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Frasblade
Godly
Godly

Posts : 66

Crash Bungs

Post by Frasblade on Fri 06 Dec 2013, 8:09 pm

I am thinking of getting a set of crash bungs in the spring as I will be getting a belly pan which means I have to remove my crash bars. I am keeping the crash bars for winter but I would be interested in hearing from people who have fitted bungs and their thoughts on them.

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burning_rubber
Four's a...something...
Four's a...something...

Posts : 150
Location : wils

Re: Crash Bungs

Post by burning_rubber on Thu 02 Jan 2014, 5:51 pm

They look better, but don't offer as much protection 

Good foot rests on long journeys lol

I have a full fairing on mine, with the r&g bungs. 
but have got the fibreglass covers  as well, The ones that you stick on with heatproof silicon...  
you could spray them to match the belly pan, as they don't get all that hot 

but they seem to work,  never had to use them  tongue
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Roger Mathews
Newbie
Newbie

Posts : 4
Location : Godstone Surrey

Fitting R&G crash protectors

Post by Roger Mathews on Mon 20 Oct 2014, 6:18 pm

Have just fitted R&G's to mine it took nearly two days of hard work to get the front engine bolt out, had to drill it out in the end!!!!! Took about 15 minutes to fit the R&G's.

sullivj
the 900
the 900

Posts : 2200
Location : Gatwick

Re: Crash Bungs

Post by sullivj on Mon 20 Oct 2014, 6:40 pm

Good effort on the bolt Roger. I was lucky with mine, it just turned straight out.
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geewhizz
the 900
the 900

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Re: Crash Bungs

Post by geewhizz on Mon 20 Oct 2014, 7:35 pm

i put some generic cbr one from ebay, fitted through the top rear suspension mount with an extended bolt. Also got the fibreglass covers and thinking about getting the £40 engine bungs from here http://www.rvracing.co.uk/html.html

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