SW-MOTECH Crash Bars Engine Guards for BMW G650GS 11-’16

SKU:SBL.07.775.10000.B
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Description

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

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Description

All components are protected against corrosion by sandblasting and powdercoating. High-strength frame mounting points. Black.

Constructed of 26.9mm outer-diameter mild steel tubing.

Note: Not compatible with BMW Accessory Lower Engine Crash Bars (BMW Part # 71 60 7 653 858).

Part Numbers

Our part number: SBL.07.775.10000.B
GTIN13 / EAN: 4052572012024

Fitment

This Product Fits

MakeModelYear
MakeModelYear
BMWG650GS2011
BMWG650GS2012
BMWG650GS2013
BMWG650GS2014
BMWG650GS2015
BMWG650GS2016

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  1. G650GS 2014

    Solid!!

    G650GS 2014

    Look great. Very solid. Blend nicely with the bike. Easy install and did not interfere with a happy trails skid plate.

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  2. Jake

    Super sturdy

    Jake

    Bars install realatively easily. (i had to take by lower engine gaurd off and bend the corner of it to make it fit)

    Once on, they are super study. Providing some serious protection

    Only complaint is that my knee rubs on the bars. I’m 6′ and my knees just touch the bars. I purchases some foam to wrap the bars and protect my knees.

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  3. Ben650

    Sturdy Bars

    Ben650

    Upon receiving these bars the first thing that impressed me was how stout they are. Seriously beefy – though mounted up on the bike they don’t look out of place at all. On the contrary the fit and finish is very nice, and with the three mounting points on each side I think one would be hard pressed to find better protection on the market. One thing that I like about these bars in particular is that they seem to fill the gap between engine and fairing (and radiator) protection, offering all of the above. Others don’t. Only downside I could say to this product is that I had to trim the stock skid plate on my 2014 Sertao model to get it to mount back in its’ original tabs. Not a hard modification however. This appeared to be due to slightly dissimilar sized bars. Made in Czech Republic.

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  4. flyred

    Look strong. Hopefully they never will be tested

    flyred

    The bars bolted up fairly quickly after I figured out the IKEA style (pictures only) instructions. I also found out there was one spot on my TT belly pan that needed trimmed away to allow the SWMT bars to mount (5 minutes with a Dremel tool).
    The bike is a 2013 Sertao

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  5. Cappyinor

    Well designed and super sturdy...German engineered

    Cappyinor

    I hope I never need it but it mounted up effortlessly on my G650GS and features a 3 point attachment design which in my mind is better than all the rest with only two bolts.

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  6. Jaliaz

    Nice

    Jaliaz

    They look and feel strong and robust, however they did not fit 100% on my BMW G650GS 2014, between 2 persons we had to put them together applying some force so we could fit all screws and bolts, After about 1hr they were finally assembled and like I said, they are pretty nice and robust.

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  7. AndresG

    Broken :(

    AndresG

    After 6 month of use. They broken. I never left my bike fall down and one day I found a n small crack on the right crashbar. I go to the shopping store and they realse the crashbar and then it broken in the different parts 🙁 so sad.

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  8. petehemlock

    Best bars for G650GS

    petehemlock

    I got these to replace a set from another manufacturer whose welds aren’t exactly strong. I was immediately impressed with the quality, the ruggedness and the design of the SW Motech bars. The pipes are thick. The fit is perfect. And I like the way the design gives the bike a fuller look up front like a bull. Install was easy enough. Compared to other makers’ designs, these are everything I wanted. It’s important to emphasize the 3 solid mounting points where the others use only 2. Hugely satisfied. Also note I ride the Sertao model and they fit just right. There are a few nice options for mounting lights as well.

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  9. Mazurekphoto

    Beefy bars!

    Mazurekphoto

    These are your typical SW Motech high quality, bomber proof construction.

    The install was easy and they provide plenty of protection. This matched with a heavier duty skid plate seem to be the best option for the Sertao. The bars bolt on in places and do not float like the Touratwch upper and crash bars.

    I am very pleased with tthe purchase. Twisted throttle was great to do business with as well.

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    • Alvaro Mattos

      About shippment method. Can you to send to Perú? How much is it? How do You choise wath compa y?

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