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Value of sliders!

Post by Chris on Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:46 pm

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Re: Value of sliders!

Post by Desmo Outlaw on Mon Oct 29, 2012 11:43 pm

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Whoa..I just finished reading this right before I got on here..lol
A bit tacky to look at though, and I would never cut up my fairings. Also note how the gentleman who tracks his bike broke his frame because of these as well. Fairings are a lot cheaper to repair or replace when compared to the frame.
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Post by Chris on Tue Oct 30, 2012 11:48 am

I dont know if I'd cut the fairing either. Did you notice it's the same bike as yours? lol. They're good for low speed tip overs and that's about it. ANYTHING that touches pavement on a motorcycle is expensive! I've been through "that" a few times.

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Post by Desmo Outlaw on Tue Oct 30, 2012 1:05 pm

I think the companies that sell sliders are selling the consumer a SENSE of security. Ha ha yes I did, but it's the 750 and has some tacky parts lol. I agree, they're great for new riders who are worried about dropping their bike in the driveway or a low speed turn. No arguing that! Especially with these type of bikes. The words inexpensive, cheap and affordable cannot be used in conjunction with Ducati lol. ”Just need an o-ring? No problem. They are $20 each, you need two and they're on backorder from Italy.”
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