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  • Sicass Racing Left Hand Plastic Pivot Mirror

    Ed in NY

    Only useful to make you legal, not to see behind yo...

    If you want a mirror that is legal, but not useful at all, this is the mirror for you. It is so flimsy that it shakes and moves so much while riding on a smooth road, that I have to adjust it every time I stop, even when it is tightened to the max. I can't imagine another mirror being worse overall than this one.

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  • Acerbis Super Motard Front Fender

    Trevor in NB

    Acerbis fender a big improvement for the KLR650

    Installed on 2008 KLR and the difference is huge. I no longer get pushed around by the wind and the Acerbis is a better look than the Kawasaki beak (IMO)

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  • Polisport UFX Free Flow Front Fender

    Ryan in CA

    Awesome fender

    I love this fender. It looks so much better than the stock fender that came on my Honda CRF250L.

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  • Enduro Engineering Ultra Rear Disc Guard

    AARON in NC

    Not worth the price

    I've used this disk guard for around a year now and it does it's job. The only negative I've had is it doesn't allow the brake caliper to slide properly which puts the brakes in a bind. I'm taking mine off

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  • SW-MOTECH Aluminum Skid Plate

    Alexander in OR

    Skid Plate on 2015 KLR 650

    Ease of Installation - Very difficult and frustrating to install. For several hours, I went back and forth to each side of the bike, attempting to remove all the bolts and replace them starting in another area. I tried bending the brackets and using pure muscle power (not ever a good idea). I tried using zip ties in all of the holes to align it before placing the bolts. I used a second person to hold from the other side and help pull it in place. No matter where I started, I could only get two bolts started and the other two bolt holes would be out of line by 15-20mm each time. Finally, before going to return the skid plate, I tried several combinations of removing the rubber grommets and flanged spacers. The only way I could get the plate to fit was to leave out all four rubber grommets and flanged spacers, keeping only the bolts, washers, and rear spacers. This is an easy solution in the end, but when you go install a product according to the directions, it should fit as stated in the directions. Value - Falls in line with similarly priced skid plates for KLR 650. Durability - The plate itself is very thick and I've already hit several obstacles of road that have put minor scratches into it that would have broken the stock plate. I think the plate itself will last a long time but I'm worried that leaving out the flanged spacers and rubber grommets (described above) will ultimately reduce the lifespan of the product. Fitment - Once on, the plate fits perfectly and covers all of the areas it is designed to. The rear oil drain opening even lines up pretty well. Fits with Tusk crash bars on 2015 KLR 650. Protection- Gives amazing protection. Far beyond the capabilities of the stock plate which was cracking from just the vibration of the motorcycle. Coverage- Not sure what "coverage" is supposed to indicate, so I gave it a middle of the road score.

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  • Double Take Replacement Enduro Mirror

    paul in WA

    Work great on a ktm 500

    Well built and tough. They stay in place and fold down out of the way nicely.

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