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    Drop protection

    Is anyone else running the bmw drop protection plastics ? I think they look nice on the GT

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    Interesting! Can you upload more clear/better angle, pictures?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken R Marcus View Post
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    Hey, Thank very much!
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    Chiro do you like the way they look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken R Marcus View Post
    Chiro do you like the way they look?
    Yeah, I do like it. Specially after what happened to my baby. one stupid coworker hit her in the parking lot, and she tip over.Click image for larger version. 

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    I wonder if that drop protection will really protect the bike at all, if she fall!
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    I got them (after I dropped it the first time... of course!) and then I dropped it once more and the ones on the edge of the fairing got scratched. They're definitely good for some falls. We did find out, disappointingly, that the newer sets don't have the add on piece for the back (sorry, I don't know technical terms). It comes with the fairing edges, the pieces for the floorboards, and the little "bumpout" type thing that affixes to the front sides. Just not the same "bumpouts" for the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tensixmom View Post
    I got them (after I dropped it the first time... of course!) and then I dropped it once more and the ones on the edge of the fairing got scratched. They're definitely good for some falls. We did find out, disappointingly, that the newer sets don't have the add on piece for the back (sorry, I don't know technical terms). It comes with the fairing edges, the pieces for the floorboards, and the little "bumpout" type thing that affixes to the front sides. Just not the same "bumpouts" for the back.
    Someone on one of the sites bought the fronts guards and mounted them to the rear backwards and it looked good
    https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts...7904#sch949263

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