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post #1 of 99 Old 09-21-2011, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
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Hi Everyone, we are in machining now for the Robust Aluminum Posts and Spacers for the New MotoSliders Frame Sliders for our DL650 and DL1000 Bikes,

The Frame Slider Pucks for these Frame Sliders are all machined; We also have the 12mm hardened Steel Through Bolts in Stock and will be ready to ship next week,

Here are some photos of the First Sets of the New Frame Sliders,

Mounted with either the Suzuki OEM Crash Bars or the SW MoTech Crash Bars,



Showing Clearance with the Suzuki OEM Crash Bars or the SW MoTech Crash Bars using a long level set flush at the end of the Sacrificial Puck on the Sliders,



Showing the Frame Sliders mounted as a stand alone product without any crash bars,



Showing the super clearance for protecting the vulnerable Radiator and other parts,



Mounted with Givi Crash Bars, and similar fit with the Hepco Becker Crash Bars,



Showing clearance between the Givi Crash Bars and MotoSliders Sacrificial puck on the MotoSliders Frame Sliders,

These are being producing in Polished Aluminum and it Black Anodized Finish for those with Black Frames that want to be color matched,

The Frame Sliders are just over 6 inches long with the Sacrificial pucks installed.

A lot of time, engineering and machining has gone into producing a very strong and robust Frame Slider for our bikes that can be adapted to work with all the crash bar sets we have tested so far,

Email me Directly for them at [email protected]

These are designed and built to really help you and your bike out in the event of an unplanned mishap or tip over,

I am still producing the matching Swing Arm Sliders with spools for rear stands for our bikes as well,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair

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I guess I'll be the tester....although I have no intention of ever finding out if they really work:???:

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I guess I'll be the tester....although I have no intention of ever finding out if they really work:???:

Don't worry about being the tester, Our MotoSliders Frame Sliders have a long standing reputation as being the best made, fitting and performing Frame Sliders for our bikes, These New MotoSliders Frame Sliders simply take them to a new level of performance,

We are in machining now for the Robust Aluminum Posts and Spacers for the New MotoSliders Frame Sliders for our DL650 and DL1000 Bikes,

The Frame Slider Pucks for these Frame Sliders are all machined; We also have the 12mm hardened Steel Through Bolts in Stock and will be ready to ship next week,

Here are some photos of the First Sets of the New Frame Sliders,

Mounted with either the Suzuki OEM Crash Bars or the SW MoTech Crash Bars,



Showing Clearance with the Suzuki OEM Crash Bars or the SW MoTech Crash Bars using a long level set flush at the end of the Sacrificial Puck on the Sliders,



Showing the Frame Sliders mounted as a stand alone product without any crash bars,



Showing the super clearance for protecting the vulnerable Radiator and other parts,



Mounted with Givi Crash Bars, and similar fit with the Hepco Becker Crash Bars,



Showing clearance between the Givi Crash Bars and MotoSliders Sacrificial puck on the MotoSliders Frame Sliders,

These are being producing in Polished Aluminum and it Black Anodized Finish for those with Black Frames that want to be color matched,

The Frame Sliders are just over 6 inches long with the Sacrificial pucks installed.

A lot of time, engineering and machining has gone into producing a very strong and robust Frame Slider for our bikes that can be adapted to work with all the crash bar sets we have tested so far,

Email me Directly for them at [email protected]

These are designed and built to really help you and your bike out in the event of an unplanned mishap or tip over,

I am still producing the matching Swing Arm Sliders with spools for rear stands for our bikes as well,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
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Thumbs up New Frame Sliders for the DL650 and DL1000

I just got word from the CNC Machine Shop that the Frame Slider Posts and Spacers will be ready for me next week, I will get them out right away to you Stromtroopers waiting to install them on your bikes,

I'll post up more photos here as well at that time,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
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Hi Ed, all you need to do is go to the website, Go in Under For Stromtroopers then under Frame Sliders,



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Are these going to work for the 2012 650?
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Hi Byron, Yes they will be great on the 2012 DL650,

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Thumbs up SV Racing Parts DL650 and DL1000 Frame Sliders

The Frame Sliders for the DL650 and DL1000 Frame Sliders are all machined and ready to ship,

Email me for them at [email protected] or visit me at SVRacingParts.com Go in Under For Stromtroopers and then Under Frame Sliders

Here are some photos of the First Sets of the New Frame Sliders,



Mounted with either the Suzuki OEM Crash Bars or the SW MoTech Crash Bars,



Showing Clearance with the Suzuki OEM Crash Bars or the SW MoTech Crash Bars using a long level set flush at the end of the Sacrificial Puck on the Sliders,



Showing the Frame Sliders mounted as a stand alone product without any crash bars,



Showing the super clearance for protecting the vulnerable Radiator and other parts,



Mounted with Givi Crash Bars, and similar fit with the Hepco Becker Crash Bars,



Showing clearance between the Givi Crash Bars and MotoSliders Sacrificial puck on the MotoSliders Frame Sliders,

These are being producing in Polished Aluminum and it Black Anodized Finish for those with Black Frames that want to be color matched,



The Frame Sliders are just over 6 inches long with the Sacrificial pucks installed.

A lot of time, engineering and machining has gone into producing a very strong and robust Frame Slider for our bikes that can be adapted to work with all the crash bar sets we have tested so far,

Email me Directly for them at [email protected]

These are designed and built to really help you and your bike out in the event of an unplanned mishap or tip over,



I also have the matching Swing Arm Sliders with spools for rear stands for our bikes as well,

Everything is in stock and ready to ship,

Visit SVRacingParts.com to order them directly and I will get you looked after right away,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,

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I am trying to decide if I want sliders, crash bars or neither. Each year it's been neither. I did see that if you order these sliders you need to know which crash bars are installed. Does that mean that purchasing a set of these prohibits me from installing crash bars later?

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