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Shogun sliders are superior to other slider brands by virtue of their construction and material--shatter-proof UHMW infused with UV protective polymer. Shogun sliders absorb kinetic energy from crashes and will not shatter in cold temperature like some types of Delrin or fade in the sun. Each slider has a press fit aluminum bushing (excluding bar ends) to hold it in place during impact to reduce the risk of the slider puck or spool 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 (cheap imitators do not use high grade hardware and will quickly rust). 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.
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 aluminum end cap.
Glad I bought it
It helps out a lot and makes my zx6r look beautiful
July 11, 2014
Very easy to install, Great fit and good looking, even with aftermarket plastic.
July 28, 2014
Recently lowsided my bike at 140....trust me these frame sliders worked..
July 28, 2014
Don't forget your torque wrench.
These are pretty standard sliders, and from browsing around offered the best performance-to-price balance. I haven't crashed yet so I can't review how well it performs for what it was really meant to do... Installation was pretty simple, youtube videos definitely helped a bunch. The end product looks good.
July 28, 2014
tried and tested!!!
first of all thank god i put these on my bike and man how cheap they were!!!!
i dropped my s1000rr moving it around and these things saved my bike! the only damage to the bike was a tiny little scuff on my mirror and a little itty bitty chip on my tail section!
install was easy…if you can't install these you're clearly not about that bike life…and should probably pick up a scooter
July 25, 2014
Harder to instal than the no cut type.
If done well, finish product looks good. Cutting your fairings in the proper location is the trick.
June 9, 2014
Excellent product with excellent service and price from Revzilla
The install was straight forward and completed in about 10 mins. Didnt have to take the fairing off which was a plus.
Overall the finish and machining seem sound, Not sure it will save your bike in a high speed crash, but should help protect in a parking lot / garage tip over
July 22, 2014
Very good. Nice. Need dremel/screw gun with sand roll.
July 14, 2014
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Timothy R: If you have not crashed your buggy, you wouldn't understand. But, remember friends, its not if, its when. You will thank yourself and your bike will thank you, and your wallet will thank you, if you get these babies!May 22, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm thinking about getting these for my 2011 zx6r. Will I have to take off all the bodywork to install these? Or are the bolts accessible enough that I would be able to squeeze a tool in the cowling openings?Jan 8, 2014
Felix J:You do have to remove some of the bodywork in order to get to the bolts. you also have to cut a very small amount of the body work on the inside to be able to make it fit. The cuts are made on some of the inner side of the body work so its nothing that the visible from the outside, it takes a little bit of work in a little bit of patience but it is well worth it in my opinion I'm very happy with the frame sliders. And yes I did buy the ones that say "no cut" on them but you still have to cut a very small amount on the inside to be able to make it fit right.Jan 9, 2014
Garrett G:I was able to squeeze the tools in without removing the fairings. I did it on a very warm day so the plastics were nice and pliable. I can't say that I would advise you to do it the way I did because the torque wrench was a little difficult to get in place, but it can be done if you are careful. This was on a 2012 zx6r so it shouldn't be different for you at all. Remember to mark the cutout on the small plastic piece correctly. The cutout is not visible at all after installation, but it will make it easier if the cut is precise.Jan 8, 2014
Joe P:I actually ordered them as a gift for a friend. This is his first motorcycle and I encourage everyone to do most of their own wrenching, so with a little guidance He did the install in my shop and as I recall it was quite easy.... he was done in under 30 min and we where out tearing up some backroads. Anyone with modest mechanical skills and basic hand tools can tackle this upgrade with ease!
Thanks again Revzilla!!Jan 9, 2014
Marc V:No u will have to take faring bolts off and drop the lower faring to get them on helps to have two people installing when doing install without removing all the farings well worth the money look nice on bike good quality !!!!!Jan 8, 2014
Pedro B:Purchased them for my 2012 zx6r, fit like a dream. Max install time an hour. I would recommend removing all fairings to prevent scratching or bending. You can install without removing, will take longer.Jan 8, 2014
A S asked:Hey. I just recieved these in the mail. I am a bit surprised because each slider is a different length. Can someone please tell me which side of the bike (sight or left), the longer puck and offset goes on?Mar 28, 2014