruthless. IDC that u were on the street and u crashing on the street doesnt make u any less of a person and doesnt make me want u to get better any less... Hope ur alright from the wreck dude haters gonna hate. Atleast u learned something from it and no one else got hurt.
Yeah im ok it took 3 months for my hip to heal though I had internal bruising anf a concussion, they can't hate all they want Idc cuz I don't have time for the haters
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So you are putting a full crash cage to ride on the street? Not needed.
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So you are putting a full crash cage to ride on the street? Not needed.
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Be aware many of the cages will reduce your ground clearance at full lean, and could hook the pavement and cause an accident.

Not to mention in a highway speed crash, can hook and flip the bike, causing more expensive damage than a set of plastics.

Money better spent on a track day me thinks.
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