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I have been looking into purchasing some sliders or possibly even a crash cage, and I was wondering how well sliders actually protect your bike? If anyone has any information or pictures to point me in the right direction I would appreciate it!
 

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Well they're frame sliders, not faring protectors, they serve their purpose though and for how cheap they are it's stupid not to have them. I would not recoment the no cut sliders, I have vortex myself and I like them but there's a few others out there as well.
 

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[:+1] to everything gt636 said! Frame sliders work pretty well, as long as you remember what their job actually is.
 

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I've crash tested a couple cheap ones on the track, best $50 I have spent. Only minor scratchs from a 50 mph low side![8)]
 

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Originally posted by LilJayRR
I've crash tested a couple cheap ones on the track, best $50 I have spent. Only minor scratchs from a 50 mph low side![8)]

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Just be careful before buying a cage or rails. If you plan on riding aggresive ar doing track days, they will touch the ground and you will go down (ironic huh).
 

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lp's held up well, the no-cut bracket bent but saved the plastics and the frame. Now i'll just throw away the bent bracket and use the frames slider again cause it's in perfect shape
 
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