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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-27-2010, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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LSL "Crash Pad" Frame Sliders Through Spiegler

Anyone ever try these/seen these/know anything about them?

I know woodcraft and shogun are the favorites, but these looks like they incorporate a new technology idea in them. Look pretty sweet too. My bike's an 09RR if that helps with anything...these are for 09-11's.



http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=6382

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These are the sliders I would use if I used sliders.
I like the low profile design. Less likely to catch while sliding.

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I have never been a fan of how they mount to the clutch and stator covers opposed to the frame.
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Don't those LSL's pictured mount just like traditional sliders to the frame/upper engine mount?
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Don't those LSL's pictured mount just like traditional sliders to the frame/upper engine mount?
That's what I'm trying to figure out...If they just stuck on, or if they mount to the frame like the traditional cut sliders.
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I know the 07/08's mount on the cases. I'm not sure if they would have changed the design for the 09's+ as they are the same frame.

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On the Spiegler website the sliders for the 09+ are about 1/2 the price as the 07/08. This could be due to not needing/having and mounting brackets. However under the "position" column it is listed as motor just as it is on the 07/08s. Give them a ring and find out.

http://www.spieglerusa.com/cfm/FrameSliders.cfm

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Wow, I really don't like the way those mount on the 07/08's. I could just see it ripping apart the stator/clutch covers in a crash.
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IMO, they look nicer in the pic then when they're installed. Thanks for the links/input everyone. Feel free to keep adding to this if anyone out there has some 2cts to add in.
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I run them on our shop bike. Absolutely great sliders, however, they do mount several models to the engine covers and those models I wouldn't recommend. Little 8mm bolts are not designed to absorb the energy of a crash imo. All the other models (most all of them) that attach to the normal frame slider/engine mount points are absolutely great frame sliders.
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Thanks for the 2cts moto.
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They only mounted to the cases because everyone wanted no cut frame sliders. Now that the cases are covered on the 09+ they figure if you have to drill a hole anyways, might as well anchor it to the engine bolts properly. I know when I look for sliders for my 07 I always look at 09+ options
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downside is all 600RR's have low motor mount points & they are hard to protect good regardless of whats on there.
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