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|08-21-2017 08:55 AM|
|08-21-2017 08:33 AM|
|Duc96cr||I live about a mile down a dirt road. I bought guards for both radiators on my S4RS as soon as I could. I notice quite a few dings in the guards since I installed them so it was a good purchase for me.|
|08-20-2017 06:59 AM|
|08-19-2017 01:06 PM|
Originally Posted by Sonic Duck View Post
Oh hi Mark !
|08-18-2017 11:28 AM|
Originally Posted by lowprofile View Post
|08-18-2017 04:44 AM|
|08-17-2017 07:52 PM|
After finding out what the fuss is on a radiator guard I bought one for my 1200s. COX seems to have a good price.
I was surprised that it looked like a trash can siding with zip ties.
So I told a buddy and what he did was buy a trash can aluminum and cut it up to fill his radiator's front and zip tied it.
He made 2 from a trash can for a couple of bikes.
here are the trash cans that im talking about
|08-17-2017 02:55 PM|
|08-17-2017 12:57 PM|
Originally Posted by bht View Post
Pro-tip : if you get the FULL guard set from Evotech (Radiator+H.cylinder+oil cooler) you're bound to save a couple of dollars/€, thing is, the oil cooler already has an OEM guard and the H.cylinder doesn't really need one as both on my previous M796 and the 1200 i've never noticed any debris scrapes etc, so, you only really need the radiator guard.
XDiavel eh ? It's probably going to be my next bike if and when Ducati decides to A) release a model with center foot controls as standard and B) new liveries, a black-red one like the Diavel carbon red's would work wonders.
Did you put any miles/Km's on it before selling it ? If so, i'd be curious to read a comparison between it and your new M1200R.
|08-17-2017 10:14 AM|
...and that, bht, is how we take a thread off topic!
Get the rad protector. They look cool and they actually do something useful. Unlike my contribution to this thread...
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