I dunno - they don't look like they stick out far enough to do a whole lotta good. Sure, they'll save something, but the turn signals will be obliterated. Recently some moron knocked me over on my CBR, and these big plastic monstrosities kept it 100% protected. (Well, not the stator and cover unfortunately.)
I was also able to fashion an "Akropovic protector" from my old "carbon look" LP slider which I thought was really unique and nice.
Very nice 929! I'm a fan of the Honda classic's; 954's, RC51's, 929's,....those are bike's in my area that still turn heads.
Yep,...the price of those frame sliders were stupid expensive and I couldn't see a sensible man like myself paying that much for them. I purchased some motovation sliders.
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AC-Schnitzer Frame Sliders tested on a 60MPH Lowside. No frame damage. Lower front fairing has small scratch. Ordered replacement puck which was 40$ from ac-schnitzer in Aachen, Germany.. Shipping not included. Also ordered some yoshi case savers in case it happens again.