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Engine Armour

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' started by NovaCoder, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. There don't seem to be any posts here so I'd better start the ball rolling :roll:

    If you have scuffed/chipped/scratched engine cases or if you plan to crash, then engine armour makes sense. It protects your engine's guts (technical term) in the event of a spill and stops your engine spilling its blood onto the road/track (standard engine cases are very thin these days to cut down on weight).

    Only prob I can see with fitting them is getting the buggers off again (stuck on with epoxy glue), oh well minor issue for me.



    I got mine shipped over from these helpful guys in England -> Creations.

    Oh yeah, they look cool too which is a bonus :idea:
     
  2. Hhahahahah did you see that NONG with the protect lid on???

    If I saw him on the road i'd crapola myself and crash for sure!!
     
  3. As long as he didn't crash as well. The disclaimer says that they aren't designed as crash protection!

    The point of them being ...
     
  4. to make money for the seller.........caveat emptor :LOL:
     
  5. Now thats just being cynical :D