Givi RP3101 Aluminum Engine Guard Skid Plate For Suzuki DL650 V-Strom ’12-’16

SKU:Givi RP3101

Description

Givi oil carter protector skid plate provides light weight frontal protection from harsh road and trail conditions.

Will install using simple hand tools with the included installation instructions. read more

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SKU:
Givi RP3101
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Brand:
GIVI
Weight:
4.95 lbs
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Price

$152.00

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$152.00

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Description

  • Constructed of 3mm sturdy aluminum.
  • Offers excellent protection for the vulnerable engine components.
  • Enhances the adventure touring look of the V-Strom DL650

Part Numbers

Our part number: Givi RP3101
Manufacturer Number: RP3101
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 8019606149220

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2012 - 2016 Suzuki V-Strom DL650
All Years Suzuki V-Strom DL650

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2 out of 5 stars

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  1. Coolwhip

    Nice Quality,... But Tough Install

    Coolwhip

    Installed this weekend. You need to have patients if your gonna do this yourself. It fits close to the motor, so room to work is very limited. The skid plate is much more rugged than it appears on line. The oil filter is gonna be tough to access, and no oil drain hole….is the reason for the three star rating. I like the construction and I think it will protect the engine nicely. Hoping I can finagle that filter out without removing the plate. Oil drain hole will be drilled. Recommend it?? As long as you don’t mind reengineering something that an engineer already designed? Sure.

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  2. siskin

    very poor design

    siskin

    difficult to install—-where were the engineers when it was designed—-an annoying job to replace each time one wants to change the filter—-2 judiciously placed holes would make it easier……

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