SW-MOTECH Crash Bars Engine Guards for Kawasaki Z1000 ’10-’16

SKU:SBL.08.647.10000.B
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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.

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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.

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Our part number: SBL.08.647.10000.B
Manufacturer part number: SBL.08.647.10000/B

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  1. Alex laramée

    presque parfait

    Alex laramée

    fit both-on, facile à installer, déguise pas la moto!! très content!!! un seul point négatif, le hardware kit est silver…. should be paint in black!!!!!

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  2. TheFunkDr

    Perfect Fit!

    TheFunkDr

    I bought these for my ’15 Z1000 as most frame sliders offered look horrible, or are severely overpriced… Kawasaki I’m looking in your direction. Shipping was fast, price was awesome, and Twisted Throttle was easy to deal with.

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  3. GHall

    Best Money Ever Spent

    GHall

    These things are the real deal. Crashed tested at the track and they held up beautifully. Protected the bike from thousands in damage. Very well built. These bars drew a lot of attention even from track riders. In fact, they held up so well in the crash I just slapped some paint over the impact areas and kept going.

    They mount to the engine mounts so you know there won’t be any frame bending going on. These don’t “fold over” like other, weaker crash bars do but are properly mounted to the frame to prevent damage to the frame tabs too. Seriously the best bang for you buck in terms of crash protection for your Z.

    If twisted has these back in stock anytime soon I’ll definitely be picking up a second set as a spare!

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  4. era

    Very Pleased

    era

    Happy with everything about it. It is a pretty penny to spend on peace of mind. However, it is a much better option than a couple of sliders. They look great!

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  5. Southwade

    It worked!

    Southwade

    I crash tested them and they saved the engine from damage. They were a little bent in, but the engine was untouched. Getting a second set to replace them.

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  6. Francois

    Great crash cage!

    Francois

    The installation is quite easy (you will need a torque wrench) and the cages look great.
    I also use them as a footrest when riding longer distances.
    I low-sided my bike with these cages on, the cage took most of the damage, my grip and turn signal got damaged, but the rest was fine. Saved my bike from being stranded.

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