- Condition = New
- Color = Black
- Material = UHMW-PE (ultra high molecular weight polyethylene)
- Slider dimensions = Approx. 3" in length and 2" in diameter for the frame
sliders, approx. 1.5" in length and 1.75" in diameter for the front axle
sliders, approx. 4" in overall length, 2" in diameter for the
rear axle sliders.
- NO CUT or plastic fairings modification required
- Fit Models = HONDA 2008 to 2012 CB1000R
- Honda = A complete protection kit for the above bike model, it includes front
axle, frame and rear axle sliders. The Frame sliders feature a new design of a
complete solid puck without a hollowed-out center. This increases the strength
and contact surface to about 30%. The spacer is bolted to the engine mount and
the slider puck is screwed onto it. Since this spacer is made of solid billet
aluminum there is no need for re-tightening the engine bolt in the long run
where you have to do so with plastic slider as the plastic would gradually give
in and therefore making the bolt loose. The puck material are made of UHMW-PE
(ultra high molecular weight polyethylene), a tough plastic with good strength,
wear resistance and dimensional stability. It is more dimensionally stable than
Nylon and used in many industrial ball bearing and friction reducing
applications. Compared to Delrin, it is softer but tougher. Delrin is harder but
more brittle. It is an ideal material for slider since it can absorb more impact
force onto itself and therefore reduce the impact on the frame and engine. The
slider pucks can be inexpensively replaced in case of a low-side. The bolt is
made of grade 6 stainless steel. We use highest grade commercially available
12.9(177,000 psi in tensile strength) wherever possible. Rest assured that you
are getting the best material commercially available.
Copyright Notes: At T-Rex Racing, Inc. we spend countless hours in
developing and testing our products. We will work with our IP attorney at "The Law office of Daniel Swayze Jr." in Plano, TX to
actively enforce the copyright laws for our products.
Federal law also provides civil and criminal penalties and fines up to $250,000
for the unauthorized reproduction, distribution or sale of copyrighted
design(Title 17, United States Code, Section 501 and 508). The FBI investigates
allegations of criminal copyright infringement (Title 17, United States Code,
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