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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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hi im kay. im new here and also a new rider and owner of a very fast 89 ninja zx10.. im here to find out if i can put a crash cage on my bike.. please anyone?? nd thank you
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Of course you can. You're going to have to have one custom made.

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As a new rider on a ZX10 I'd suggest getting a custom crash cage that encloses both bike and rider. A seat belt and airbags might also be useful.

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As a new rider on a ZX10 I'd suggest getting a custom crash cage that encloses both bike and rider. A seat belt and airbags might also be useful.

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being strapped to a bike in a crash would suck beyond words.
He alluded to a cage for the bike and rider;

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