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GB Racing Motorcycle Protection Bundle Daytona 675

RidersDiscount.com now carries GB Racing components! Designed and manufactured in the UK, GB Racing has become recognized for employing excellent engineering capabilities to create bolt-on motorcycle crash protection products. The FIM-approved components are manufactured using injection molded engineering-grade long glass filled nylon 6.6 (LGFN 60%). This material offers excellent impact resistance when compared to other machined plastics. In fact, injection molded LGFN 60% has 4.6x greater tensile strength and 6x greater impact strength when compared to Delrin motorcycle parts! All secondary case covers come with A2 stainless steel socket cap bolts and Class 12.8 steel hex head bolts. The 12.8 hex head bolts are bright zinc plated and then de-embrittled to reduce the likelihood of bolt sheering. A2 stainless steel socket cap bolts were chosen for use in GB Racing frame sliders for the material’s excellent elastic modulus, meaning they are more likely to bend instead of just breaking in a crash. This choice of hardware ensures the protective equipment will stay in place when they are called into duty.

As you can see, GB Racing is an engineering company that’s passionate about motorcycle parts! These physical properties lend themselves well to motorcycle crash protection and their implication in GB Racing products has brought the company much notoriety in European racing leagues. Every GB racing component starts life on a computer using 3D CAD/CAM modeling to render close-fitting parts that require few, if any modifications to your motorcycle to install.

GB Racing Protection bundles includes select components for your motorcycle to help reduce the likelihood of damage in a crash. All required hardware is included with every piece as well as clear installation instructions.

GB Racing parts are not yet available on our website, to order yours, call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 or send an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with GBRACING BUNDLE KIT in the subject line and please be sure to include the model and year of your motorcycle for accurate availability.

The Triumph Daytona 675 GB Racing Protection Bundle for the 2006-2012 bike includes: frame sliders, clutch cover, stator cover, ignition timing cover, front axle slider and shark guard. MSRP $497.98


GB Racing Frame sliders for the Triumph 675 use a combination of CNC-machined aluminum brackets and LGFN 60% slider elements. All required hardware is included. (NOTE All kits are now sent with the pictured "bullet" frame slider pucks)


Daytona 675 front axle slider from GB Racing.


GB Racing ignition timing cover.


Swingarm stand spools are made with a combination of glass-filled nylon and CNC-machined bases.


Triumph Daytona 675 stator cover from GB Racing.


Notice the metal collets located at each mounting point. These are found on every GB Racing secondary case cover to ensure bolt stability and enhance crash resistance of the engine cover.


GB Racing Triumph 675 secondary clutch cover also enhances protection of the clutch actuator arm making it less likely to suffer a damaging blow in a crash.


A motorcycle shark guard is designed to prevent the rider from losing his or toes between the chain and the rear sprocket. It’s cheap insurance.


The Triumph 675 already comes with bungs for attaching a shark guard, just use the included hardware to bolt it on to your bike.


Here is a kit installed on a 2012 Street Triple


GB Racing secondary engine covers are FIM-approved and can be found on some of the fastest motorcycle in the world. Shown here is the GB Racing-equipped RidersDiscount.com-sponsored Moto2 racer as ridden by wildcard Jason DiSalvo at the 2010 Indianapolis MotoGP round. If it’s good enough for the premier class, it’s good enough for anyone!

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post #2 of 1203 Old 10-29-10, 13:36
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NICE! I'm sure you guys will get a lot of business for this! Have the full protection kit and am extremely satisfied! Top notch quality! :)

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The new GB "bullet frame sliders shown here



There are two different lengths to choose from. The longer on the left is the "street" slider and the shorter on the right is the "race" slider.




Closeup of the GB Racing stator cover mounted on our Triumph Daytona 675 project bike.


There were no clearance issues, even with aftermarket bodywork like we have on our project bike.


Because the engine cases are already black, the GB parts don't stand out too much.





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Do you sell just replacement parts? Need crash mushrooms for both right and left, thanks
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I do not see part numbers for just the crash pads, but let me check with the distributor.
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Ok I'll bite, How much for the set and shipping to Aus?
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Great product, they crash very well. I've only ever had the engine covers, but they are awesome. Even better now that RD has them
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Pm me a set to ny
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Pm me a set to ny

They will have to ship them, they wont fit over the internet
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Great product, they crash very well. I've only ever had the engine covers, but they are awesome. Even better now that RD has them
a set came on my project bike and it looks like they saved the engine
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