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Hey, want to buy the "Orginal Yzf r125" Roller Protectors... but do someone know how to fit it ??

* somebody says you have do drill new hole in the side boomerang and do some fitting ?? :O

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* is it just to find the right spots to fit it and the roller protectors is through the orginal hole in the side boomerang??

tnx ;D
 

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You mean the crash bungs?
If so yes some drilling is required.

There is a guide on here SOMEWHERE I believe :p
 

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oohh, i dont want to drill !! :(

but tnx :)
 

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nice ! :) i thougt i have to drill a new hole on another spot....
but i guess its worth drill the hole bigger then buy a brand new Boomberang (if i crash) !! :p
tnx d-r125 ;)
 

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yea i got r&g crash bungs...all you have to do is take off the fairng L bracket and fit the bar on. then drill your fairng a tiny bit and fir the bungs on...
i think killa made a how to...?
 

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Ben said:
I thought rollers/crash bungs etc are made to protect the engine and not the fairings?
Probably there to protect both but from what I see all they do is crack or break your panels on impact.

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I can't see the engine ever getting damaged :p
They are there to protect the fairings...
 

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yea maybe on a non faired bike bike fairng bike its really unlikly....for non faired bikes u can get them engine crash bars...i think!
your right :) lol there like normal crash bars but protect engine
 

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MrAndy979 said:
yea maybe on a non faired bike bike fairng bike its really unlikly....for non faired bikes u can get them engine crash bars...i think!
Yeah, I can get them for mine, they bolt straight on to the frame :(
 
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