GIVI TN2132 Crash Bars Engine Guards For Select Yamaha Motorcycles

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Description

Provide added protection and style to your motorcycle with GIVI TN2132 Crash Bars Engine Guards for the Yamaha FZ-09 or MT-09. With clean lines and a great looking powder coated black finish as well as solid mounts and 25mm diameter steel tube construction designed to protect your tank in the event of a tip-over this could be the best-looking insurance you could get for your machine. Bolt on the peace of mind and rug…

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Description

Provide added protection and style to your motorcycle with GIVI TN2132 Crash Bars Engine Guards for the Yamaha FZ-09 or MT-09. With clean lines and a great looking powder coated black finish as well as solid mounts and 25mm diameter steel tube construction designed to protect your tank in the event of a tip-over this could be the best-looking insurance you could get for your machine. Bolt on the peace of mind and rugged design of engine guards by GIVI before your next ride.

Features:

  • 25mm diameter steel tubing construction
  • Simple to install
  • Black powder coated finish
  • Protects tank in the event of a tipover

Includes:

  • Left and right side crash bars
  • Mounting hardware
  • Installation instructions
Fitment Notes

2017 Yamaha FZ-09

2018-2019 Yamaha MT-09

Part Numbers

Our part number: Givi.TN2132
GTIN13 / EAN: 8019606216854

Fitment

This Product Fits

Yamaha

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  1. bryan tan

    Doesn't align properly.

    bryan tan

    Got a MT-09 2018, 1 out of 3 mounting point are not align on both side, probably needs grinding but its doable, Still keeping it. The material and design looks great. just the fit needs some work. Either have to grind the hole a little bigger or have a pipe bender and torch to bend it to fit.

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