R&G Right Side engine case slider for BMW S1000RR ’10-’14, HP4 ’13-’14, S1000R ’14-’16

SKU:RG.ECS0062BK
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Description

R&G engine case slider (right hand cylinder) fits neatly and easily to the existing engine case and will provide additional protection in the event of a drop. Fitted with the use of a tough silicon sealant (provided with the kit) for secure adhesion. read more

Product Documents

SKU:
RG.ECS0062BK
Categories:
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Brand:
R&G
Weight:
.25 lbs
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Price

$60.99

Quantity

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Total

$60.99

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Description

The LHS Engine Case Slider RG.ECS0099BK is available here.

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.ECS0062BK
Manufacturer Number: ECS0062BK
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780318864

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2009 - 2014 BMW S1000RR
2013 - 2014 BMW HP4
2014 - 2020 BMW S1000R
All Years BMW HP4
All Years BMW S1000R
All Years BMW S1000RR

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  1. Gdaallah

    Gdaallah

    Easy to install. It will probably help protecting the cases. Way too expensive for a little piece of plastic, but inline with most products for this bike. You still need to get frame sliders.

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  2. MotherGoose

    Excellent fit, looks great

    MotherGoose

    I bought both the right and left side engine case sliders after a drop on a slanted parking lot. Damage was slight, merely a scratch, but drove the point home what could have happened. Both case sliders were installed within a minute of two and the fit and finish were great. Added bonus the left side case slider covered the slight scratch that occurred in the parking lot. The only beef I have is they are quite pricey for what they are. I understand the machining that goes into them along with the set up for many different models, however $75 seems a tad high. On the other hand they might save me a lot of money if I’m unlucky enough to have the bike fall over again.

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