|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|06-01-2015 04:03 AM|
|2wheelObsessed||Lol don't listen to the haters bud it's your bike do whatever your little heart desires to it! Especially since u said u DONT wanna chop it up but r looking for a way to mount protection without cutting it all up. And hey 1 FuckUp and you'll b very happy u had it protected. I personally hate the way crash cages look on a bike but to each his own. Cut that mutha up and enjoy!|
|05-30-2015 06:22 PM|
|KowTipper||Nice to know protecting my bike as much as I can while running it on drag day is considered bastardizing it.|
|05-30-2015 05:10 PM|
|zx12mark||It would be better if you sell that nice bike to someone who won`t bastardize it.Now go away and never come back till you have your mind right LUKE.........|
|05-30-2015 07:04 AM|
|KowTipper||Nah nothing like that. Ill be damned if it gets more than a hole drilled in the plastic. Looking to see if anyone here knows of multiple front end mounting points so I can effectively mount a cage, instead of chop and f#ck it up.|
|05-30-2015 06:59 AM|
I don't think you'll find many stunters here who can help you out with that mate. Sorry to hear about a brand new ZX10R getting chopped out. |
|05-30-2015 06:50 AM|
2014 ZX10r Crash/Stunt Cage Help
Help me, fellow two wheel family! I know how to bend and weld pipe, but need to know where to mount, or where ALL appropriate mounts are for a crash CAGE on a 2014 ZX10r. I love the piped and caged look, so the more the better, to an extent. Not looking to go full blown street fighter and naked, but I can/will do away with one or two of the plastics if need be, but am trying to refrain from drilling or tapping metal. Looking to full on cage, not just a race rail, so hopefully three or more mounting points if possible. Need to protect my little green booger whilst being an idiot.
Side dish; are sub frames really worth it for the casual idiot?
Yes, I can just use sliders, but I want the cage. I like the cage.
Yes I know it hinders leans and ability to crawl to low angles.