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Old 03-10-2008, 07:01 PM   #1
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is it legal on street?
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Yes. very street legal.
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Yes. very street legal.
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those things are really well thought out and pretty much required for stuntin.
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not bad hey pester or whoever cn answer this, why would this be illegal on street?
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looks good, but can you leave the cage on at the track?
Sure, it ties into the swing arm bolt and doesn't really stick out much. But, if it goes down at speed, they tend to grab and toss the bike.
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looks good, but can you leave the cage on at the track?
Not a good idea. But the sliders you can leave on for track days and just take off the "hoop" or "loop"(piece that goes around the engine) this is what will hit the ground while you are taking those corners on the track at high speeds.

And they make sliders only also. Make sure and ask about the mounting area for the sliders if you are going to use them on the track. for most bikes they are VERY good. for the 06 07 GSXR 600/750, they arent the best thing for the track.
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not bad hey pester or whoever cn answer this, why would this be illegal on street?
i asked the question because it might be taken as stunt device

ya know the poo poo but wasnt sure thats why i asked

and also if sticks out too much that can be illegal
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not bad hey pester or whoever cn answer this, why would this be illegal on street?
not sure, this is kinda like putting a ranchhand bumper on your truck, or a roll cage in your race car.

With as much as our bikes go through, I think it is very important to have the best level of protection for them. Those Steel frame sliders alone will go a long way in protecting your bike. The full cage has the extra protection for those of us that know we will be dropping our bike, or the guys that use their bike for daily transportation and need maximum protection for the "just in case" scenarios in traffic.
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thats what i thought you could do it but not a good idea, so I guess it just depends on the org you ride with if they will pass it though tech
yup. for a nood day, they might say ok.

i have the cage on my stunt bike, and Sat night i will be taking it off and just leaving the sliders for the track day on sunday. same thing for the track day on the 23rd.
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