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R&G Racing Aero Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2014
  • R&G Racing Aero Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R 2011-2014

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R&G Racing Aero Frame Sliders Honda CBR250R

Improving on R&G's highly successful and popular round frame sliders, the RG Racing Aero Frame Sliders feature an aerodynamic teardrop shape for a more sleek and streamlined appearance. In a market flooded with the same cylindrical frame slider design, the RG Racing Aero Frame Sliders reinvented the wheel.

Constructed of heavy-duty machined steel, aluminum and high-density nylon, RG Racing Aero frame sliders provide maximum protection and the highest-quality fit and finish.

The slider itself is machined from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). HDPE was chosen for its high-friction qualities, as the slider wears down it actually helps to slow a sliding bike. The bolts are made of de-embrittled steel which work as shock absorbers, they bend instead of snapping, helping to reduce the chance of damaging the mounting points and thus damaging your motorcycle.

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Requires cutting of a 28mm in both left and right side bodywork
This Product Fits:
CBR250R 2011, 2012, 2013
CBR250R ABS 2011, 2012, 2013
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Robert H asked: How do these frame sliders compare to shogun or yoshimura sliders? They do not appear to extend nearly as far as other sliders and I would like the best protection possible. I've played my bike over and I don't want anymore damage done on my bike. I've also noticed the placement on some sliders are very different, should I get multiple sliders to ensure maximum protection? Jul 10, 2014
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long l: I've just recently bought mine from revzilla for2013 daytona triumph 675.. And luckily I did because a week later I got into an accident and even though the frame slider didn't stick out much, it did what it says..it protected the frame and also the engine casing..here's a tip when installing.. Make sure the frame bolts and slider bolts have a little clearance to the cam cover,etc. Whatever that is behind the screw opening... Otherwise you will over tighten the bolt and possibly puncture through something..hope this helps Jul 10, 2014
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