Question Crash cage for RC

Tirefriar

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Looking for information on crash cages for the RC. Duke has a ton of selections but I could only find a few for the RC application:

https://www.newbreedstuntparts.com/product-page/ktm-duke-rc390-rc200-itx4-crash-cage

http://thesicshop.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3_0_5_35_180_700_2297&products_id=2080&zenid=0mf22fjrrb3ngm8snmnakdev43



Saw a youtube video from Rok Bagoros on installation of their proprietary crash cages but looks like they are not offering the cages anymore. Sliders will not cut it as their level/area of protection is much lower...
 
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JacobJakeJacob

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Well man I've definitely been looking for hte same. All the good cages I can find are for the 2014-2016 models, do you think they'd even fit me 2018? Also check this guy out man he stunts with Dukes/RC's for KTM's Freestyle team and tours around with our bikes. https://shop.rokbagoros.com/

EDIT: I just read your whole post and realized you mentioned Rok lol... so i'm as lost as you are. Coming up completely empty when trying to find cash cages.
 
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Tirefriar

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I checked the cages on New Breed Stunt Parts and there does not appear any year model restrictions but they are pricey. I like the products from Crazy Iron, they look decent and have good reviews: https://www.ebay.com/str/crazyironstore

They offer cages for RC 125/200 but not for 390 as well as rear sliders for full RC range but combined with shipping, prices are in the Woodcraft territory. Wonder if there’d be enough interest on this forum to organize a group buy....
 

Jsanthuff

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I need one too. I would buy multiple just so other guys could get them too. I've commented on every rok bagoros video i can find.. Even the ones they just posted..
 

ZachNap

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I have contacted rok myself. Heres what I got.
I emailed Rok back in August 2019 and was told that they'd have it back in stock January 2020. That never happened so I wouldn't keep your hopes up.
I'm sure if we could gather enough people we could probably do some sort of group order before then.
 

Formula390

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I still thinks it's totally crazy to put a cage on the RC. The bodywork does a remarkably good job at protecting the bike, and you will have ZERO cornering clearance with any cage. Just sounds like a good way to end up on your head easier. I just don't understand the desire to do stunting on the RC. There are MUCH better candidates for such shenanigans. (and yeah, I'm jealous as all hell of peoples ability to successfully stunt. I can JUST manage to shift to the next year while ripping up a power wheelie on my Gixxer 1000's, but I can't clutch up the RC to save my life.
 

ZachNap

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I still thinks it's totally crazy to put a cage on the RC. The bodywork does a remarkably good job at protecting the bike, and you will have ZERO cornering clearance with any cage. Just sounds like a good way to end up on your head easier. I just don't understand the desire to do stunting on the RC. There are MUCH better candidates for such shenanigans. (and yeah, I'm jealous as all hell of peoples ability to successfully stunt. I can JUST manage to shift to the next year while ripping up a power wheelie on my Gixxer 1000's, but I can't clutch up the RC to save my life.
I actually never though about how the cage would kill the cornering clearance, maybe I'll just get some frame sliders instead.
 

ReidMcT

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If you want the very good T-Rex sliders, I'll be offering a set for sale soon: New, never-installed frame sliders and used but undamaged case guards.
 
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