06-16-2011, 09:14 PM
Was wondering if the no-cut IRP frame sliders were any good, or if i should just go with a cut slider, bc all i have is liability, so sliders are my "insurance"...i teasted the vortex no cuts on a gsxr 1000 and they worked outstanding..i was thinking they worked so good bc the brackets only offset the slider a tad, if the offset brackets were long i would definitely go with a cut slider, but IRP offsets look to be short as well,so they look like they would not hurt motor or frame if bike went down. I guess let me know your opinions on no-cut, versus cut sliders on the new 2011 750.:biggrin
06-17-2011, 08:55 AM
I bought the yosh sliders... I don't really care about cutting as im not taking the sliders off.. they seem stronger, and lower down to gave a better angle to protect more it looks like.. im sure all do a good job. I had no cuts on my 03 and when it went down at the track the adapter bent in.. saved alot still but did bend in quite a bit..
06-17-2011, 10:19 AM
:cheersgixxerman check out the new no-cut sliders (shogun) at moto911.com
06-17-2011, 05:07 PM
the shogun no-cuts are the same as the intuitive racing products sliders....the bracket goes up in front of the frame so they can only bend in 1/8inch or so, the frame behind it sort of serves as extra protection i guess,.....still havent decided whether or not to go with no cut IRP or SHOGUN sliders, or just to get the cut ones, like i say, my sliders are my insurance, so they gotta be top notch
06-17-2011, 06:01 PM
gixxerman82....... have you tried statefarm.. i was quoted 478$ with progressive.. so i went just liability.. then seen a cat at the shop on a CBR1000RR that had 100 miles and was totaled.. he was 22 with 1 ticket.. paid 62$ a month with statefarm.. i called statefarm and they want 44$ a month.. just letting you know
06-17-2011, 08:15 PM
yea, i got state farm insurance on my bikes.....im bout to just hit it with full coverage since its the bike i ride most all the time.............i just gonna keep liability on my vstar 950 and my 09 gsxr 1000, but am gonna up it to full coverage on my 2011 750.....may drop to liability in a year or two, but for now i think im gonna get it. I been using state farm since i started riding 5 yrs ago, they have always been the best and cheapest, but thank u for the thought.