R&G Classic Style Upper Frame Sliders for KTM Super Duke 990 SMR, 990 ’05-’12, 990 SMT ’08-’13

SKU:RG.CP0153BL
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Description

Constructed of heavy-duty machined steel aluminum high-density nylon R&G frame sliders provide maximum protection and high quality fit and finish. read more

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SKU:
RG.CP0153BL
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Brand:
R&G
Weight:
1 lbs
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Price

$114.99

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$114.99

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Description

This slider was designed to be engine mounted.

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.

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.CP0153BL
Manufacturer Number: CP0153BL
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780308445

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2005 - 2012 KTM Super Duke 990
2008 - 2013 KTM 990 SMT
2009 - 2013 KTM 990 SuperMoto SM / SuperMoto R SMR
All Years KTM 990 SMT
All Years KTM 990 SuperMoto SM / SuperMoto R SMR
All Years KTM Super Duke 990

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  1. Tinwoods

    Tinwoods

    I’ll give these the same review I’ve given most other slider reviews. Along with a good lock, these sliders are the next best way to replace (or supplant) insurance. A month ago, I wrecked my Superduke 990 (anther cager on a cellphone!), and though the bike slid 78-feet according to the cop with the tape, other than the usual broken bar-end mirror, damaged bar-end, shaved brake pedal and scratched shorty brake lever, the only other damage I suffered were my two sets of frame sliders being scored down, the low one to the nub. Instead of an otherwise total write-off of $6000 worth of bike, all it cost to restore my bike to pre-crash status was about a couple hundred bucks — including the slider puck replacements.

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