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Six days/SRT skid plates?

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In pictures the ktm six days and srt skid plates look similarly constructed. Do any of you have experience with either one or both? The price difference is a little alarming to me.

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The 6Days has a quick release system, with a quarter turn pin and a bracket that bolts into place on the bike.  KTMs have gussets on the frame to attach this mount.  Taking the plate on/off takes 2 seconds, if that.

 

SRT you have to mess around with that front clamp and 2 bolts every time you take it off.  The bracket just wraps around the frame rails.  I bought a Hyde for my YZ with a similar system and never used it because it was such a pain.

 

I bought the 6Days, totally worth it, imo.  

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The Six Days skid plate is well worth the money, my favorite KTM Power Part actually.  Makes cleaning the bike a breeze being able to take the skid plate off in 2 seconds.  It glides over obstacles very well and holds up in the rocks.  Mine is beat to hell looking but still functions fine.

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Thanks for the info. I suspected the higher $$ product would get the thumbs up.

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Any suggestions on where to purchase the six days? Thanks

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The SRT is not a bad skid plate it does take about three or four min to take on and off so the 2 seconds of the six days may be a benefit if you are having races where you need to remove and install your skid plate mid lap... I haven't seen the need to remove mine yet lucky me but if I was doing it over again I would of gone with a TM design works skid plate

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I have never seen a plastic skidplate that stayed where it should. If there comes mud in them the flex and fall off. Aluminum plates always stay..

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