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hey everyone, im planning on getting a 07 r6 and i was wondering what kind of frame sliders do you all use. Also where can i get them? I prefer for the no cut frame sliders, i dont want to cut through the fairings.
 

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I have the graves sliders, wind blew my bike over a few months ago and the sliders held up fine, much better than my bar end did...
 

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+1 for Shogun No-Cuts! :D
 

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I believe I have graves no cut. I'm planning on switching them out for the lsl no cuts. They're shaped so that if the bike slides it won't cause it to jump and flip. Just gotta make sure that the brackets are really strong on no cuts.
 

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I have Power Stuntworkz no cut Race Railz. Motomummy sells them.
 

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I believe I have graves no cut. I'm planning on switching them out for the lsl no cuts. They're shaped so that if the bike slides it won't cause it to jump and flip. Just gotta make sure that the brackets are really strong on no cuts.
A slider that prevent the bike from jumping and flipping sounds too much of a farytale to me. Like alfes, lepricons and eskimoes ( The Simpsons)....

I do not belive that a slider ever will be able to prevent that... Do you have a link to these magic sliders.... Sorry for beein sarkastic but i am afraid that the dealer is just a littel too romantic about his product.

Use R&G my self with cut in faring sliders (When made proper you barely see it). It is a much stronger construction as there are no links.

Jimbo
 

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+1 again to Shogun. I have those on mine and put them on 2 other friends bikes. They're plain, simple, cheap, and easy but still dependable.
 

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i've got Shogun no-cut frame sliders.

i want race rails, one of my stunnen buddys just got race rails for his 1000RR street bike and they look sick. i've nice rails and ugly rails, his are sweet. i gotta find out who make em.
 

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A slider that prevent the bike from jumping and flipping sounds too much of a farytale to me. Like alfes, lepricons and eskimoes ( The Simpsons)....

I do not belive that a slider ever will be able to prevent that... Do you have a link to these magic sliders.... Sorry for beein sarkastic but i am afraid that the dealer is just a littel too romantic about his product.

Use R&G my self with cut in faring sliders (When made proper you barely see it). It is a much stronger construction as there are no links.

Jimbo
Motomummy sells them on their website. If you look carefully at the bike on their page it has them on there. From what I hear from this forum they're a pretty reputable place to buy parts. Hopefully this won't make my nose grow.
 

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Getting the bike tomorrow and putting sliders on ASAP. Just bumping this back up to ask if you guys use the swing arm spool sliders too? I've heard stories of them just snapping right off, but figure for an extra $30 why not get the bar end & swing arm sliders....but if they don't work, no sense in buying them. Going with the Shogun ones too.

http://www.solomotoparts.com/catalog/Shogun-Crash-Kit-NO-CUT-for-YZF-R6-06-07-p-22555.html

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http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/Shogun_NoCut_Frame_Sliders_Yamaha_R6--59-SHOGUN-27.html
 

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Harris Racing sliders is whats on my bike. Have not dropped my bike so dont know exactly how good they hold up. Thinking about getting race rails to put on in its place
 
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