BUNDLE - R1250GS Touring Front Engine Protector + Rear Spray Protector
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R1250GS Touring Front Engine Protector (Also fits Rallye) -Normally £65.60
This is our first product for the new 2018 R1250GS Rallye, it`s very similar to the previous type however it has been customised (by Mick) to include some beautiful detailing with the word `Rallye` which has been precisely laser profiled into the plate itself.
Made from high quality stainless steel and finished in a satin black powder coat. Its a front crud catcher designed to stop the bottom front of the engine getting `shot blasted` by grit and crud off the road - once water gets beneath the engine finish it can corrode terribly and look a right mess. Its also very expensive to sort out!
This Front Engine Protector locates on 4 of the existing fastening points and is held off the cover by 4 high quality hand finished stainless steel tubes. The Protector is held in place by 4 stainless steel fasteners with also come with the product.
It has been titled `touring` as it is larger than the smaller `sports` one and extends higher up the engine case giving better protection to the bottom of the engine case.
Top tip - what we did with ours was to apply ACF50 onto the engine casing before fitting the engine protector before fitting, ensuring the best guard against corrosion for the winter.
The engine protector also fits with the very popular Machineart Moto fender extender as shown in the images.
To fit only takes minutes and with a wipe with WD40 will look great for years to come.
It comes with full fitting instructions and you just have to contact us if you need any help over the phone fitting it.
R1250GS Rear Spray Deflector (Also fits Rallye) -Normally £42.40
This is a Spray Deflector taken from the R1200GS & R1200GSA and redesigned for the new R1250GS. Once again, I`ve tried to take the best on the market, from the market leader, and improve on its design. I have done this by making the item out of much more durable stainless steel and designing it so that the supporting frame adds strength to the number plate itself.
The idea behind it is to reduce the spray which seems to come up over the back of the seat on all the GS models. I`ve had a similar one fitted to my R1200 now for a few years and it does seem to work.
It`s really easy to fit and matches up with the holes on the bike`s mounting bracket very accurately. There is a further mounting hole which I have added which allows a 4th mounting point if desired - all this requires is that you drill your number plate with a 6mm hole and purchase another one of those plastic screws and nuts to use this extra mounting point. I`ve used the 4th mounting point to give it a more stable fixing rather than just relying on the 3 current fixing points.