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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-08-2009, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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Akrapovic or Frame Sliders / Rear Sets

My next large purchase

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well i say sliders cuz you never know when you go down

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what's the hold up on frame sliders???? that should be a must!
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and unless ur dragging pegs or the ergonomics are that far off, i'd go with the akra first
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Frame sliders, akra, rear sets..?

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go with the akra. personally. frame sliders arent that much btw. not really a big purchase

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go with the akra. personally. frame sliders arent that much btw. not really a big purchase
Well I was planning to purchase the rear sets along with frame sliders so it will add up. I should have also said that along with frame sliders, I will also purchase Woodcraft Left/Right Engine covers. All together I'm anticipating about $600+ in spending.

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Akra and Frame Sliders,, Look at <oesaccessories.com> their frame sliders are top quality and not expensive,, about $100 for a full set (frame sliders, front axle sliders, swing arm sliders) And their customer service is right up there with Tripage's.

Rear sets are pretty pointless unless you will be doing alot of track days

Oh and OES Accessories also sells rearset risers for about $50
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What type of riding are you doing (Street, Track, Commuting)?
How tall are you?

I'll put my suggestion in after I know these answers :)

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