HT PD Nerf Engine Guards<br>BMW R1200GS | GSA

***NOTE THESE ONLY COME IN BLACK, THE SILVER IS PICTURED BUT BLACK IS THE ONLY COLOR WE CARRY***
Special Price $243.09 Regular Price $285.99
SKU
HTP1-12-5
The Happy Trails Engine Guard provides an enhanced level of protection when compared to the OEM bars and other aftermarket solutions. We start by using 1?ǥ high tensile strength DOM steel tubing and then shape the tube to protect the entire top of the cylinder instead of just the front. This provides a much higher level of protection from slow speed tip overs where the valve cover is likely to strike a rock or tree stump.

Our guards are mounted on the bike utilizing our HTP exclusive insert tabs designed to spread the force of an impact over a larger area, and in more severe cases bending the tabs before causing engine or frame damage. For additional rigidity, we also bolt the left and right sides together using a crossover tube.

Once fitted to the bike, the HTP insert tabs allow the guards to be quickly removed and reinstalled for valve adjustments or other cylinder head service. Although the primary function is to provide engine protection, the bars also offer convenient mounting options for auxiliary foot pegs and riding lights. The HTP Engine Guard in available in either black or silver powder coat to match your bike or personal preference.

Features:

  • Enhanced valve cover and cylinder head protection

  • Built using 1?ǥ DOM steel tubing with beefy 0.083?ǥ wall thickness to provide up to 2x the strength of conventional steel tubing

  • Guard mounts to frame and engine using stress relief tabs designed to bend before causing engine or frame damage

Includes:

  • Left and Right Guard

  • Two Mounting Tabs

  • Two Mounting Spacers

  • Bolt Kit

  • Instructions

Weight: 11.4 lbs

INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS

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  • Are there any upper crash bars that will work with these, specifically for a 2006 R1200GS Adventure?
    Question by: Glenn Hutto on 2018-01-02 18:11:00

    We have found that the lowers are adequate and there is not a need for an upper part. 

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-01-02 13:11:00