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Radiator Protectors

Discussion in 'Protection' started by 23Dark, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. 23Dark

    23Dark

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    Anyone know any good brands? That are easy to fit.

    I've seen beowulf

    just wondering what others are out there that people have on theirs and how easy to attach.

    I'm thinking anodised red but Beowulf only have gold.
     
  2. Alf675

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    I've got a r&g one, no idea how easy it was to fit as the dealer done it. It's black but nothing a rattle can wont sort if you want red!
     
  3. midgey46

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    Got an evotech one, can't fault it! And was easy enough to fit with a bit if gentle persuasion!!

    Good quality just like their tail tidies, would recommend it :)
     
  4. midgey46

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    Oh and the evotech is black also.. Looks nice and subtle though, can always spray as said above!
     
  5. midgey46

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    Only photo I have of any of it!

    Excuse the Titanium showing off :lol:
     

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  6. Cox racing do a nice red one, very easy to fit and much lighter than the evotech that I had previously.
     
  7. I've just ordered this on can't wait.
     

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  8. 23Dark

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    Ah ha...that was the other one. It was in my misty memory. I should have known if it was bling.....Gerry!

    Cheers for all your help fellahs. My suzuki radiator looks a bit pitted so want to tidy it up and protect it. For the dark its to keep it looking good but also to stop an expensive radiator.

    So far looks like cox. Plus I like easy.
     
  9. Stu675

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    As an aside. I jetwashed my radiator at the weekend , the bike is now running much cooler now all the mud has been washed away. My radiator guard looks like midge ´s but it obviously doesn't protect against mud.
     
  10. just pressed the buy button on a cox rad from UK Race support. Couldn't really find anywhere else selling it.
     
  11. can any of the branded rad guards be fitted without removing the fairings
     
  12. Has anyone made their own? Could be done a lot cheaper with a bit of pre-painted ally mesh. Ok won't look as good but will serve the purpose.
     
  13. I bought mine from the USA via "riders discount"

    I'm pretty sure you need to take the fairings off to fit all rad guards.
    It's a pretty simple job on the Daytona
     
  14. When I did the gb racing crash kit I managed to remove right fairing but not the left all the cabling by the instrument cluster stopped me. Didn't want to force anything
     
  15. I second the evo tech.
     
  16. The Beowulf one I bought from olukeo as a temp measure to make sure my rad got to the iom and bk fits on with the fairings in place, literally a 5minute job. It's chrome and is forsale now for £20 delivered as I'm ordering the cox racing one in titanium.
    I was told when I was looking the R&G guard requires both fairings to be removed to fit.
    Pretty sure the cox racing ones can be fitted with the fairings still on
     
  17. 23Dark

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    Nice to know lenny. But want red for my dark. Silver or gold for my gixxer k1. But yours wont fit.
     
  18. Bigmac

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    I want a gold one but waiting for funds to build up
     
  19. mesh bought from wickes.... enough to do 2 - 3 rads. £3.99 plus a few cable ties to fit it
    bargain. any colour you can spray it..... already done the s1000rr so fitting it tomorrow to the 675.
     
  20. Any pics of your BISPOKE ( god i hate that word ) rad cover dude!?
     

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