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Old 07-24-2007, 11:00 AM   #1
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Motivation frame sliders

I put on some no-cut frame sliders from motivation last night and while I was impressed with what looked to be quality brackets I was a bit unhappy that the fairing on each side still hit the brackets. While tightening down the aft most screw this caused the fairing to bow out as it interferred with the slider bracket.

I am curious if anyone else has these on their 1000rr and if they have the same problem and what you did or didn't do to fix the problem?
It's minor, but enough for me to want to look into a spacer of sorts for the fairing possibly. Maybe just reverse engineer the brackets and start selling some that don't create this problem by adjusting the offsets and design to clear 100% of the bike to include them being non-cut, plus non-rubbing frame sliders....

It also looked like one of the bolts had a slight bend to it going into the left side motor mount. Guess I'll follow up with them to get it replaced.


Anyways, any users of these sliders on a 1000rr on this site?
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Old 07-24-2007, 12:43 PM   #2
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Old 07-24-2007, 01:31 PM   #3
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...and just what the f_ck makes you want to chime in all of a sudden? I show up to put you in your place last night only to see no sign of blue91. Instead, I came across someone else who my goal will now be to make my b_tch each and every time I am able to make it in to train and we aren't restricted to situational sparring.

Of course that may be 6 more months.

So, how 'bout them frame sliders?
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