GIVI TN4121 Crash Bars Engine Guards For Kawasaki Versys-X 300 ’17-’21

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Description

Give your motorcycle protection in the event of a tip over or mild crash by installing a set of Givi TN4121 crash bars engine guards. This three-piece design extends forward from the engine mounts to protect the Versys-X’s lower fairing and the area just below the headlight. read more

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Description

With this design minor tipovers or low-sides should not result in damage to the Kawasaki’s bodywork or headlight. The forward bar is designed to clear the front fender even with the fork bottomed and could help prevent larger items say the odd ambling chupacabra from entering the Versys-X’s radiator. Constructed out of a 1in diameter steel tube the GIVI TN4121 engine guards are finished with a black powder coat for a durable and easy to clean finish. Bolt-on installation.

Features:

  • Constructed using 1in diameter steel tube
  • 3-piece construction for easy installation
  • Fairing and cooling-system protection
  • Black powder coated finish

What’s In The Box:

  • GIVI TN4121 crash bars engine guards
  • Mounting hardware
  • Installation instructions

Available Accessories: 
Light Mounts

Please Note: Professional installation is not necessary but highly recommended.

MFW Crashbar Footpeg System Guide

The MFW Crashbar Footpeg System helps motorcycle riders find the most ergonomic riding position by offering alternate footpeg positions. By allowing the legs to extend to the “highway” pegs located on the crash bars riders can extend their comfort during long days in the saddle. The complete system is made up of 2bparts: the Crashbar Footpeg Mounts and the Footpegs themselves. Unless you are replacing a component or adding to an existing system you will need to order all parts for this to work on your motorcycle. Here is a quick rundown of the components you will need to choose from.

Crashbar Footpeg Mounts are available in black or silver to match your crash bars. These clamping mounts are adjustable from 0.85″ (21mm) to 1.125″ (28mm) and will allow you to mount to just about any crash bar on the market including SW-MOTECH and Givi crashbars.

MFW Footpegs are available in various styles to match your taste of riding style as well as your choice of black or silver finish.

  • MFW MasterSafe Stash Footpegs  incorporate a hidden compartment and a special key that allows secret storage of small items or documents. These pegs measure 4in long. Due to thier length they are recommended for passenger use only.
  • MFW Master Grip Footpegs are CMC machined with pronounced ribs and knurled contact points to enhance grip. They measure 3.25in long.
  • MFW Racing Footpegs measure 3.25in long and are CNC machined with knurled surfaces for grip and a slanted design to improve clearance.
  • MFW Super Grip Footpegs measure 3.25in long and feature vulcanized rubber padding for extra comfort and grip.

 

   MFW Crashbar Footpeg System Guide
MFW Crashbar Mounts Black MFW Footpeg Systems MFW Footpeg Mounts
CRASH BAR MOUNTS
BLACK
  CRASH BAR MOUNTS
SILVER
 MFW Mastersafe Stash Footpegs MFW MasterSafe Stash Footpegs
MASTERSAFE
STASH FOOTPEGS
BLACK
MASTERSAFE
STASH FOOTPEGS
SILVER
MFW Master Grip Footpegs MFW Racing Footpegs MFW Super Grip Footpegs
MASTER GRIP
FOOTPEGS
BLACK
RACING
FOOTPEGS
BLACK
SUPER GRIP
FOOTPEGS
BLACK
MFW Master Grip Footpegs MFW Racing Footpegs MFW Super Grip Footpegs
MASTER GRIP
FOOTPEGS
SILVER
RACING
FOOTPEGS
SILVER
SUPER GRIP
FOOTPEGS
SILVER

Fitment Notes

2017-2019 Kawasaki Versys-X 300

Part Numbers

Our part number: Givi.TN4121
Manufacturer part number: TN4121

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  1. Question

    Louise Moolmañ

    What is the shipping fee to Cape Town South Africa for the crash bars?

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  2. George Morrison

    Good Looking Protection for my 2020 Versys x 300

    George Morrison

    Like everyone else, I looked around a lot before buying these and went with Givi because I like the one piece front bar. Others have a joint right in the center and I wanted to avoid that. There are other options out there, some stiffer and some less so, but I feel that these will give ample protection from drops and minor spills, yet have some give to them and possibly bend a bit in the event of a harder hit. Like a crumple zone in a car. I’d rather replace a bent crash bar than whatever it’s mounted to, if that makes any sense.
    The instructions are terrible (that’s why I gave it 4 stars), but having said that, once you get into it the process shouldn’t take more than an hour. And I didn’t remove any fairings, either. I left all connections loose and tightened them up evenly and had no problems. The black finish goes great with my white Versys x 300 and they look and fit great. Hopefully I won’t have to give any damage reports. I only had the bike out once since mounting these and haven’t needed them (yet)

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  3. Anthony Capriotti

    Solid and strong once installed

    Anthony Capriotti

    After looking at all guards for the mini Versys only two stand out for having a solid mount that ties both sides together, the GIVI and the heavier T-Rex. I ruled out the factory guards because they use the flimsy fairing subframe to join the two sides, so in the event of an impact the subframe will be deformed making it nearly impossible to line up the many fairing pieces. Installation is a pain for all guards because Kaw placed a sturdy frame mounting boss behind an opening in the fairing so any service that requires fairing removal also requires guard removal.

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