As of July 2019 here are some web resources for '08 and newer CBR 1000 crash protection. These are today's search results from both Google and Duck. I mean, I'm looking for frame sliders at this point, so why not take a little time and relay what I've found so far. There are pros and cons for each choice, naturally, and I'm not taking the time to "tic each box" for these products. I don't own it yet, haven't even made up my mind really, and since you're interested it's better you do that anyway. Suffice to say... design/appearance, tests and reviews, price, quality, ready availability of instructions and specs, ease of site navigation, difficulty of product installation... all factor in.
Bike Design - Harwood
LSL on STG website (1000RR.net will not allow endorsement of this retailer so you'll have to figure it out!)
Personally I am always LESS encouraged to buy when a link to the installation PDF is not made readily available. I want to know what I'm getting into. Also the price on at least one of these frame sliders is ASTRONOMICAL. No way Jose'. As a veteran of a some stupid tip-overs and unfortunate low-med speed crashes in my history ridng full-fairing sportbikes, I can say this:
Frame sliders and engine covers (meaning both together) are an extremely worthwhile investment that will save you a lot of sorrow if you dump your bike. Engine covers will likely save the entire machine. Without them, the smallest accident can result in a total loss, or if not a massive repair scenario with all manner of accompanying $$$$.
Frame sliders alone are a worthwhile investment to protect your fairings but will not save you from a hole in your crankcase. While scarred plastic is not as debilitating as a busted engine cover, the ugliness does take the wind of enthusiasm (some) out of your sails as you regard your bike.
Something tells me the frame sliders that install lower on the fairing may offer a little more protection. If I go w/sliders I'm also gonna do axle protection as well. My axles or forks were never damaged in any minor accident, but intuition tells me if you space the axles a little off the ground when the bike is sideways, when combined with fairing protection it may also help save stuff like clip-ons, levers, mirrors, etc.
In closing I have to add, I am a GOD and a KING of "Nah, ain't gonna happen to me, I'm careful..." and just recently I had the STUPIDEST tip over making a turn from a standing stop. I think I was in 2nd instead of first, it's the only explanation. I don't mind appearing a village idiot, I'm just saying, with new plastic on order (no, not factory, I don't like being sexually assaulted from the rear) I am going to take the time and install frame sliders now.
I meant to label the pics but I forgot. If you try "Save As..." with the image you should see the title of the .jpg, which identifies the part.