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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 07-20-2012, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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Alternate No Cut Slider for '12

I have on order a set of Gilles no cut/no drill frame sliders for my '12. After seeing the R&G no mod sliders in person I couldn't get over the look. Found these Gilles ones and thought I would let anyone else with a 2012 know what was out there in addition to the other no cut no drills.

Bought them from Shift-Tech.com.

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I have the R&G sliders because nothing else was available when I bought my bike. I like yours better, but I think I'm going to eventually switch to the Sato Racing no-cut sliders for my '12.

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Thanks for sharing, was holding out on frame sliders until I saw this.
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I found these from Slingshot Racing and am going to purchase them. The only other choice for me was MotovationUSA. Roland has some of the best stuff.

But in the end, I went with something that wasn't advertising for free.
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I found these from Slingshot Racing and am going to purchase them. The only other choice for me was MotovationUSA. Roland has some of the best stuff.

But in the end, I went with something that wasn't advertising for free.
Where did you see these? I havent been able to find them for a 2012?

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Both of the pics are showing 2010-11 bikes. They should at least show a 2012 bike with the sliders on if they are "no cut" sliders.

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Both of the pics are showing 2010-11 bikes. They should at least show a 2012 bike with the sliders on if they are "no cut" sliders.
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I will post pictures when I get them installed. Should have them in hand Wednesday.

I am not affiliated with Shift-tech. I found them by searching this site for Gilles for the guy bitchin about free adverts. (WTF is with people these days).

And for those that are not familiar with Gilles tooling, their stuff is top notch. They make all the HP rearsets and levers for BMW.
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Those Satos posted are pretty sweet too.
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I too am in the market for some sliders for my '12. I was looking into the ac schnitzer ones but I believe they require cuting for the 2012's. The sato's will probably be my choice even though none of them are really "catching" my eye. Thanks for this, those don't look too bad.
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