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Crap, that sucks. Hope you're OK... just my opinion but saddlebag guards would have saved it and the dent in your exhaust, not sure but maybe a bigger (longer) slider up front might have saved the fairing.

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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-12-2020, 09:07 PM
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Any chance you might post the dimensions? My wife also complained about the rear R-Gaza bars hitting on her calf muscles and becoming quite annoying.

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Any chance you might post the dimensions? My wife also complained about the rear R-Gaza bars hitting on her calf muscles and becoming quite annoying.
I just hit the road today for work and I'll be back on the 24th - next week Friday. If you don't mind, send me a reminder then and I'll post some pics with dimensions when I'm back.
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I went down on my 2005 FJR1300 with R-GAZA's crash bars and I only scratched my saddlebag, one fairing section and turn signal. All things that could be replaced. And not a scratch on my engine. Real testimony as the bike and I went down at highway speed:
Do you think the bike would of had less damage with either of the other two options for the our '05's? I have not been lucky to find any left over Canyon Cages, so I have been trying to decide which of the R Gaza's I wanted

and does anyone know what they mean by YCCS model???

https://www.ruchkagaza.com/product-p...s-police-model

https://www.ruchkagaza.com/product-p...ars-yccs-model

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YCCS is the electronic clutch AE model (began in '06).

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