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Those look good,do they stick out evenly if you look at the bike from the front even though they mount at different heights off the frame?
Where do you get R&G products in California?
Thanks for your help.

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What frame Sliders are out there for '03 6R,RR's?And does anyone have pics of any of the companies sliders other than Sato's?Any help would be great,Thanks.:)

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Stkygrn, they don't stick out EXACTLY evenly, but it's not obvious unless you really try to observe.

I ordered mine directly from R&G Racing's website. Took about a week and a half to deliver. No hassle. Don't worry about the GBP/USD thing -- their website uses some sort of financial intermediary that will allow you to pay USD.
 

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Originally posted by stkygrn

Thanks for all the help,in the end I ended up going with the Sato's which I ordered today;)

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Hey stkygrn, did you end up putting the Sato's frame sliders on?? If so, was the install easy and how do they look?
 

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I did go with the Sato's;)They didn't come with instructions but the install is for the basic at home dude with common sense.Very
easy to install(even with my fairings on).Quality of the product
is top notch in my book and Kyle Racing's service was great.
I highly recommend Sato and Kyle racing:D

BTW-I'll post pics of the sliders here later when i get home:)
 

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Originally posted by stkygrn

I did go with the Sato's;)They didn't come with instructions but the install is for the basic at home dude with common sense.Very
easy to install(even with my fairings on).Quality of the product
is top notch in my book and Kyle Racing's service was great.
I highly recommend Sato and Kyle racing:D

BTW-I'll post pics of the sliders here later when i get home:)
I just checked out the sato frame sliders. Are thy $85 a piece? Or is that a set of them?
 

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If you're really smart, why not get a set from Vortex on www.kneedraggers.com - they've got replace-able sliders on them! The kit costs about sixty bucks shipped - what you get is worth it!

The base itself is machined aluminum and the sliders are seperate Delrin elements. While I've yet to test them out the coolest part is that you can get replacement Delrin ends for sixteen bucks. The bolt used to hold the element itself in is HUGE with a hex reciever that goes all the way through. Should you bin it at stupid speed or bin it several times, you'll still be able to replace the Delrin element without too much hasle.

Yes, I'm Siscal & Ebert and these sliders get TWO THUMBS UP!
 
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