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post #1 of 12 Old 08-02-2008, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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frame covers or protectors??? seen em?

seen em on the opp site.. but have u seen em not in carbon? 2003/04
or any other companies?

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post #2 of 12 Old 08-02-2008, 01:01 PM
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that is the first time i have ever seen frame protectors


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ya they are kinda cool... i jus really wana get rid of that effin alum frame of mine, but i dont wana tear the bike down to powder coat it
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I considered them but they only cover a small amount of the frame so I decided against it. Never seen them in non carbon.

You can get them way cheaper on eBay.de

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shit i never knew they made them.
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they're made for people that race that don't want to use frame sliders i think
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Yea, all Ive ever seen is c/f and to me they just dont cover enough frame.


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well what i was thinking was that i could use them for the part of the frame that they cover, i can do the subframe in spray myself and the swingarm...leave the middle part of the frame as is...
hmmmmmmm..decisions decisions
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I considered them but they only cover a small amount of the frame so I decided against it. Never seen them in non carbon.

You can get them way cheaper on eBay.de

Can you get german ebay in english!!!
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Can you get german ebay in english!!!
No, just search ZX6R/ZX6RR/ZX636 etc. and go by the pictures. 90% of Germans speak english so it's pretty easy to ask for shipping quotes.

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The frame protectors are great. They are held on by high heat silicone adhesive ( has been done with other products ) and they are great for covering damaged frames or protecting one from damage. I had them on my 636 when I had her.
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Do they make these for the 03 04 models?

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