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Required by AMA and WSB among other top racing organizations.
Inexpensive insurance against a potential serious injury. In the case of a crash that places your leg near the rear sprocket, the shark guard will help deflect your foot out of harm's way. Other toe guards ask you to drill and tap into your stock swingarm. The average swingarm today is 4-6mm thick aluminum, which can leave you with mounting bolts that can easily strip out. Woodcraft supplies two rivet nut inserts and an installation tool with every kit!
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If you want to give yourself protection in every possible way, this is a smart investment. Not very easy to install, but if u take your time you will be rewarded with a quality protection device that in the right situation will provide protection from serious injury. When installed, it is very sturdy. It is light and very well made like all woodcraft items. Well designed. The provided wrench is required for the revit like threaded fastener system.
June 9, 2014
Inexpensive insurance against a potential serious injury. In the case of a crash that places your leg near the rear sprocket, the shark guard will help deflect your foot and toes out of harm's way.
February 3, 2014
Required by AMA (and others)! Great addition!
So in addition to being a conversation starter, "What IS that thing, anyway?" - this shark guard looks awesome and is required by many of the racing organizations you may or may not be thinking of entering into. The installation is simple and the jack nuts that come with the assembly are a MUCH better idea than trying to tap into your swingarm, IMO. I have a '12 ZX6R and the only "issue" with fitment was due to the weld seam under the swingarm - it still fits fine and the functionality wasn't affected at all, but it doesn't fit as "aesthetic" as I'd have liked. All things considered, I'm 100% satisfied and I'll buy more of them for future motorcycles.
May 21, 2012
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A S: Setting up my Kawasaki Ninja 300 for track days so I am putting this on to prevent injury to my foot should I fall off and get my foot caught between the chain and sprocket. This part should prevent that from happening.May 25, 2015
Daniel J: I wanted to protect my fingers and toes in the event of a crashOct 29, 2014
Dejan J: i do alot of track days and never had toe guard before on my bike .. also you never know when foot could slip of or crash and to preven foot of going into a chain its good to have a piece of mind...Jul 26, 2014
Jonathan S: Saw a guy go down and get his foot sawed in half.Jul 23, 2014
Melissa C: So my foot doesn't get cut off at the track!Apr 17, 2014
Donald L: GB Racing unit required drilling holes into the swingarm. No thanks.Apr 12, 2014
duc l:Yes, there is plenty of spacing based on how the fin installs under the frame and about an half inch from the outside edge of the frame. Check YouTube for some full install videos, they were very helpful and this was a very simple install.Apr 18, 2015