R&G FOCK PROTECTORS FOR KAWASAKI NINJA 650/Z650 (2017-20)
R&G Racing Front Axle Sliders aid in reducing damage to the front forks, brake calipers and brake discs in the event of a crash by keeping these core components off the tarmac and out of harm’s way!
Each kit is tailored to each bike’s specific axle length and diameter. The sliders are machined from the same High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) used in R&G’s frame sliders. As the HDPE slider wears down in a slide/crash, its high friction qualities help reduce the bike’s speed.
Our Frame Sliders help you save your precious Motorcycle in an unfortunate event of low slides, falls etc, by providing a sturdy and sliding surface. Properly engineered to take the nasty falls and reduce the impact on the major parts of the bike like, Radiator, Fuel Tank, Engine etc.
OEM Number Plate Extension Mounts are a non-profit, community effort that is being sold at our making cost. This is an initiative to make sure that our windshield customers have some provision provided from our side to mount the Number plate over the windshield at the same OEM position.
This is an optional accessory, because, many customers may go with Fender-mounted Number plates, hence adding this cost as a package will be an unnecessary expense for the buyer. Add it to the cart only if you want to use the number plate in the original number plate bolts.
This kit can be used in conjunction with Carbon Racing Windshield. This kit will go in place of the OEM Number plate mount and the OEM mount needs to be installed on this extension kit.
The exhaust design of the Dominar is so angled and stretched outwards that, in case of an unfortunate fall/slide on the right side, the exhaust is the first thing to get all the damage as it will be the one to manage the entire weight of the bike. Since exhausts won’t come cheap for Dominar, we thought of making a slider for the exhaust so that it will provide a smooth sliding surface for the bike before the exhaust manage to touch the ground.
The top Delrin puck will provide the exact sliding surface for the bike. So in general cases, the Delrin will erode due to the abrasion with the ground thereby slowing down the momentum of the bike.