Frame Sliders - No cut or drill 2014 RR-E

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  1. LRJimmy

    LRJimmy New Member

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    Hi Folks,
    I'm looking for a set of decent frame sliders to suit my 2014 model. They must be the non drill / no cut type.
    Thanks
     
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  3. LRJimmy

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    Thanks Mr Spygoat but jeez!!!
    Them y'all in Texas are wanting either 65 or 114 bucks for posting across the pond to good old Blighty? I thought DHL were dear but they use UPS who are obviously not aware that we use planes nowadays instead of ocean going freighters, lol. At 210 USD its not too bad but sure as shit they will end up stuck in Stanstead waiting for the 18% (or whatever it is now) import duty.
    The sliders look good and that material is quality stuff but I will keep looking mate. Thanks for your time there thou mate :)
    I'm not really tight....;)
     
  4. Stuish

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    I use these and they are solid.
    https://www.rg-racing.com/browsetype/Crash_Protectors/Honda/CBR1000RR_Fireblade/CP0305/#
    Expensive but I think worth it
     
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  5. LRJimmy

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    Thanks Stuish,
    Did I mention I'm not really tight...;) that might have been an exaggeration hahaha. To be honest, I've heard and read a few mixed reviews on the R&G stuff not being as good as it once was??

    I've seen some on the Powerbronze website at £125 but looking at their history of quality products and the fact that theirs have no link bar between each bracket they are not a contender...even though they do have orange ones which look like they would match my fairing well.
    I've also found some on another site BikeHPS for £143 and although they look stronger I just don't like the shape.

    Hopefully there may be a few more of the resident experts chipping in and I can make a better decision? :)
    Cheers
     
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    If you'd like, ship them to me and I'll send them across the pond. Always a standing offer on my part to my brethren back home!
     
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  7. LRJimmy

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    Thanks Pal, thats really appreciated.
    I'm hoping some of the folks here may have a set laying around if they upgraded to a newer model / different bike, and they might be available at a better price but I will certainly keep you in mind. Must say that's very helpful of you for a stranger and makes me think there might be some good left in the world after all :D It still makes me grin being back on the bike after a few years away, and every other bike acknowledges you in the passing - it's proper class that :cool:
     
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    I've had members send me products and I've sent members products and almost every exchange has gone perfect..except that one, where I sent something to a member in good faith and then got screwed on the payment. However, that isn't the norm!
     
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