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    apriliaforum Member Funtik's Avatar
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    Сrash guards, Carabinieri version.

    Hello to everybody!

    This is not a secret - our bikes becomes cheaper and cheaper since it not trading in antiques. But spare parts prices are only going up.
    Last summer I was crashed by crazy taxi driver, and this makes me think how to save panniers, mirrors, side panels from scratches.
    Checking eBay and this forum I found some crash pads, even good and efficient RossenBossen's design.
    To save mirrors is enough to change it to RSV style.

    But than appeared a picture with Police Capo 1200...

    What do you, friends, thinking about it?
    Of course, the thread is only about how to minimize crash after-effect. At the same time it should not be ugly.
    Any suggestions?

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    apriliaforum Member mcbuin's Avatar
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    Good protection for panniers, items very difficult to buy again.

    Enviado desde mi SM-G900F mediante Tapatalk

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    apriliaforum expert MamboItaliono's Avatar
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    Wow that's good protection - not ugly

    I like it

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    The idea is great and of course it could be realized.
    Look how it's made for a Japanese police bikes.

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    English is not my native language, so please be kind to my mistakes.

    Remember, this is an Italian bike with an Austrian motor, it isn't like the GSXR you use to own...

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    I've found a person, who already did it. Look here https://www.instagram.com/p/Bj1raXnHNMZ/

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    English is not my native language, so please be kind to my mistakes.

    Remember, this is an Italian bike with an Austrian motor, it isn't like the GSXR you use to own...

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