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Old 08-13-2007, 09:33 AM   #1
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hey guys I know they make sliders for my bike which require cutting the fairing...but Ive heard different things about a certain make that comes with brackets that relocate the sliders so that you dont have to cut? anyone know the maker if they exist???

I know they make them for 07 model
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Old 08-13-2007, 09:35 AM   #2
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Dont think they make em for our bikes...but if you find em, let me know
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No-cut sliders suck...

They bend your frame and can cause a load of damage...

Just cut the body. You will thank me in the long run.
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I'm not familiar with no cuts for the 600rr, they'd have to be really long brackets in order to work. Not the best idea IMO.

FWIW, I've used shogun sliders on the bike with really good results.
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No-cut sliders suck...

They bend your frame and can cause a load of damage...

Just cut the body. You will thank me in the long run.


I have the Shogun sliders. Patrick had them in stock.

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Old 08-13-2007, 10:03 AM   #6
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shogun were tested in my bike and they were good!!
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like they said, no cuts are junk, the braket is not stong enough.


Frame sliders are just that, frame sliders so dont expect them to save your body work.
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No-cut slider damage...

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The no cuts suck, enough said, but Shogun in general makes a very good product. There is not a no cut slider for the 600rr that works good.

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The no cuts suck, enough said, but Shogun in general makes a very good product. There is not a no cut slider for the 600rr that works good.

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Agreed, I have standard Shogun sliders... Saved my pocket book one time already!

Nothing against Shogun, but I posted that to show the damage from a drop in the driveway, just to emphasize the damage that would be done at a higher speed.
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Old 08-13-2007, 01:38 PM   #11
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they do make no cuts for the 600RR. but no cuts suck . its not that hard to cut the fairing really. just gotta have patience and be very careful. measure twice cut once.
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ok Ill take your word for it fellas...that being said...I havent seen them installed on a bike like mine...would anyone have a decent close up pic and one of the bike from a few ft away? I have a circ. saw ive seen a pretty good way to do it with the laser. But Patrick how much would you charge me for sliders and install?
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ok Ill take your word for it fellas...that being said...I havent seen them installed on a bike like mine...would anyone have a decent close up pic and one of the bike from a few ft away? I have a circ. saw ive seen a pretty good way to do it with the laser. But Patrick how much would you charge me for sliders and install?
If you do';t want to do it yourself then good call on getting Motorcycles Unlimited to do it. If you want to do it yourself you can use a rotary tool (dremel). I did mine and it came out very well.
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just order some of the Freestyle Ingenuity extended sliders from Motorcycles Unlimited they have replaceable relrin tips and will give you the protection close to that of a stunt cage
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