SW-MOTECH KOBRA Handguards for Select Yamaha Motorcycles

SKU:HPR.00.220.21800.B
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Description

SW Motech KOBRA Handguards feature top quality and an edgy modern style. These badarse plastics provide great protection and aggressive styling for you Dark Knights of Enduro.

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$170.95 USD

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Description

Made from high-performance polypropylene with a powder coated black aluminum backbone plastics come in menacing black only.

Features:

  • Polypropylene plastic
  • Full-wrap aluminum frame
  • Motorcycle specific mounting design 

Included:

  • 2 KOBRA Handguards
  • 2 solid aluminum frames
  • Mounting hardware
  • Mounting instructions
Fitment Notes

2014-2017 Yamaha FZ-09

2018-2019 Yamaha MT-09

2018-2019 Yamaha XSR700

2016-2019 Yamaha XSR900

Part Numbers

Our part number: HPR.00.220.21800.B
GTIN13 / EAN: 4052572026540

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Yamaha

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  1. FZ09

    Good end product, headache getting there

    FZ09

    I’ll chalk this one up as a rushed product (hopefully). SW sent 2 sets of handlebar insert bolts, 1 longer than the other.. I thought, well, when in doubt go long. The long ones weren’t long enough to allow you to use the small black spacer. I thought, well, maybe its not needed for this setup. Put it all together, throttle stuck, will open, manual close stuck… Awesome.. Long story short after a trip to every hardware store in town to find metric bolts long enough to use the spacer needed to keep the aluminum arm away from the throttle tube, they’re on without causing any problems. Guards look good, you’ll just have to hardware shop..

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