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So I find myself going to Jennings soon, and really need to get a good set of quality frame sliders for the 08. I do NOT want to cut plastic, and I know in order to eliminate that, you have to get that special bracket to mount them, so my question is, what is a good set of sliders to pick up?
 

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I would say go with the Woodcraft cut-style sliders.

But, if you really are set on no-cuts, call Brad (lexus rx) up at superbike supply and get some Motivation no-cut sliders. They seem to be one of the top recommended no-cuts.
 

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Defo go with cut sliders, no cut aint worth shit, and i agree with h82loze with the woodcraft, they are easy to fit.
 

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Try the LSL, they are a no cut solution they cover the cases on both sides with a braket and slidder puck, bit expensive, but I'd cut the fairings...
 

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But, if you really are set on no-cuts, call Brad (lexus rx) up at superbike supply and get some Motivation no-cut sliders. They seem to be one of the top recommended no-cuts.
Unfortunately, Motovation only offers no-cuts for the '04-'07 1000RR.
 

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Alright, so since everybody is saying to go ahead and cut, can you recommend a good set of sliders that require the cut?
 

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Not sure which to recommend for your 08... but beware of turn 8(ATE).:stirpot:
Yeah, a couple of the guys from the other forum i'm on (Jaxsb) have dumped down at turn 8, it's a bitch! Summit Point had a real nasty one also on the Shenandoah cirquit last time I raced there, I about smacked into the wall on my 5th lap :beat:
 

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Woodcraft as I mentioned above. They have more puck material and don't stick out as far as others. You'll find they come highly recommended.
 

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Woodcraft as I mentioned above. They have more puck material and don't stick out as far as others. You'll find they come highly recommended.
How hard is it to cut without messing up the plastic? I've seen a few cuts where it has cracked outwards after time.
 

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How hard is it to cut without messing up the plastic? I've seen a few cuts where it has cracked outwards after time.
Not hard. You just use a 2" hole saw drill bit. There are a few threads on it.
The hardest part is finding the spot to drill. The 2 easiest methods are either the laser pointer or the Play-doh methods.
 
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