SW-MOTECH Crash Bars Engine Guards for BMW F800GS Adventure ’14-’18

SKU:SBL.07.427.10000.B
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Description

Protect the radiator and lower fairing of your motorcycle to keep your adventure from seizing with SW-MOTECH Crash Bars Engine Guards. read more

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SKU:
SBL.07.427.10000.B
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Weight:
13.97730741 lbs
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Price

$227.95

Quantity

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Total

$227.95

Description

The SW-MOTECH Crash Bars Engine Guards will help protect the radiator and lower fairing of your motorcycle from on road and off road damage.

  • Heavy-duty mild steel construction.
  • Designed to provide maximum protection.
  • Treated for corrosion resistance.
  • Powder-coated black finish.
  • No loss of cornering clearance.
  • Strong frame connections.
  • Tube diameter of 27mm (1.06in).
  • Includes left and right crashbars.
  • Mounting hardware included.
  • Requires no permanent modifications.

Fits:

  • BMW F800GS Adventure 2014-2018

Part Numbers

Our part number: SBL.07.427.10000.B
Manufacturer Number: SBL.07.427.10000/B
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 4052572025383

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2014 - 2018 BMW F800GS Adventure
All Years BMW F800GS
All Years BMW F800GS Adventure

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  1. Neil

    Thick and protective

    Neil

    There are only three crash bars available for the F800GSA, I looked at others including ADV designs and Hepco and Becker and this one made my top list for these reasons:
    1- The bars attach to the frame, HB attaches to the weak piece of metal that holds the instrument cluster, in case of crash that piece will bend and the dashboard might break, seems a long way from where is impact is but that’s where the force is transferred.
    2- Price, if the crash bars cost over $400 from other brands, it would be enervating to bend them or scratch them; These offer enough protection and for the price if they get used a lot and want to keep the bike , I can get another one
    The cons:
    In order for these to work well, you must have a good hand/lever protection, preferably something with aluminum: when the bike crashes the bars protect the bottom half of the radiator plastic guard, in case the bike roll a bit, the handlebar guards would keep the top half away from impact.
    Hope this helps

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  2. cam4569

    Couldn't ask for more

    cam4569

    After reading many reviews of the brand including an insurance adjuster who said that these hold up the best during a crash I decided to give them a shot. So far I haven’t crashed but the fit is great, and they are much stronger than the factory bars. I have no doubt these will take a beating. Install was quick and easy. They look better in person than the stock photos

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  3. cam4569

    Couldn't ask for more

    cam4569

    After reading many reviews of the brand including an insurance adjuster who said that these hold up the best during a crash I decided to give them a shot. So far I haven’t crashed but the fit is great, and they are much stronger than the factory bars. I have no doubt these will take a beating. Install was quick and easy. They look better in person than the stock photos

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  4. Droid

    Does what it’s intended to do.

    Droid

    As I was paying for gas someone hammered the back of my GS800 adventure at the pump. It was sent back a few feet on its side. The bars saved it. I big gouge and scratches on the so his insurance will be getting me a new set.

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