David (Ogema )
Awesome fit and finish. Mounted by myself in a out 10 minutes. Hope I never need to use it but looks like it will work well.
Nathan (Gorham )
As with most things Yoshi, these spools are high quality and fit as they should on my '15 S1000RR. They do the job. I am a little disappointed with the overall size of the spool. They are very small and don't do a good job of guiding the rear stand into the proper position...allowing the easy mistake of scratching the swingarm if you're not very careful. I would love to see a larger lip, especially on the inside edge of the spool to protect the swingarm.
Greg (REDWOOD CITY )
These are clearly very high quality spools which threaded up perfectly with my 2015 Ninja 1000. I've mounted them and subsequently jacked up the back end with my track stand. However, through no fault of the spools, the stock exhaust on my bike can hit the spools if I go over a bump. The Ninja 1000 has a weird exhaust shape, and until I change it out, I'll have to use some different spools. Somewhat disappointing because they look and work perfectly otherwise. I ended up using the Keiti Mini Swingarm Spools, which are just a bit shorter, and hence, they clear the exhaust cans even when the suspension is compressed. I'm hanging on to these spools though, for when I change out my exhaust. So, in short, I recommend these spools for any bike, except the Ninja 1000 with stock cans. For this use the Keiti MINI Swingarm Spools.
curtis (lexington )
fit perfect just as advertised the finish wasnt as durable as i would like but for the price but i cant complain i would recommend these to anyone
Greg (REDWOOD CITY )
The gen 4 Ninja 1000 has stock exhaust pipes very close to the swingarm. So finding spools that will fit the bike without hitting the stock cans is a bit of challenge. I had already tried a few without luck. These keiti mini spools work perfectly. I tried them out, and even compressed the suspension a few times. They fit with plenty of clearance, and they work great with my pitbull trackstand. So now they are threadlocked in place (with loctite blue, of course) because they can stay in all the time.
gordon (muskogee )
M hitch lasted 2 months before it got so rusty i think it will fall off. Crappy chrome...