I don't think I'd pay someone to do it... If you have a torque wrench, it takes under 10 minutes. Remove plastic, remove evap canister and plug the vent line, assemble one side of the slider on the mount bolt, push the old mount bolt through with the new one, screw on the other side, torque it down, plastic on and...VOILA'!!!TRPL_9 said:How much would it be to have these installed?
Do you think it would be possible to fit the Speedymoto under body frame sliders with the Cycle Cat setup? I like the Cycle Cat Setup for the track, but I want to have the Speedymoto under body mount for my street fairings.moto said:Speedymoto makes one that fits under the body work as well as through the body work like Cycle Cat. The Cycle Cat use aluminum couplings that are designed to break off under heavy load to save your frame. The Speedymoto uses steel couplings that will not break.
We stock both and have had good reveiws on both systems.
Maybe for guys who don't want to drill holes in body work, but still have a worst case contingeny to save all the other stuff that get's wiped out on a duc when it slides down a road/track- waterpump, battery, clutch parts, etc. etc. Possibly not quite as protective as thru-body style, but chances are you gonna get some body work damage regardless of thru or under style. Catch-22, but I'd say some slider is better than no slider, which leads to the second issue which is that a slider should stay intact during a crash. I've seen frame sockets get torn out by a slider breaking off. Not the hot ticket for saving the frame, and then everything else which get's hosed when the slider is no longer.What is exact point of under-fairing sliders?