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    Senior Member PalmStateCrawler's Avatar
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    Im not sure if wvbobsmith is on this forum, but I really like the case guards he put on his engine. If anyone knows where these can be bought and for how much, I would love to hear from you! I'm all about preventative maintenance and protecting my bike from my inevitable falls. Thanks.

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    Looks an awful lot like the TCI/Turbocity guard. Not many of us have them, but last I checked they were selling for around $230 I think? Pricy, but damn tough. I've got a weird prototype one where it's hard to get the sideguard bolts started, but I think they've improved that. I believe Lizrdbrth is the other guy with one that I know of.

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    Yes, those are TCI.



    The case guards are part of their skidplate.



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    Here's a thread about it. Maintenence is a piece of cake with the current design:



    https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...__1#entry18884



    I have no affiliation with TCI. We just answered a callout for a bike to use for prototyping after Assquatch convinced them to build one. I dig the quality and philosphy behind their stuff so much that I ditched all my heavy racks and luggage systems for my KLR's and replaced them with TCI's lighter, stronger versions with cooler features.



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