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OEM Case savers and Custom Clutch Cover with Case Savers

Guys,

I wanted to let you know that Dale James (maker of the great chain adjusters that many members on here purchased) is at it again and will be doing a run of OEM case savers (65) for the R/S of the bike and a Custom clutch cover (165) along with the case saver.

He'll be taking pre-orders for it starting tomorrow on his website Home | RaceTorx

If you're interested check it out or see the Sp1 and Sp2 parts wanted/for sale page on Facebook.



As another note Dale wanted me to let you know the following: He is planning on doing rearsets. This is a quote from him:

"Considering the amount of people going on about them I have given in lol... they will be around 350/400 a set so need to make them epic units". Stay tuned for further info on these.

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I wondering what the case savers will look like...

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Aren't we all..
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dale's stuff is really nice. so i'd expect something well thought out.
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His homepage has some GREAT shots of the chain adjustors....... :-)

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Here are some 3 D drawings of what Dale is thinking of... From facebook.

Custom cover and case saver.

[IMG]dale cover 1 by Nick Seslar, on Flickr[/IMG]


[IMG]Dalecover by Nick Seslar, on Flickr[/IMG]

And the drawing below is for the case saver over the oem cover.
[IMG]dalecover 3 by Nick Seslar, on Flickr[/IMG]

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I like the saver. I'm wondering if it isn't practical/possible to do a similar saver design for the other side to avoid a special cover? Two savers (right and left) I'm in for...
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And make it a kit to include the SP chain adjuster.
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Here's a couple of shots of what is available for original clutch covers. These are a bolt on case guard for the right side. Dale his his website updated and is taking pre-orders on these now along with the custom clutch cover with an ingetral case saver.

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[IMG]dalecover4 by Nick Seslar, on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]dalecover5 by Nick Seslar, on Flickr[/IMG]

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1975 Kawasaki S3 - restored in 2004-5 (sold 10-17)
2003 Kawasaki ZX7R - bought 10/2018
2007 Honda Interceptor 25th Anniversary purchased 7/2014
1972 Honda Mini Trail - 1st restoration in 1992, and 2016 restored to like new condition. (sold 2/18)
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It's a nice looking design

Is there a pad behind the upper part that rests against the cover?
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