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Offline Mark91

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Re: Radguard Mk2 fitting
Reply #10 on: 03 February, 2021, 08:55:15 PM
Hello,

Thanks a lot for your answer. My first question would be about the cooling, but you still answered it :D
And how fits the rad guard? Isn't it generate stress in the fairings? (because the inner black panel move forward a little bit, because of the thickness of the radguard and the side fairings are connected to the black one)
Does it have enough space for it under the black inner panel?
My last question how often do you need a cleaning under it from the bugs and etc.? (if its needed...)

Thanks a lot for your answer I really appreciate it. I am thinking on it, and it looks like a better quality than the R&G.

KR,
Mark

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Offline g5guzzi

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Re: Radguard Mk2 fitting
Reply #11 on: 03 February, 2021, 09:13:25 PM
Hi
Its only a washer thick so does'nt appear to cause any stress.
fits under the black panels ok.
I have a fender extenda  fitted to help keep road muck off
i just spray the guard and rad with Muc off and hose it off.
Some times i shine a light through the core to check if it is
getting blocked. So far i have only cleaned the rad core
when i have removed the radiator to do the tappets

Malc



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Offline Mark91

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Re: Radguard Mk2 fitting
Reply #12 on: 03 February, 2021, 11:08:22 PM
Thanks a lot for the answer, I will buy one. I have still got some bigger stones, so I would prevent any issue, but before I buy good to know some experience ;)
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