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Added the R&G Aero Sliders and the right side of the engine guard. It was quite painful but I finally completed after 3-4 days of ON/OFF working on it.
I cannot but admit it: fairing fitting and re-installing is not my cup of tea.

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I was thinking of getting these frame sliders, how do you like them?
I have not crashed or dropped the bike yet (hope never) with those sliders so I really do not know how they will perform.

In terms of installations, the instructions left a bad taste in the mouth. It's best to view the PDF on an iPad while you are installing it. The printed hardcopy sucks because the pictures were black+white and can't really see it well and the font was super tiny.

Other than that, they are just a pair of sliders: nothing fancy.
 

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I have not crashed or dropped the bike yet (hope never) with those sliders so I really do not know how they will perform.

In terms of installations, the instructions left a bad taste in the mouth. It's best to view the PDF on an iPad while you are installing it. The printed hardcopy sucks because the pictures were black+white and can't really see it well and the font was super tiny.

Other than that, they are just a pair of sliders: nothing fancy.
Are yours no cut sliders, the ones that come with the small fairing?
 

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Are yours no cut sliders, the ones that come with the small fairing?
It's a small black plastic piece that replaced the OEM piece underneath the main fairing so that the Slider has enough space.
 

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Yes, that's correct.
So, you have installed it?
No haven’t installed it, or even purchased it, just read up on them, they make a no cut and cut version, the no cut are expensive, because of the fairing, kind of look likes the fairing are 3D printed.
 

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Bought & installed rear hugger

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Not today but Zero Gravity double bubble light smoke windscreen.
For my 5'7" self it works well for sitting up highway cruising and getting out of the windstream when in a tuck. Fitment is not perfect but its OK.
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Bought and installed SW-Motech DayPack Tank Bag ... very functional and handsome bag.
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