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Shogun frame sliders are superior to other frame slider brands by virtue of their construction and material. Shogun pucks are made of shatter-proof UHMW infused with UV protective polymer. Shogun pucks absorb kinetic energy from crashes and will not shatter in cold temperature like some types of Delrin or fade in the sun. Each puck has a press fit aluminum bushing to hold it in place during impact to reduce the risk of the puck tearing off of the mounting point. Shogun frame slider offsets are CNC machined from the same grade aluminum as military aircraft. Offsets are anodized black to match OEM components. Each offset is manufactured to stringent specifications with ISO 9000 quality control. Each Shogun Frame Slider comes with high tensile strength corrosion resistant hardware. Shogun uses socket head bolts in nearly every kit, allowing for stronger frame slider design in a more compact space. Newer applications of Shogun Frame Sliders make use of a counter sunk design, which distributes the force of impact over a wider area and gives additional strength to the system so that the puck remains attached to the motorcycle.
Shogun Frame Sliders are MADE IN THE USA. High quality and easy to follow instructions are available in PDF format for download. Each set of instructions has a complete pack list of parts along with color illustrations to avoid confusion.
Designed by racers, sold by racers, for the serious rider!
Sold as a pair.
Note: Carbon S5 Frame Sliders include a black anodized T-6061 end cap.
nice no-cut sliders, easy install
Taking the fairings on and off is the most laborious part of the install. Installing the sliders was fairly straightforward. The left puck/slider had a space between the two inserts, causing the bolt to be unable to reach the bar it screws into. Had to tap the insert down with an extension piece and hammer as advised by Shogun. Worked great.
June 9, 2014
Probably the best frame sliders for Ninja 300
I have a white Ninja 300 and the white frame sliders look off. I contacted Revzilla to get the puck exchanged but they said to contact Shogun. Don't get the white ones. They are off white.
Shogun got it exchanged and I paid for shipping to them and paid for shipping to get the black ones. $10 down the drain.
Installing took me 6 hours since I'm a newbie to it but it wasn't too difficult. Ninja 300 has a lot of plastic parts. There is a little cutting required even though it says no cut.
I'm very happy with the product. It doesn't look very intrusive at all. It is a little expensive though. It would be awesome if they added a video install on Shogun's website.
October 9, 2013
Very good product. Everything happens quickly and the result is famous. The instructions are clear and easy to understand. Installation time: about 2 hours total.
June 25, 2013
Great product. Easier to install than one would think.
I had a blast installing these. I'm not very mechanically inclined so working on the engine is a no no for me so doing something where I can tear the bike apart and use tools without fear of screwing up my ride too bad was awesome. Just make sure you have a stand and a jack. Also find a diagram online of where the plastic grommets are that hold the fairings on so you don't break them. The ones right under the back of the seat are very fragile. Other than that. Have fun with them.
June 24, 2013
These frame sliders look amazing!
I would highly recommend these sliders you everyone! Especially owners of Kawasaki ninja 300's. when I picked up my bike I asked my dealership about frame sliders for my bike and I was told there were none for the 300 unless I wanted to cut fairings. Needless to say that wasn't an option for me, not on a brand new bike! While shopping on here I stumbled across the Shogun frame sliders, after reading the installation I purchased them right away as there was little in the way of fairing modification to be done. I can't comment on the ease of installation as being a brand new bike we took it to the dealer to install, the whole idea of releasing the engine from the mounts didn't appeal to us. But they had them installed in less than two hours. In short yes buy this product, it's well worth the money.
May 8, 2013
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A L: I'm a noob at riding. I want to push the bike and myself, but I want to protect the fairings as much as I can for looks and resale value. I bought the Shoguns, cuz of the no-cut positioning of the pucks. You do have to shave a bit of plastic, but it's a fairly hidden part, so no big deal. The screw that mounts the long puck was too short in my kit, but the there's a spacer in the puck that you can tap in with a hammer and a long rod. A few small whacks and I was gtg.Jul 25, 2014
Hripsime P: Heard great reviews on the product.May 1, 2014
Austin R asked:Will these work with the 2014 Ninja 300 ABS version, specifically the fact that it has ABS because i have heard mixed things regarding the brake line?
James E:Absolutely. I installed them on my 2013 Ninja 300 ABS without a hitch. Just make sure you have an engine mount to keep the engine in place when you're installing them, otherwise you'll have an interesting time.Jun 5, 2014
A shopper asked:I recently purchased and installed this product, however, the rear threaded rod snapped (99-HR-TH3/8-16 x6 11/16-R), due to, what I'm guessing, was a torque wrench malfunction. I'd like to order a replacement rod, but I'm not sure how to go about doing that.
Who should I be ordering the replacement part from and how should I accomplish that?May 20, 2014