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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.
it is worth the price
I is super easy to install, cheap and looks great!!
December 22, 2014
The install was so easy and fitment had no issues!
August 11, 2014
Can't get any better or easier!
Great Product! Simple to install get instructions from there website or youtube. Simple no cut and they work! My 2nd set and my frame is still perfect after going down around 40mph. Highly recommend for this price! Revzilla #1 :)
February 10, 2014
Great product and easy to install
Delivery was fast, product was easy to install, the only thing is you have to look up instructions
October 14, 2013
Very easy install, took 15 min. After taking fairing off i put one of the smaller chub sharpies in the bolt hole, re-applied the fairing to wear it would touch the sharpie point and BAM there is your point where you must cut..simple as that..Put my fairing under a drill press and BAM pressed down and my hole was created..simple install, no brainer purchase. These are very sturdy and I feel would def. protect my frame in event of crash!
July 2, 2013
Best Frame Slider I have ever used
I have the carbon fiber style of the no cut version and I have to say these are the best frame sliders I have ever had. They are easy to instal and work great. I low sideded my bike once on each side during track days and both saved loads of damage. They don't save everything but I don't have to replace my fairings so thats a huge plus. On one drop my crank case wore down really low so it would be a great idea to get some other protection for the engine cover, but these definitely saved my fairings. Highly recommend them to anyone. Just a note on the "Carbon Fiber" version, it is purely for show as it is just a small band around the main slider and will crack and break (cosmetic break only) on any kind of crash, looks cool though.
May 21, 2013
Looks Great! -- High Quality
Got these frame sliders for my 2007 GSX-R 750. I couldn't be happier.
Easy to install. Just have to take the fairings off and follow the instructions to get the frame sliders on.
I got the Carbon Fiber style and it looks perfect with my bike. I like the fact that they are a bit edgy.
May 20, 2013
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A shopper asked:There is a cut kit and a no cut kit. I see people asking if they do have to cut their plastics on their bikes and some people are saying no,. Does this mean that even if you get the cut kit, you may not have to cut your plastics?
I am hoping to install these on a 07 gsxr 600 without cutting the plastics. I do not know if I should get the cut or no cut kit to install these on my bike.
Francisco R:if you get the cut kit, YOU WILL HAVE TO DRILL a hole in your left fairing and might possible have to make the hole for the right fairing bigger. I personally went with the no cut kit. It works great. However, and old lady dropped my bike. The NO Cut fairing kit did the job well, but it works better if you have bar end shogun kit too!!!! I personal would get the no kit so you don't have to drill your fairings.Oct 10, 2014
Alejos B:The no cut version has a bracket that you attach to the frame. The possible of bending your frame from the bracket is a lot higher compared to a cut version. I went with the cut version and it was a very simple process. You do have to cut a hole in your fairings, but it is a simple process and there are many youtube tutorials showing you how. I have a 2k7 gsxr 600 as well and would only go the cut version route.Oct 11, 2014
leah b:If you get the cut kit then you have to make a hole for the frame slider to stick out past the plastics. The no cut kit is what I have and it uses metal bracket to offset the pegs so that you don't have to cut up your plastics. I would advise the no cut frame sliders because no one wants to mess their plastics up if they don't have too. Oct 10, 2014
A shopper asked:Hi my question is, i want to buy a pair of Cut style sliders from shogun and what im wondering is why in the pictures the cut white are longer then the cut black. can i get the longer one in black. Is the length changable if i recive the short ones or how does it work? Does it have a puck? help me out im new to this stuff and need to buy asap. THanksMay 25, 2015
Edwin B:I'm pretty sure the pucks are the same length regardless of color but the part that sticks into the frame is longer on the left side. There's a bolt that goes into the puck and screws on to the frame and only the left side needs to be cut out. It's best to leave the pucks the way they are as longer sliders have been known to catch on something and toss bikes in the air.May 25, 2015