PSR Frame Sliders

$119.95

Rating 3.75 of 5 (10 Reviews)

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PSR Frame Sliders
  • A must have protection for every bike
  • Minimizes damages in the event of a crash
  • Fairing modifications may be required to some models
  • Available in black or carbon inlay

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  • CBR1000RR : 2004–2005

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What Other Riders Are Saying...

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BIKE SAVERS!

These sliders have saved me thousands upon thousands of dollars. They saved my bike (Yamaha R1) from being completely totaled in two serious crashes, plus dropping the bike many times. They look great, were easy to install (drilling through fairings with a hole saw), and look great. They have clearly paid for themselves MANY times over again.

Brian - November 4, 2016

(Colorado Springs, CO)

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Frame sliders

Just installed a set on 2016 zx10r,took less then 5 mins to remove OEM frame bolts and replace with PSR frame sliders, no instructions were needed. Simple and really easy to do.No cutting,or drilling of any type.

William - May 24, 2016

(Palmdale, CA)

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PSR FRAME SLIDERS

Installed within 30 mins. Look awesome! Fit and finish are smooth. I hope I never need to use them.

Dave G. - June 3, 2013

(Trenton, NJ)

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psr frame sliders

Parts look good & feel solid. I was assured they would fit my bike. To make them work I will have to come up with more spacers that match, and a main bolt at least 4" longer than the one included. Both will be hard to come by. Considering returning item.

paul - July 13, 2012

(union city, TN)

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PSR Frane Sliders

Doesn’t come with instructions, hard to keep lined up when using engine bolt mount. Seem solid haven't had up use them yet. Hope I never do. You get what you pay for.

Ryan - May 31, 2012

(Louisville, OH)

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Instructions not included

Installed on a Kawi Ninja 250: There's a reason the sticker on the box says "To be installed by a certified mechanic." Only a mechanic is PAID to go through the level of frustration of installing these things. That being said, it's still do-able and they look pretty good.

Aaron - May 31, 2012

(Aurora, CO)

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Frame sliders

High quality product, construction wise it feels very solid. I had to find a certain spacer for the right hand slider to attach properly. And as for the left slider, it sticks out way too far on the bike. I'm nervous that if I low-side on the track, the slider will catch on something and flip my bike. It's a fairly easy fix, just cut the slider to a desired length then attach it to the bike. The instructions were terrible, but it's a fairly straightforward task installing them.

Andrew - November 14, 2011

(Kelowna, BC)

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PSR frame sliders

Nice product, but the kit comes with no info/directions at all, kinda weird. I got it all installed, I think the spacers are too short on the right side, so I made an additional spacer out of a piece of Delrin and a longer bolt.

mike - June 13, 2011

(st pete, FL)

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Great for the money

They look great and were easy to install. The only downside is that they barely stick out past the tank. Other frame sliders I have seen seem to offer more protection.

Oliver - March 30, 2011

(Fort Huchuca, AZ)

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sliders

the frame sliders are very short I thought they were going to be longer w/ more carbon fiber for the price I paid. there is about an eighth in strip of carbon fiber and they don’t stick out far enough to protect much of anything. of course installation was fine because the just screw in but depending what type of bike you have you'll have to cut for any type. I did not have to cut for my 02 zx6r

Dan - July 7, 2010

(coopersburg, PA)