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Condition: 100% Brand New, high quality
Material: CNC Aluminum
Quantity: one piece
Easy to install,
Its stylish design is perfect to decorate your motorbike.
For Kawasaki Z1000SX 2011-2013
Motorcycle Frame Slider
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Condition: 100% Brand New Frame Crash Slider
Material: Machined from High Quality 6061-T6 Aluminum
Place of installation: Left amp; Right side
Quick bullet points about sliders:
First of all, please do not use our products to compare the same products Frame Sliders . Our starting point is to use high-quality materials to make products and protect the safety of riders.
You do not want a slider to stick out too far or it will help flip your bike in a crash by snagging on the ground, curb or anything else.
When f1 cars hit the side of a track they explode as they don't want the drive to absorb the energy. Frame sliders are the same way. You want them to stay attached but get beat up and take the energy.
If the bolt on a frame slider bends that's a good thing as the only other option is to put the energy on the frame or mounting point. Better the bolt bends. Also if it didn't bend it might have flip the bike by snagging something. A mangled frame slider, but still on the bike, did it's job.