Race bars and cover protectors!

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Re: Race bars and cover protectors!

Postby sweekster » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:22 pm

95FZR600 wrote:Cant tell from the side pic, does it stick out past the foot peg?


Here's Freeze's bike with the rails fitted. Looks like it's just a bit wider than the peg with the slider installed.

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Re: Race bars and cover protectors!

Postby Genesis » Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:58 am

scarlett wrote:
zero9243 wrote:
Genesis wrote:any updates on these? I still want some.


He's getting his shop up and running still. Lots of crap to be done so lots of projects have been put on hold which sucks. :-(



Projects.....like replacing headliners?

any updates TK?
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Re: Race bars and cover protectors!

Postby thatkid » Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:11 am

Genesis wrote:any updates TK?



Sadly, there is an update. I'm not sure I can get it to work with fairings. The right side is no issue. The left side however is a royal pain with how the fairing sticks out. The bend would have to be crazy sharp to work and my bender doesn't do that sharp.

I'm not giving up but it's not looking like I can do it cleanly with fairings. I will update as progress updates.
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Re: Race bars and cover protectors!

Postby Freestyle72 » Fri Mar 26, 2010 11:54 am

thatkid wrote:
Genesis wrote:any updates TK?



Sadly, there is an update. I'm not sure I can get it to work with fairings. The right side is no issue. The left side however is a royal pain with how the fairing sticks out. The bend would have to be crazy sharp to work and my bender doesn't do that sharp.

I'm not giving up but it's not looking like I can do it cleanly with fairings. I will update as progress updates.


Instead of bend why not weld perpendicularly? Or weld what ever angle you need.

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Re: Race bars and cover protectors!

Postby KaspenOne » Fri Mar 15, 2013 4:08 am

man i bet you can make a nasty stunt cage for the fzr, somthing im looking into, but once you get the fairing portion figured out ill be buying a set ;) already saving my cash for them
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