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[URL]http://www.ebay.com/itm/2013-Kawasaki-Ninja-125-Engine-Guard-Kit-/380486261848?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item5896bf9c58&vxp=mtr[/URL]

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I believe these are factory as well. You have to


http://www.ebay.com/itm/2013-Honda-...Parts_Accessories&hash=item5896bf9c58&vxp=mtr



I believe these are factory as well. You have to drill your fairing for these as well.

IMO its about as ugly as you can get :eek:
 
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I'd rather have the engine guards, I think.

I'd rather have the engine guards, I think.
 
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i think id rather take my chances, and therefore buy new fairings if i screw them

i think id rather take my chances, and therefore buy new fairings if i screw them
 
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Due to the design of the fairings on this bike, I doubt I will even buy any sliders. There is no way I would EVER drill a hole in my fairings.

Hack up your fairings now to possibly prevent them from possible damage later?? I dont think so!


Due to the design of the fairings on this bike, I doubt I will even buy any sliders. There is no way I would EVER drill a hole in my fairings.

Hack up your fairings now to possibly prevent them from possible damage later?? I dont think so!
 
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$125 for cut "sliders"... I'll pass.

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$125 for cut "sliders"... I'll pass.

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Doesn't look good and is very noticeable, pass as well.


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Doesn't look good and is very noticeable, pass as well.


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Nope, will wait for something better, but will go for a crash cage or something when it comes out, I lean too far and worry too little

Nope, will wait for something better, but will go for a crash cage or something when it comes out, I lean too far and worry too little
 
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Why would you go with a crash cage? Are you totally new to riding or looking at stunting?

Why would you go with a crash cage? Are you totally new to riding or looking at stunting?
 
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I've always wanted to learn stunting with a crash cage (on a track of course)

Looks fun.


I've always wanted to learn stunting with a crash cage (on a track of course)

Looks fun.
 
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[QUOTE="cfrp, post: 1582"]I've always wanted to learn stunting with a crash cage (on a track of course)

Looks fun.[/quote]

A WalMart parking lot works to :)


I've always wanted to learn stunting with a crash cage (on a track of course)

Looks fun.
A WalMart parking lot works to :)
 
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Hahahaha. Those are some nasty looking frame sliders and I definitely do not want to drill into my fairings. I'd rather stick with the clean looks.

Hahahaha. Those are some nasty looking frame sliders and I definitely do not want to drill into my fairings. I'd rather stick with the clean looks.
 
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pass on these as well...not my "style"

pass on these as well...not my "style"
 
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