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London Home Page > Vehicles > Motorbikes parts and accessories > R & G AERO CRASH PROTECTORS for APRILIA DORSODURO 1200 2011 on


Posted on: Tuesday 22 October
Posting no: 7932935878

These Black Aero Style Crash Protectors are suitable for the Aprilia Dursoduro 1200. These protectors are fitted across the two engine mounts for added strength. The mounting blocks are created from high grade, light weight, anodised aluminium to blend with the polished frame of this magnificent Italian beauty. Protectors are black and supplied with bolts, spacers etc. No modifications required.

R & G Part Number CP0221BL. Price is for a pair.

R&G Aero Bobbins are a stylish, aerodynamic, teardrop shaped bobbin improving on the original good looks of our highly successful and popular standard round bobbins. Fitted with a removable end cap which hides the bobbins fittings, this sleek new design looks superb and is a winner on road and track!

R&G kits are designed to take stresses away from the frame, through the use of compression sleeves inside the bobbins and de-embrittled bolts, which provide the first weak point. They are also attached to the strongest part of the frame.

Modern motorcycles are designed to be as lightweight as possible. The only downside to this is the fact that as a result there are very few places on a bike with enough strength to take a direct impact without breaking. Many companies make crash protectors that fit onto completely unsuitable places on a bike, such as 6mm fairing screws, laterally mounted bracketry (which could fold in on impact) or unsupported frame spars which could easily bend or break. In our experience the only place on most modern bikes capable of dissipating these kinds of forces is the point where the frame meets the engine: the keystone of the bike.

In some cases this may mean a small fairing modification, but the alternative is fitting a kit which makes unacceptable comprises and could actually focus impact forces onto wholly unsuitable components causing even more damage.

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