The OEM hand guard rotated at the base every time the motorcycle was tipped over, and the hand guard had to be repositioned after the motorcycle was raised. The price is quite expensive, but when you buy a ZETA hand guard, you can get a Quantity:Recommendation to buy in Set.
Friction loss seems low. There is also little elongation.
Perhaps due to the chamfered finish of the plate, the thickness of the plating is felt to be even thicker than that of a normal plating chain. Therefore, it seems to have strong rust-preventive power, and its durability is quite good.
The inner LINK is with HolePlate, but at least the weight reduction is that much.
Although the silver plating is calm, the complex shape of the plate gives it a machine-machine look and a surprisingly custom feel.
It is quite expensive, but it is highly durable, so it is recommended for those who want to reduce drive resistance in high power vehicles and also want to keep the appearance of the product. Since it is low friction, it is also recommended for medium and small engine displacement volumes, but the price is too high for us.
I haven't exchanged it yet, but after trying it out, I'm very satisfied with it, so I bought it again in advance.
After replacing the chain, large gear, and small gear at once with Sunstar products about 12,000km last year, I liked it so much that it was different from the genuine product, so I bought it to keep it in stock before I exchanged it.
It is said that there is a little noise compared to the genuine, but I personally did not feel it, and the feeling of acceleration is faster than the genuine because of the lightness.
It was purchased for use on the XSR900, but was not used in the end, and the STD Mounted Product Grip was taken and used. Reasons for not using it include
Length is 5mm shorter than OEM Product There is a non-slip rib that OEMs don't have.
Certainly, even if it is 5mm shorter, it would be possible to use it if the inner diameter and Wire fixing part are the same Size. Also, Grip will probably go in even if there is some Rib to prevent slipping. The Instruction Manual also lists the XSR900 as a compatible model, but it clearly states that some models require modifications, etc. The Manufacturer is not at fault, as even the actual photo is posted and shows the length and rib properly.
It is easy to assume that they are exactly the same shape as compliant products.
Just by installing these parts, the impression will be completely changed.
I think it depends on Motorcycle, but I removed it with Minus.
I used to use it on my CRF250L MD44 from MainMotorcycle, but the HondaDREAM store I went to prohibited me from bringing in parts, so I just had them remove it. At that time, they showed me how they were working on it, and they were doing it by biting a cloth or something on Minus. I removed the minus only, without biting the cloth, based on my memory of that time. For some reason, the Large size came off easily, but the Small size is abnormally hard and difficult to remove, so it is better to apply force carefully so as not to lick it.
Recommendation to do it in Minus rather than in Coin.
I think OEM O-rings should also be replaced without using them all the time.