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Thread: FZ25 knuckleguards

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    Default FZ25 knuckleguards

    Hey everyone,

    I just wanted to know if the knuckleguards of Duke 390 2017 model will fit for the FZ25.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Thumbs up Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Topic Approved.

    I think they should fit, because I've seen them in other bikes, not on a FZ25 though.. But again, can't be sure.

    They attach on the handlebar, inner side on the curved portion of the handlebar, and outside side, between the grip/accelerator and barend weights.

    I'll post a pic of my Duke 390's hand guards and you can judge for yourself with visual examination..
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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Quote Originally Posted by Samarth 619 View Post
    Topic Approved.

    I think they should fit, because I've seen them in other bikes, not on a FZ25 though.. But again, can't be sure.

    They attach on the handlebar, inner side on the curved portion of the handlebar, and outside side, between the grip/accelerator and barend weights.

    I'll post a pic of my Duke 390's hand guards and you can judge for yourself with visual examination..
    Sure that would be great.
    Thanks for the help.
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    Thumbs up Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Have a look at these images I just uploaded:-

    https://image.ibb.co/b6aQce/IMG_2188.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/kxDYVz/IMG_2190.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/nKHAAz/IMG_2192.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/kAeOVz/IMG_2196.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/k52cqz/IMG_2198.jpg


    So you see, these hand guards get attached at 2 places...

    1. Between the accelerator and the bar end weight... (for the right one)
    2. On the handlebar itself, towards the middle with an attachment and 2 nuts...


    I've added a ruler (scale) to some images so you get a rough idea... See if this helps or if you need a specific angle..

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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    The KTM guards are wind deflectors at best cause they do not come with metal reinforcement, better invest in guards that come with metal reinforcement.

    Here are ones from Acerbis installed on my Bajaj CT100B;



    They' are universal and can be fixed on any motorcycle, though they cost around 1.8k's.
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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Quote Originally Posted by Samarth 619 View Post
    Have a look at these images I just uploaded:-

    https://image.ibb.co/b6aQce/IMG_2188.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/kxDYVz/IMG_2190.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/nKHAAz/IMG_2192.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/kAeOVz/IMG_2196.jpg
    https://image.ibb.co/k52cqz/IMG_2198.jpg


    So you see, these hand guards get attached at 2 places...

    1. Between the accelerator and the bar end weight... (for the right one)
    2. On the handlebar itself, towards the middle with an attachment and 2 nuts...


    I've added a ruler (scale) to some images so you get a rough idea... See if this helps or if you need a specific angle..
    It helped a lot. Put them on without much problem.

    Thanks a lot!
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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    The KTM guards are wind deflectors at best cause they do not come with metal reinforcement, better invest in guards that come with metal reinforcement.

    Here are ones from Acerbis installed on my Bajaj CT100B;



    They' are universal and can be fixed on any motorcycle, though they cost around 1.8k's.
    One of my friends is not using them so getting for free!

    Thanks a lot for the advice though. Will keep it in mind while getting my own.

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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    The KTM guards are wind deflectors at best cause they do not come with metal reinforcement, better invest in guards that come with metal reinforcement.

    Here are ones from Acerbis installed on my Bajaj CT100B;



    They' are universal and can be fixed on any motorcycle, though they cost around 1.8k's.
    nice pic bro,

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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    The KTM guards are wind deflectors at best cause they do not come with metal reinforcement, better invest in guards that come with metal reinforcement.

    Here are ones from Acerbis installed on my Bajaj CT100B;



    They' are universal and can be fixed on any motorcycle, though they cost around 1.8k's.
    Where did you find this, I searched and couldn't find them online. I'd love to get these quality hand guards for 1.8k
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    Default Re: FZ25 knuckleguards

    Hi, will the lever protector is enough or should I install knuckle guard ?? I am riding on a Fz 25..
    What about frame sliders for FZ 25 ??

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