Charles (Redmond )
The kit is top notch plastic fits well on KTM. I have bought compleat plastic kit for a DRZ 400E not too long ago and it fit great! What would be nice is more choices in colors. KTM is black or orange, Suzuki Yellow, black, or white. Blue is a good color for both of these bikes?? Superstore is awesome fast delivery and decent prices.
Tim (spokane )
Product will fit fine and do what it's made to do.. however it looks nothing like what is shown in the picture. It's a different shape than what I see in the picture plus its doesn't have the white Acrebis logo on it anywhere. Would not recommend.
Bronson (El Cajon )
I put these on my DR650 and even though the fit took a little bit of time to get just right, the end product wasn't bad. That was, until yesterday when I took a nearly stopped fall and the right guard bent in to the point that it was constantly putting pressure on the front brake. The left guard when viewed from the top sits with a nice 90° sweep coming from the bar end around the lever, the right guard came forward from the bar end barely enough to clear the throttle and then took a hard left almost to a 45° angle. I pulled it off and made the trip home. I did what I could to restore the shape and even though it is usable again, I cannot even fit my pinky between the guard and my lever so my bet is that the next fall breaks my lever too. I am very disappointed with the performance of these given the price and will not be going with Acerbis again when the time comes to replace them, if they bend that much with a less than 5 mph drop then in the event of a higher speed wipeout I might as well not have any at all since my lever would be toast anyway.
AJ (Blue Ridge )
I love this product and have bought a couple of them now, but there are a few things to know if you're considering it. First, the "coverage", or rain and mud/splash protection, is not very high. This fender is on the small side and stylish, and wasn't designed for "max protection", which would probably make it ugly. Secondly, installation requires you to drill four holes that closely match the pattern of the stock fender, or else you could mount it crooked and not be happy with it. That said, it's pretty easy to get it straight. You can use your old fender, the bike's mounting holes, or the template that comes with the fender to drill the holes correctly. Just take your time to get the location of the holes accurate so the fender mounts straight, and use the little metal "hat" washers to prevent crushing the plastic with the bolts. I hope this helps!
Jody (milton freewater )
So far so good only have one ride on it so I cant give any long term feed back the slider bolted on easily no mods using the stock hardware.
Andrew (New Milford )
Fit and quality are perfect but I was expecting the one in the picture.instead I got an exact copy of the stock fender so I was a little let down.