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Outback Motortek Triumph Tiger 900 (V2) 2020-2023 Crash Bars (Color Options)

MX1WEST Price: $430.00

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Compatible with 2020-2023 Triumph Tiger 900, 900 GT, 900 GT PRO, 900 Rally, 900 Rally PRO, Tiger 850 Sport.

Reliable protection for fairing, radiator, engine case and other parts of the engine.

Our crash bars design is based on the philosophy that less is often more, hence we created a compact, sturdy set of crash bars that do not reach far away from its mounting points. This system perfectly complements the sporty, aggressive lines of the Triumph Tiger 900.

  • Quality 25mm/1" steel tube with 2mm wall thickness After drop testing crash bars for the past 4 years, weve that tubing with these specs are superior to anything else!
  • Less is often more. Weve utilized the strongest crash bars mounting points while keeping the structure compact for overall strength.
  • Hybrid solution. The new Triumph Tiger 900 just like the Tiger 800 and the BMW F850GS the engine and frame provide the combination of the toughest mounting points for our crash bars. Its been tested and proven over the years.
  • Powder coated - combined with sandblasting it's a killer combination to protect your products surface. No frills and tough just like your ADV/Dual Sport bike!

8 reasons why you should invest in the right crash bars - By Lorry G.

Crash bars or some call it engine guards and adventure motorcycles go hand in hand. The question is not whether will you drop you bike but more like when will you drop your bike? Essentially you need a set of crash bars!

Protective motorcycle armor has been around for decades. Some make real good, functional and attractive looking ones. Some just dont get all the above features right. On top of that, some try it too hard and come out with bogus products just to jump on the adventure bike accessories bandwagon. Read below the eight reasons why you need a decent set of crash bars.

  1. Long Term Savings Call your motorcycle dealer and ask for a quote on the following parts: radiator, fuel tank fairings, fuel tank, turn signals. Guaranteed you will have to sit down to digest the price tag your local motorcycle dealer shoves down your throat. To put this into actual numbers, at least $1500-$3000 depending on the brand you own. Dont forget to add the mechanics charges to the billHow does a $300 investment into a set of crash bars sound like?
  2. Look A lot of guys treat their bikes like their wives/girlfriends. Some even better but lets not get into that. Im safe to assume that making your bike look awesome and adventure-ready is just as important. After all, youll want to show it off in front of your buddies.
  3. Structural Design In my humble opinion, there are more crash bars on the market that dont work than the ones that do. Why? Poor structural design. Just because one adds a ton of metal tubes all across the crash bars and make it look like a cobweb, it wont work better. It will result in excessive weight, vibration(!) and could very well crush your bikes expensive plastic parts, crack the frame or rip mounts off the engine during an impact. Raising your crash bars up too high to try to protect the fuel tank is a disaster waiting to happen. The further the protective armor reaches away from the mounting points, the more flexible it becomes. As long as you dont crash your bike, youll be fine. The headache begins when you lose control over your bike while riding on a trail and you sure better let that beast go and give in to gravity. Its not rocket science that when a 500lbs+ bike hits the ground there will be some serious impact and with that impact there will be some serious damage. If youve got the right crash protection, then you will most likely be able to ride on. If you dont, then better have a buddy with a pickup truck or AAA platinum card. Outback Motortek believes in the less-is-more philosophy, therefore we design and make compact crash bars.
  4. Quality Hardware Small thing but could be a real nuisance not to pay attention to. We use 8.8, 10.9 or even 12.9 grade galvanized or stainless steel bolts and place them where they best suit their purpose.
  5. Mounting tabs or pieces are as essential as wheels for cars. They are the strongest and most essential links between the protective armor and bikes chassis and/or engine. These parts must absorb the last piece of impact. Whats even more important that in some cases they need to able to bend to prevent the energy from the impact to be transferred onto the frame or engine.
  6. Surface Treatment Are we talking about show bikes or adventure bikes for off-roading? If you think your bike is the latter, then you might want to opt for a durable and no frills surface. Outback Motortek chooses to sandblast all their products to create an adhesive surface before powder coating. Sandblasting is certainly key in creating a surface that withstands a lot of abuse from riding off-road. Most manufacturers choose only the powder coating option and some choose the fancier anodizing.
  7. Fitment The majority of crash bars are hand-made or hand-finished, therefore there is always the chance to make errors. Regardless, there are manufacturers that make better fitting products than others. Fitting should be part of quality control, before and after welding the crash bar components. We follow up with this and run a series of tests during the manufacturing process to make one of the best fitting crash protection in the market.
  8. Warranty, customer service Warranty is an insurance that customers pay when purchasing products. Outback Motortek offers warranty for its customers given that the product in question failed due to material or manufacturing error. If you beat up your crash bars while off-roading and your bike remains intact, we will invite you for a six pack or a bottle of wine of your choice. Just send us some epic shots of your adventure(s).

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