R&G Aero Style Frame Sliders for Yamaha FZ-07 ’14-’17, MT-07 ’18-’19 & XSR700 ’18-’19

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A drop can be either a great story or an expensive experience that could leave you stranded. Keep the odds in favor of great stories with the protection and good looks of the R&G Aero Style Frame Sliders. read more

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R&G Aero Style Front Frame Sliders help protect the frame fairing motor and radiator from damage in the event of a drop or crash.

  • No modification to the fairing is necessary.
  • Stylish and aerodynamic teardrop shaped bobbins.
  • Removable end caps to hide fittings. 
  • High-density durable and replaceable nylon bobbins.
  • High-tensile steel bolts are de-embrittled to bend rather than snap upon impact.
  • Used by the some of the worlds top race teams.

The protector itself is machined from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) – chosen because as it wears it actually helps to slow a sliding bike. The bolts used are also de-embrittled steel; working as a shock absorber to bend instead of snapping or staying rigid – which could twist the mounting point.

Fitment Notes

2014-2017 Yamaha FZ-07

2018-2019 Yamaha MT-07

2018-2019 Yamaha XSR700

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.CP0365.BL
Manufacturer Number: CP0365BL
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780394073


Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2014 - 2017 Yamaha FZ-07
2018 - 2020 Yamaha MT-07
2018 - 2020 Yamaha XSR700
All Years Yamaha FZ-07
All Years Yamaha MT-07
All Years Yamaha XSR700

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  1. TravelFroggy

    Easy to install and looks solid.


    Was easy to install (you would need a torque wrench). Looks solid and good on the bike. Hope never actually test it’s performance thought 🙂 but it does give me some peace on mind about my naked bike being protected at least in case of minor silly spills and taking “naps”. I have installed frame sliders, fork, and swingarm sliders, all from R&G.

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