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that last link didnt work...here it is
http://cgi.*********/ebaymotors/Honda-CBR-600-RR-CBR600rr-600rr-frame-sliders-slider_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35580QQihZ004QQitemZ140020700794QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V

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someone in my last post said that no-cut frame sliders dont exist for the cbr600rr. i found some on ebay though. are these just as good as the regular drill-in ones? here's the link, and tell me what you think...cuz i'd hate to drill holes in my effin fairings...here's the link of the pics, etc.

http://cgi.*********/ebaymotors/Honda-CBR-600-RR-CBR600rr-600rr-frame-sliders-slider_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ35580QQihZ004QQitemZ140020700794QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V
 

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No cut = JUNK!

Don't do it.

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ebay motors...its 140020700794



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give us the e-bay number its on the top right of the auction
 

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Jason can you give us your experience with no cuts? Im just curious why they are bad
 

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Hmm, those look interesting...dono about how good they are though, I've seen a GSXR 600 with no cut sliders that happened to go down and the sliders took a bit of the impact but then bent and the plastics where scratched but not too bad.
 

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well, you know what that means...i gotta drill holes in my baby! oh well!



alexm said:
Hmm, those look interesting...dono about how good they are though, I've seen a GSXR 600 with no cut sliders that happened to go down and the sliders took a bit of the impact but then bent and the plastics where scratched but not too bad.
 

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Get whatever makes you happy! Everyone has their own opinions!
If you want to fck it up. Haha.....
Don't get the no cuts, a hard head always makes a soft behind: meaning you will be sorry.
 

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You people are insane. Would you rather your engine mount take the brunt of the force or would you rather the impact be spread through the bracket and then the mount?

Add to that you don't need to cut through your fairings with a bracket mount and the decision is a no brainer.
 

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Well I dont think anyone has these her on this forum. So - there is only one way to test these. Hopefully you wont have to test them for us.


Good luck!
 

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I would use OGGY knobs - they make a no drill type that mounts with brackets, at an extra cost, or a drill and mount type. The choice is yours... I dont have any they don't make the bike handle better, faster, or more confortable.
 

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As Tony said bove, they do exist and are called Oggy Knobs. They are made in Australia and come in 2 kits.
1 is the typical fairing drill bolt on style, the other (which my bike has) is the no cut, heavy duty, super strong bracket version.
The bracket version comes with 3 pieces - 2 frames and 1 tension bar. The 2 frames bolt onto the engine mounts (where standard sliders bolt to) as well as another mounting point under the fairing and the tension bar bolts between these 2 frames creating a bloody solid mounting point for the slider knobs.
Here are a few quick pics I took, sorry for the crappy quality.





In the second picture you can see the tension bar running in front of the engine block and behind the radiator (the brownish looking bar).
Buck_Y_Lee made a good point about non cut sliders dispersing the impact force instead of it going directly to the engine mounts. Now I am not expierenced in motorcycle crashes (haven't had a fall in 5 years riding YET) but to me it makes more sense. As long as the brackets create a sturdy mounting point for the slider knobs (which oggy knobs do) how could it be worse than direct mount sliders?
If anyone wants any more pics or info just send me a PM and hopefully I can help.

http://www.kenma.com.au/public/oggy.html Manufacturers web site.
http://www.kenma.com.au/public/downloads/oggy_fitments/OK536-537.pdf Installation instructions with pictures.
 

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Honda designed points on their frame for a reason...

Jason
 
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