I have no clue, Some cheapo's that the previous owner installed. I have a cheapo pair on now as well.... Might have to look into some nice sliders soon... haha
I use the rashed ones as ash trays in the garage. I recycle.
You'll have to cut your plastics a little bit, but it's worth it.
On another note, Anyone have any suggestions for other modifications for the future? I'm kind of trying to get a list going for when I get back from Boot camp.
Slide stops, 05 throttle bodies and fuel pressure regulator, ignition advance, air filter, power commander with autotune or bazzaz if they make it for your bike.
I plan on hitting up Mid-Ohio some time this summer when I get back! I need to get me a full Suit though, I dunno how much they charge to rent one. Also I hope they don't mind my battery tray being ziptied on one side.... It broke and I haven't had the time to replace.... haha
Bro, nobody is gonna give 2 fcuks if you have a few zip ties here and there. We crashed my bike one race weekend so many times I can't remember. The whole bike was duct tape, zip ties, and hopes and dreams. We still took home two trophies that weekend and one was a 1st place in the rain!
You intend to modify the frame sliders? That is the worst idea I've EVER heard with regards to frame sliders-- You're better off not running them at all than Jimmy-rigging them so they snap off, just so you don't have to cut the fairings that are gonna get royally fcked up when you lay it down and that "modified" frame slider breaks off.
Cut the fairings, take your time, make it look good. Don't half-ass it.
Dremel FTW. And corded, none of that cordless BS.
haha I wish, I live in Ohio so its too cold to ride now. I haven't gotten the opportunity to ride it since I crashed. I guess I'll just have to wait till spring! haha
Bro, I don't know exactly how cold it is there, but it's been in the 50's and almost 60 on some days like today. I know people from ohio who moved to NJ so it can't be all that far to be in a different climate zone.
And yes, my geography sucks, but I don't really need that to do what I do.