it bothered me to, till my bike hit the gorund at 15 mph and the bracket bent and my fairing still got scratched up.z31maniac said:I have the Intuitive no-cut frame sliders and while I haven't tested them yet the brackets are awfully sturdy like close to 3/4 of an inch thick.
The thought of hacking of $250 a piece fairing bothered me.
probably was me! if it wasn't... add me to the list of people who ahd no-cuts that snapped off... i didn't lay it down tho, it kinda flew and then slammed... different situation but if i had race sliders i think they woulda held up better. the no-cut bracket stripped the bolt that held it to the mount. luckily the bolt wasn't as long as the stock bolt otherwise that'd be bad bad bad bad.Ed said:However, not all no-cut frame sliders are weak. I lowsided with LP carbon-fiber no-cut frame sliders at 45mph, and it held up just fine. Someone else on the forum had shogun no-cuts, and they snapped off. Sato no-cut frame sliders are pretty good because their brackets are long and are connected to two different points on the frame, thereby making them stronger than other no-cut frame sliders.