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LSL Crash pads

Does anyone know which LSL crash pads can be used when you have front mount radiators?

You can buy them here http://www.spieglerusa.com/cfm/FrameSliders.cfm

but they dont specify how they mount. KYAR greg is the only RC I have ever seen with these, but I may be getting a set of front mounts and this would be a nessescary mod if I do end up getting them.

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but I may be getting a set of front mounts and this would be a nessescary mod if I do end up getting them.
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any idea why they dont make those crash pads for the sp2?

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any idea why they dont make those crash pads for the sp2?
Probably because the orignals will fit also.
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Honestly I just want the white crash pads like the ones on the real race bikes.



I figured these were the closest things to that..

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ya think they will deflect the next incoming Hayabusa


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ya think they will deflect the next incoming Hayabusa
That's some funny chit.
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ya think they will deflect the next incoming Hayabusa

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That busa joke was pretty funny.
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Unfortunately it wouldnt have helped me..

The guy came around this blind corner so fast and out of his line, hes lucky he didnt end up over the cliff. His bike lowsided a split second before my front wheel made contact with him, and it hit his frame close to his rearsets. Luckily it launched me directly over the tannk and windshield, and the bike and I both did a full flip through the air and landed 15 feet from the point of contact.

All the damage was front end impact from hiting his bike, and rear end from when the bike smashed down from its front flip. Cracked the frame at the head-tube, I couldnt believe it.





Best thing that ever happened to me though!!


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I though you said you were getting pictures shot with a good looking girl. Are you in a small town or something?

Hey look at my posts, 1/3 of the beast.
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