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    Hello everyone, I just bought my first TL1000r this morning. I couldnt sleep last night because my girlfriend broke up with me. I drove an hour with my friend to his brother house and got myself a present
    Can you guys recommend me a good frame slider for the Tl1000r. I want to protect my bike but there are so many websites to choose.
    http://img530.imageshack.us/img530/9897/dsc02525y.jpg

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    Re: TL1000r Frame slider

    I looked at the picture, nice bike. My opinion is if you really want protection get one of those stunter cages. My TLR had frame sliders on when I got it (not sure what kind) and one of them fell off the other broke in a low speed (15mph) get off. That one broke my coolant resivour open. I'd trust a stunt cage before I ever thought about another frame slider.

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    • #3
      Re: TL1000r Frame slider

      I still have two sets of frame sliders, that I make. You can look in the for sale section and the group buy section for a listing.

      Do not buy that stainless steel crap from ebay, they are junk as many people here have found out.

      I just had someone crash on mine, at the track. He said that he loved them, worked perfect and he was right back in the race.

      Welcome aboard.

      I also have a billet clutch cover that a frame slider can be added too.
      Vanzuki.com - Click the banner below, to see what I have for your bike.

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      • #4
        Re: TL1000r Frame slider

        http://www.tlplanet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=81232
        Vanzuki.com - Click the banner below, to see what I have for your bike.

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        • #5
          Re: TL1000r Frame slider

          If you want frame siders get vans. He makes quality stuff. I just got a bunch of parts from him. Top notch haven't sean anything that compares.

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          • #6
            Re: TL1000r Frame slider

            And welcome

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            • #7
              Re: TL1000r Frame slider

              Originally posted by vandriver View Post
              I still have two sets of frame sliders, that I make. You can look in the for sale section and the group buy section for a listing.

              Do not buy that stainless steel crap from ebay, they are junk as many people here have found out.

              I just had someone crash on mine, at the track. He said that he loved them, worked perfect and he was right back in the race.

              Welcome aboard.

              I also have a billet clutch cover that a frame slider can be added too.
              If that was me van I wasn't using your frame sliders, I already had a set of intuitive sliders when you made yours so I didn't get yours. But I did have the sliders on my clutch cover and it kept the body and cases intact well. I will post pics later, but I went down at about 9k rpms in 3rd gear and slid about 100-150 ft across the asphalt and was able to pick the bike up, hop on and get back in the game.
              Mike Rock
              NESBA #506 '98 TLR
              American cycle performance MRP motorsports

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              • #8
                Re: TL1000r Frame slider

                Oh, and just a note to the op. Intuitive doesn't make frame sliders for the r anymore, so buy vans all his parts are insanely good.
                Mike Rock
                NESBA #506 '98 TLR
                American cycle performance MRP motorsports

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                • #9
                  Re: TL1000r Frame slider

                  I fitted some of vans last w/end. It wasn't fun, only coz the frame bolts were so friggin'n tight , but quality item, very heavy dudey !
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                  • #10
                    Re: TL1000r Frame slider

                    Originally posted by Mikey75702 View Post
                    If that was me van I wasn't using your frame sliders, I already had a set of intuitive sliders when you made yours so I didn't get yours. But I did have the sliders on my clutch cover and it kept the body and cases intact well. I will post pics later, but I went down at about 9k rpms in 3rd gear and slid about 100-150 ft across the asphalt and was able to pick the bike up, hop on and get back in the game.
                    Here is some pics of the bike, and vans slider clutch cover. between the frame sliders, the cover slider, the swing arm spool, the rearset, and the clipon end, the bodywork was almost untouched.






                    (dent in the tank was already there)
                    Mike Rock
                    NESBA #506 '98 TLR
                    American cycle performance MRP motorsports

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