SW-MOTECH Crash Bars Engine Guards for BMW K1200R, K1200R Sport, and K1300R

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Constructed of heavy-duty mild steel SW-MOTECH crash bars are designed to provide maximum protection optical integration and high-quality fit and finish. read more


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8.4658 lbs
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Provides protection to both the fairing and engine without interfering with oil changes or engine maintenance. All components are protected against corrosion by sandblasting and powdercoating. High-strength frame mounting points.

Crashbars are powdercoated black.

Constructed of 26.9mm outer-diameter mild steel tubing.

On October 1 2008 Doug Elliot wrote to us:
“Just before dawn Saturday morning I installed my new set of SW-Motech crash bars on my K1200R. Early Sunday morning I leave for my usual weekend loop through the San Bernardino Mountains. I casually burble through the sleepy mountain top town of Crestline and begin the 5 mile down hill switch back corkscrew hairpin turn-addled asphalt descent toward Silverwood. Entering into a steeply descending 30 mph corkscrew at about 30mph the front wheel washes out as if the road itself had been pulled out from under me. Things learned:

-The SW MOTECH Crash Bars WORKED!! Save for some road rash on the clutch slave cylinder the engine bay is unscathed. (Note to self: there is a tidy little aluminum guard I spied recently for protecting that part)
-The crash bars although heavily road rashed CAN and WILL continue service with a little massage by a metal file and a can of semi gloss black spray paint.
-A trashed blinker and frame slider and a lightly scuffed silencer and air box cover/snorkel about wraps up the bike damage.

Doug’s post-crash photo is shown on this web page.

Part Numbers

Our part number: SBL.07.413.100.B
Manufacturer part number: SBL.07.413.100/B


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    Tom Hansen

    I have BMW 1300r are you out of stock?

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  2. lucam

    Very difficult to install


    It seems to be very easy, don’t get fooled. Installation instructions are not explicit. Well finished product.

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