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kisersozaye

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kisersozaye says:

crash bungs for 675se

got crash bungs for truimph 675se on o8 plate,but need advice on fitting them wanted to cut a bit off fairing and bolt to the frame,any advice from anyone?

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newbiebikerboy

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yep

send them back and buy the correct ones.:lol: Did you get the R&G ones? If you get the GB racing ones then they come with a bracket that goes around the engine. This allows them to come out through the slit in the sides of the fairing and hence no drilling or fairing damage required. Ive also crash tested these with good results:lol: Think t3 racing also do a similar set. Sorry for this but the R&G ones are a bad idea in my opinion.

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newbiebikerboy

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sorry, on a more helpful note, you can buy the brackets from t3 racing without the bungs, fit the brackets then use the bungs that you have bought to attach onto the bracket. Again saves you having to drill. Ive seen the R&G ones fitted before and unless done right can make a real mess of the fairings. Do they comes with templates? If not then this may sound obvious but make sure you drill a small pilot hole first before the larger hole. have a look at www.triumph675.net there is information and how to's on there for fitting R&G bungs. Here is the full link for what your looking for. http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1734&highlight=Frame+Slider+Install:biggrin::biggrin:

This is the greatest website for triumph 675 questions around, very very helpful plus a very active forum so you can normally get an answer withing a few minutes from someone.

 

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