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Postby Viking » Fri Nov 09, 2012 12:25 pm

Just a quick post to mention the have come onboard to join me at Wright Racing to supply crash protection for 2013.

The superduke range is actually one of their biggest selling product with alot of orders going to Europe.

I've been running their kit for a while now and crashed in the Rockingham race with it and it all fared better than the the R&G kit I'd used previously.

The new kit is coming out with the machined parts anodised black so it will blend in with the bike better and look cool.

The biggest bonus is you get free no quibble replacement if you have a crash! Just send back the damaged parts and you will get a new set free. All it will cost you is the return postage.

I've asked for a few small changes the the Superduke kit which Coyotemoto will be going ahead with and rolling out.

Very happy to have these guys onboard. Hopefully I won't need to call upon their services to often!

Great products though, well priced, and with that unbelievable warranty its a no brainer really. I'd have been using the kit whether they came out board or not. At least now the ££ I see when the bike is cart wheel in through the gravel will be slightly less :lol:

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Re: crash protection

Postby Colonel_Klinck » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:33 pm

Nice one dude. Although if she's..... sorry it :lol: is cartwheeling through the air a couple of crash bungs are the least of your worries :lol:
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