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    Sato Racing Engine Sliders for 1250 Bandit/GSX1250 07-12

    SATO RACING Bandit 1250 Engine Sliders are made of hard, low-friction DELRIN plastic, with anodized aluminum brackets and spacers, and stainless steel bolts.

    • Product ID: 1024159
    • Manufacturer:
      Sato Racing (learn more)
    • Fits (click your bike to view all items for it):
      • Suzuki 1250 Bandit 2007
      • Suzuki 1250 Bandit 2008
      • Suzuki 1250 Bandit 2009
      • Suzuki 1250 Bandit 2010
      • Suzuki 1250 Bandit 2011
      • Suzuki 1250 Bandit 2012
      • Suzuki GSX1250 2007
      • Suzuki GSX1250 2008
      • Suzuki GSX1250 2009
      • Suzuki GSX1250 2010
      • Suzuki GSX1250 2011
      • Suzuki GSX1250 2012
    • Condition: New, unless otherwise noted.
    • SoloMotoParts.com is an authorized Sato Racing dealer

    Learn more about Sato Racing

    Sato Racing, Osaka, Japan Sato is a premier, boutique Japanese manufacturer of sportbike accessories made famous in the US by their top quality rearsets. Sato Rearsets include a wide range of adjustability, color options and smooth ball bearing-driven action. Their rearset designs can almost be considered a works of art. Sato also makes sliders, bar ends, exhausts and carbon parts – all of which are available in the USA.

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      Great protection
      by Wing Y. on 07/16/13
      Pros: Very nice pieces. All machined very nicely and easy to install. I hope I never have to find out how well this will hold up.
      Cons: The right side frame slider mounting brackets was obviously designed before the heat shields became standard equipment on the bike. I had to use my Dremel drum sander tool to grind away a little bit of the heat shield for the bracket to fit nicely. And I also had to drill the heat shield screw hole a little bigger for the spacer to fit through. Not a major obstacle. It took less than a minute to grind enough to fit the bracket.
      Engine Sliders
      by Elgin K. on 07/20/12
      Pros: These were easy to install and appear to give good coverage to the engine cases.
      Cons: Use some removable threadlock on the bolts including the pucks which you will need to back out to apply as they come attached.

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