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post #166 of 178 (permalink) Old 07-27-2007, 07:01 PM
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It's only one nut holding the slider on, i will remove the slider and fairing when i change the oil...
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I think you will find that when you take the fairing off it's a good time to clean every thing up.
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like your avatar but close enough so we can see the bike and the sliders
Hopefully this is what you wanted...
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So you think you're ready to ride? So if i ran up to you with a belt sander would you feel safe????
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These are POS!
I wish I would have known then what I know now....

http://store.58cycle.com/product_p/c...6r%2098-02.htm






In the "Description"
"Not only do these sliders add to the look of your bike, they also protect your bike and keep repair bills down."

RRRIIIGHT!
These will NOT hold up for crap if my bike goes down.
When I opened the package I knew I got ripped off.

This thread has been a big help.
Like I said:
"I wish I would have known then what I know now...."
I would have MUCH better now.

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It's only one nut holding the slider on, i will remove the slider and fairing when i change the oil...
Well I'm not touching my fairing haha... I just did it today and it was extremely easy without removing the fairing & sliders... just use about 10"x10" of aluminum foil and shape it a bit so it drains into the pan you have to catch the oil... no point in removing the fairing imo

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Well I'm not touching my fairing haha... I just did it today and it was extremely easy without removing the fairing & sliders... just use about 10"x10" of aluminum foil and shape it a bit so it drains into the pan you have to catch the oil... no point in removing the fairing imo
To each their own.. i have no problem removing 6 screws/bolts to make sure i'm keeping the bike clean... i'm SUPER anal about that stuff though...

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To each their own.. i have no problem removing 6 screws/bolts to make sure i'm keeping the bike clean... i'm SUPER anal about that stuff though...
Trust me when I say this, I'm as or even more anal than you are... there is absolutely no way you can dirty or ruin the bike in any way by keeping the plastics on... I had the bike on the side stand, and turned the wheel to the right (opposite of where it should be when it's on the side stand)... this allows you to easily place the aluminum foil under the filter and reach the filter... the little oil that did drain out once the filter was removed simply fell right onto the foil and found it's way to the oil pan underneath... You are right though, to each his own, but like I said, it's much easier, and coming from an equally anal person, you will not get anything dirty... try both ways and see what you like better I guess... nonetheless, change the oil when you should haha

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These are POS!
I wish I would have known then what I know now....

http://store.58cycle.com/product_p/c...6r%2098-02.htm






In the "Description"
"Not only do these sliders add to the look of your bike, they also protect your bike and keep repair bills down."

RRRIIIGHT!
These will NOT hold up for crap if my bike goes down.
When I opened the package I knew I got ripped off.

This thread has been a big help.
Like I said:
"I wish I would have known then what I know now...."
I would have MUCH better now.
I say just go for the R&G ones anyway... no point in saying "since I already got these, I'll stick with them"... all I've heard about those is they break off as soon as there's impact with the ground and don't protect well at all... this is a simple 0mph drop... I don't even need to mention what kind of protection you'll get if you wipe out haha...

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I say just go for the R&G ones anyway... no point in saying "since I already got these, I'll stick with them"... all I've heard about those is they break off as soon as there's impact with the ground and don't protect well at all... this is a simple 0mph drop... I don't even need to mention what kind of protection you'll get if you wipe out haha...
this is 110% true my snapped as soon as they saw the ground and didnt do a thing to save anything i would go with R&G but i jsut spent 1400 bucks on new fairings and i dont plan on drilling them anytime soon
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this is 110% true my snapped as soon as they saw the ground and didnt do a thing to save anything i would go with R&G but i jsut spent 1400 bucks on new fairings and i dont plan on drilling them anytime soon
I assume you also don't plan on ruining them soon either, but sh*t happens... if you want, I can take more pictures of mine, but the ones I took show how clean the fairings look and how the slider covers the hole completely... just get the damn sliders

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No, no, no!
I am not saying that at all.

These WILL be replaced ASAP.
Its looking so far like it will be with some R&Gs.
That is why this thread has been a big help.

I dont think I could bring myself to selling/pawning
these off on someone else. lol

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I had the polished aluminum frame slider on my bike when it went down... from what I can tell, it took a pretty hard hit. Broke the right side clip-on mount and the right side peg mount. Destroyed the front fairing because it slid on the top. But the right side fairing only suffered a small amount of road grind. It was enough to take off about 3/8" of plastic, though. It also took off about an inch of the slider. I'll have to find it and take a picture of it if I still have it.
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Even though this is more so an old thread now it has an amazing amount on information. Decided to go with the R&G sliders and the part number is CP0021 (for confirmation). Also want to get some fork protectors and swing arm spools from them but I cant find ones that fit the 00-02 model.

I've tried Home Page but their site is currently down/under maintenance. Does anyone know the part number for the forks and swingarms?
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Even though this is more so an old thread now it has an amazing amount on information. Decided to go with the R&G sliders and the part number is CP0021 (for confirmation). Also want to get some fork protectors and swing arm spools from them but I cant find ones that fit the 00-02 model.

I've tried Home Page but their site is currently down/under maintenance. Does anyone know the part number for the forks and swingarms?
Did you try rg-racing.com. Also you can call EMA. Just because there site is down doesn't mean they aren't still I'm business.

R&G is a good choice. I have R&G fork sliders, frame sliders, swing arm spools and toe guard on the lower part of my swing arm.

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