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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-02-2012, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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LSL frame sliders

I have a 07 600rr iv got woodcraft sliders one it right now. I just bought new fairings and don't want to cut them and was looking at the LSL no cut sliders that bolt to your stator cover. My question is are these any good and it looks like if you go down on these sliders it could possibly bend the bolts on the stater cover. Anyone have any experience on these?
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Not really answering your question here, but my bike came with dealer installed LSL Frame sliders (Cut version) and I do like them I like that they aren't just a peg sticking out they kind of just fit in there and seem to blend in more IMO.

but like I say that has nothing to do with your question lol also I haven't laid the bike down on them to see how they hold up and hope I never have to find out lol.

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As far as reliablity wise ur better off with the cut frame sliders.

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id suggest sticking with cuts, you get the best protection for the frame with it mounted directly to the frame bolt (cuts) if you are set on not get cuts, there a lots of other "no cuts" you can look at Motovation to name one, $180 for the kit http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore...?idproduct=332
No cuts will be fine for a simple tip over, but theres been many cases w higher speed crashes and the no cuts breaking off, up to you in the end. I have woodcrafts as i prefer the look of the lower profile sliders, cutting the fairings really isnt hard to do
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No cuts can damage more things than they prevent in pretty much anything other than a tip over.


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Thanks everyone, I think I'm just going to stick with my woodcraft frame sliders that i have on right now, sounds like they are going to be my best choice, I rather cut my new fairings than replace a whole lot of other things because of a no cut slider failing to do its job. Thanks for the info and good points
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