Hand guards

I have pro taper EVO bars

I'm looking for a set of heavy duty hand guards . I often find myself and my bike on our side.

I have right now some acerbis brush guards . They look nice but if you drop you're bike they will give and bend you're brake/clutch hand levers plus I had to buy a cheap adaptor kit

I could use some help here

Thanks

Enduro Engineering has some really nice bark busters with replaceable shields.

Enduro Engineering has some really nice bark busters with replaceable shields.

Thanks

I just bought these https://shop.enduroeng.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=50-5135S don't know how good they are yet. I didn't get the plastic, i didn't feel like spending $25 that i will just make. Before i used Moose racing, and I can vouch for them. they have taken some pretty nasty hits, and still look the same. I have hit trees so hard that it bent the bars before it did anything to them. I got the EE BB because of the way the mount is shaped, i want that extra room between the clutch and brake lines, even more now since i am all hydraulic now.

Sorry to hijack your thread, but does anyone know where to find the mounts where you can attach it to your upper fork bolt/where you triple clamps grab your forks?

I recently tried a pair of the generic 1-1/8 bark buster type guards from Cycle-Gear, they are regularly on sale for $20 and come with all hardware. To my surprise they are stout as hell, though they did require minor massaging to fit properly, wasn't bad though. I plan on bolting some $18 spoilers to them.

I'm 100% happy with my cheapo's, but I'd go with Enduro Engineering if you feel the need to blow big cash.

Trackside guards;

http://www.cyclegear.com/CycleGear/Parts/Hand-Guards/brand/TRACKSIDE/Aluminum-Handguards/p/41399_37926

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I recently tried a pair of the generic 1-1/8 bark buster type guards from Cycle-Gear, they are regularly on sale for $20 and come with all hardware. To my surprise they are stout as hell, though they did require minor massaging to fit properly, wasn't bad though. I plan on bolting some $18 spoilers to them.

I'm 100% happy with my cheapo's, but I'd go with Enduro Engineering if you feel the need to blow big cash.

Trackside guards;

http://www.cyclegear.com/CycleGear/Parts/Hand-Guards/brand/TRACKSIDE/Aluminum-Handguards/p/41399_37926

I'd have to agree that the cheep ones are very good! I know people who use the $40 tusk ones and the work perfect. I'm going to try EE guards because the seem to cover more area up and down.

Sorry to hijack your thread, but does anyone know where to find the mounts where you can attach it to your upper fork bolt/where you triple clamps grab your forks?

You big bully go away or I'm calling mom

I recently tried a pair of the generic 1-1/8 bark buster type guards from Cycle-Gear, they are regularly on sale for $20 and come with all hardware. To my surprise they are stout as hell, though they did require minor massaging to fit properly, wasn't bad though. I plan on bolting some $18 spoilers to them.

I'm 100% happy with my cheapo's, but I'd go with Enduro Engineering if you feel the need to blow big cash.

Trackside guards;

http://www.cyclegear.com/CycleGear/Parts/Hand-Guards/brand/TRACKSIDE/Aluminum-Handguards/p/41399_37926

I bought a cheap pair off eBay they where great beat the hell out of them I just wanted to step it up . Thanks for the reality check

I recently tried a pair of the generic 1-1/8 bark buster type guards from Cycle-Gear, they are regularly on sale for $20 and come with all hardware. To my surprise they are stout as hell, though they did require minor massaging to fit properly, wasn't bad though. I plan on bolting some $18 spoilers to them.

I'm 100% happy with my cheapo's, but I'd go with Enduro Engineering if you feel the need to blow big cash.

Trackside guards;

http://www.cyclegear...s/p/41399_37926

I have 2 sets of those. They've done the job they were purchased to do. They have done the job my Cycras do on a 3rd bike. They are a very good bang for the buck.

Sorry to hijack your thread, but does anyone know where to find the mounts where you can attach it to your upper fork bolt/where you triple clamps grab your forks?

Promoto billets fastway line has mounts like that. I am running fastways on my KTM. I have ones that replace the upper bar clamps. The shields break pretty easy, I am running cycra shields on them now.

I got the guards that are just an aluminum bar that surround the levers. They have saved them multiple times. I broke levers almost every crash before. i highly recommend. dont remember the brand, but they were about 45 bucks.

http://highwaydirtbikes.com/HDB_Shop/

They make the strongest in my opinion. I have them and they are worth the extra money if your like me and hitting trees a lot or just falling ( keeps bars from bending)

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