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Givi TN532 Engine Guards Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2011
  • Givi TN532 Engine Guards Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2011
  • Givi TN532 Engine Guards Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2011
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Givi TN532 Engine Guards for Suzuki V-Strom DL650

Designed for the on and off road enthusiast the GIVI TN225 engine guards give a more rugged and aggressive look as well as offering better overall protection for those unforeseen mishaps. Made from one inch tubing and available in matte black or bronze (subject to motorcycle model), the GIVI engine guards are a great addition for the serious motorcycle enthusiast.

Tubing is 1" in diameter.

Note: Givi recommends fitting by a qualified mechanic.


This Product Fits:
V-Strom DL650 20042011
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Givi TN532 Engine Guards Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2011 761236 TN532 In Stock: Ships next business day


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Givi TN532 Engine Guards Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2011 4.7 5 11 11
What you see is what you get True, you have to figure it out on your own with the directions, but it isn't rocket science. Just don't take out all bolts on both sides at the same time or your engine will drop out! Only do one side at a time. It takes a little work connecting the two sides at the bottom, but overall a quality product. August 25, 2015
Nice Looking Guards, Fairly Easy Install & Good Price! Although I have several years of riding experience, this was the first real piece of equipment I have ever installed on a bike (and I do not consider myself very mechanically inclined). With that said, the installation took a little over an hour and was fairly straight forward after watching some YouTube videos. The instructions from Givi are worse than almost anything else I've ever seen. Still, I made it and the bars look great, and NO vibration!! This and a Givi luggage rack was my first order with Revzilla. I called to confirm I had the right products for my bike, and the staff member was professional and great to speak with! August 17, 2015
Great Unfortunately I used them twice, they do an exc. Job in protecting your knee and byke. May 25, 2015
Went on easy. Sturdy The packaging was more difficult to get off than installing the bars. They went on quick and give me the protection my bike needs. I would recommend a longer wrench so you can get them snugged up good. May 18, 2015
Directions were a joke The finish and seeming durability were what I was hoping for. However, the directions came in French only (my shipping address was in the US. I get that we are uneducated but no need to shove it in our faces, Revzilla). The parts were intuitive enough to put on the bike without the written word. I only had to take it off and reassemble it once. I still wonder what the warning signs said though... March 24, 2015
Vibrations at higher RPMs The instruction manual was a joke, but was enough to figure out how to install the guards without too much difficulty. It took some wiggling to get everything lined up, and tightening down the brackets was fun. Make sure to do this with a cold engine to avoid being burned. I had heard about these bars causing vibrations in the handlebars at 6k RPMs and up, but I feel a lot of vibration in the foot pegs and lower part of the bike at 5k RPM, and a good amount of vibration in the bars at 6.3k RPM and up. It's bad, but not intolerable. When riding, I can reach down and feel how much the bars are vibrating, and it's a lot. I bought these bars because they were the cheapest bars out there that covered the fairings as well. I will be buying better bars when I can afford them, and selling these. The vibrations start to get to you when riding long distances. Bottom line (tl;dr): These are good bars for the money, but there are better ones out there. If you can afford other bars, buy those instead. Note: I have heard that installing a piece of rubber between the bars and bike can help reduce the vibration. I have not tried this yet, but I will. Others have filled the bars with BBs or foam to reduce vibration. I will consider trying these tricks as well. 2006 DL650, no skid plate, stock handlebars and bar end weights, stock windshield and hand guards, aftermarket heated grips, Givi Monokey side cases, everything else is stock. August 18, 2014
Saved the bike!! I bought the engine guards as a gift for my son and his newest bike. He'd had the guard on for 2 weeks when late one night he turned a corner into a car with no lights on, wrong side of street, and went down trying to avoid it. The guards did a great job of protecting his bike, which emerged with fairly minor damage - as did he. Without them, his bike would not have fared so well. August 11, 2014
Great Bars Haven't had to evaluate the durability yet but I believe you could pull a truck from them. The instructions, not that you really need them are kinda lacking but the install was still easy. March 24, 2014
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Givi TN532 Engine Guards Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2011
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 19 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
M I: Protection! I don't plan on dumping the bike, but I would rather invest in a little protection just in case! Sep 19, 2015
Louis C: To protect the bike from an accidental drop. I do not take this bike off of the road. Jun 24, 2015
Robert H: Engine protection and good looks Mar 27, 2015
John S: because gravity. Nov 21, 2014
Gary O: All the sites I visited and read reviews about the GIVI and everybody was very happy with these crash bars, most especially those who had the unfortunate situation to actually need them. The videos that RevZilla! produces are extremely helpful, and you guys had the best price. I look forward to future purchases from RevZilla!

Sep 18, 2014
Jeff K: I needed it. Aug 25, 2014
Bryan S: Was at V Strom Rally and Revzilla helped as a sponsor. May 18, 2014
Doug H: fitment & price Aug 24, 2013
A shopper asked: Would these guards fit my 2015 DL650? Jul 5, 2015
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Gary O: My understanding is that the TN532 is for model years 2004-2011. For model years 2012-2015 you need the TN3101. Check with the GIVI web site.

Good luck.
Jul 6, 2015
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Danny M: They fit my 2013 which is the same body style unless they have changed something that I am unaware of Jul 5, 2015
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Christopher R: That's a question to ask to the parts guy when ordering. I know it fits my 2013 vstrom DL 650 Jul 6, 2015
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Ryan L: yes. They fit my 2014 and the 2012-2015 are the same. Jul 7, 2015
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Ryan L: Can Definitely say it fits the 2014 vstrom 650... Jul 7, 2015
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Brice T: Yes they will. Jul 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: Your site says it is for Vstrom 650 up to 2011. I've seen on other sites that the TN532 will fit through 2014. I have a 2012 DL650/ABS and I would like to install the TN532 on my bike. Will it fit the 2012 DL650? Please advise. Thanks! Jul 6, 2014
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William R: I installed it on my 2013 DL650 and only had to shim with flat washers and use a longer bolt on the lower front joint. 2012/13 are the same so it will work fine. I like the added protection. Jul 7, 2014
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Robert H: I installed the Givi TN532 on my 2012 V-Strom DL650, and they fit quite well. I am very pleased with Givi products. Jul 6, 2014
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Danny M: I bought and installed these givi crash bars on my 2013 vstrom. They fit perfect. Jul 7, 2014
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Bryan S: I don't think so. The 2012 body style is a lot different. Jul 8, 2014
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Jorge Q asked: I bought the Givi Crash Bars for the V-Strom 65, and I also got the Alt Rider Skid Plate... how do I install them together? is it possible? Sep 24, 2013
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Mark H: I'm not sure I have the Givi skid plate. I would go to the stormtroopers forum and some one there would know Sep 25, 2013
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Jorge Q: Thanks Mark, I will look for the Givi skid plate Sep 25, 2013