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Protect Your Bike Parts With Hayabusa Frame Sliders

By Kim Hubbard

Frame sliders are also called frame protectors, so called because it protects the bike parts particularly the ones near the frame. They are accessories for motorcycles needed to protect the bike’s side fairings and other components from cracks and damage in the event of crash or accidents; or prevent the bike from strong impact upon dropping.

The Hayabusa Chrome Spiked Frame Sliders and the Chrome Smooth Frame Sliders were manufactured with matching caps. These caps were especially designed to cover the center bolt for a cleaner look. The engine bolts on the left and right side of the fairings are the usual location for the frame sliders. Because the caps are made of CNC Machined 6061 billet aluminum and quality chrome, one can be assured that the caps are corrosive-free and abrasion-free. To add to the attractiveness of your bike, all Hayabusa frame sliders match the full line of their spiked chrome parts and accessories. These sliders are also custom-fit for Hayabusas and are manufactures in the USA.

The hayabusa frame sliders protect your fairings and frame in the event of a fall or unexpected accident, in other words, they serve as the sacrificial parts to protect the fragile parts of the bike. They provide decreased risk of potential damage for the expensive suspension components, wheels, and other parts of the bike because in the event of a fall, it is the first one that makes contact with the ground before the rest of the bike. Hard-mounted foot pegs, can also serve as a buffer between the ground and the bike’s frame and components, but a risk-causing spill can cause extensive damage when left out unexpectedly.

The location for the installation of the Hayabusa frame sliders are usually done on the engine bolts on the left and right side fairings. The bolts are expensive to manufacture because of its intricate craftsmanship but you get your money’s worth because these long and strongest bolts are not brittle and does not snap off easily on impact. Cutting of the fairings is a must to make it sure that the installation of the Hayabusa frame slider is a perfect fit. Cutting is done so that the fairings are modified before mounting it to the strong point of the frame providing the ultimate protection the bike will need. The impact of a fall allows equal force distributed to a larger area minimizing damage caused by the fall. This is considered as the most expensive way of mounting the sliders; but damage will not be as extensive in the long run, because it was mounted on a very strong location. This is by far the most popular mounting method used by most sports riders, amateur and professional racers because this method provides the strongest foundation for the sliders. You will not be bothered anymore of the installation because all the mounting hardware is already included when you purchase one.

You need to make a firm decision when you’re putting in hard-earned money to buy frame sliders. But considering the advantages of the custom hayabusa frame sliders, you wouldn’t have second thoughts in its purchase because of the quality of the materials used, the superiority of workmanship, and the undeniable protection it gives to the bike parts and most especially, to the rider as well.

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Hubbard, Kim "Protect Your Bike Parts With Hayabusa Frame Sliders." Protect Your Bike Parts With Hayabusa Frame Sliders. 2 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 22 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/automotive/protect-your-bike-parts-with-hayabusa-frame-sliders/>.

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Hubbard, K (2010, July 2). Protect Your Bike Parts With Hayabusa Frame Sliders. Retrieved July 22, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/automotive/protect-your-bike-parts-with-hayabusa-frame-sliders/

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