After losing a brand new pipe by the 3rd race of season, decided to add this to the new pipe. If you're good a forming metal, you will have no problem shaping to fit. It was challenging for me and it does not look the prettiest but it has already saved the pipe multiple times. My 'C' rider used to only break plastic, now he's 'AA' so a lot more gets thrown and at a higher rate of speed. We've run a few races with practice in between and pipe still looks new.
Moose 2-Stroke Pipe Guard
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Moose Racing has dedicated itself to providing the rider and racer with the highest quality and best performing products. With thousands of items ranging from racewear to casual apparel to boots and the finest in hard parts and accessories, Moose Racing offers the most comprehensive list of products in the industry to satisfy all of your riding needs.
- Privateer priced pipeguard with works protection.
- Sturdy armor for your vulnerable and expensive exhaust.
- 3 mm aluminum is the thickest pipe protector available for 2-strokes.
- Helps prevent power-robbing dents.
- 24" long for universal fit on 2-stroke exhausts.
- Made in U.S.A.
So far I really like this guard. Smacked some nice sized logs and it does what it's supposed to. Alot of other reviews said it was too hard and thick to put on but I wouldn't want it any thinner. If your a 12 your old girl you might have trouble installing it otherwise man up and bend it. Took about 30 to 45 minute to get it on right.
Ended up in the garbage. Poorly made. Way to thick to shape to your pipe. All around junk.
I put this guard on my new KTM. I spent a good hour bending with an adjustable wrench, channel lock pliers, and hitting with a rubber mallet. I am at about 85% good fit so far, but had to quit to go on a riding trip. Moose supplies 3 good quality hose clamps. I went to hardware store and purchased another couple large ones for more clamping, plus you never know when you might need a clamp for muffler repair or something and it's a good place to store some spares. Weeds and tall grass and the occasional twig get caught in the guard. It is tough for sure--I banged a few things and heard some stones bounce off first couple rides out. Not a scratch or dent. Moose products are top shelf items for sure. This guard does not look as cool as a carbon fiber one, but it is a lot less expensive and I am sure tougher.
sticks out all over the place. too thick to bend the ends with out heat.
Forming and shaping this thing was rough. But it's perfect after its all Said and done.
It was a bit of a job to form to my pipe. Luckily I had an old pipe to use as template then installed on my pipe on the bike. It's very thick and seems like it will take a good beating.
Good value. This is not a flimsy piece of metal. It is very sturdy. So sturdy, that it is a bit difficult to bend and form to the pipe - but I guess that is what you want if you want to keep your pipe from being crushed as you dash your bike against the rocks. Plenty of rocks here in Arkansas. My 16 yr old has already tested the metal of this device - it works!
The quality of this guard isn't bad (it seems strong and so far has held up against drops and rocks) but it is a hassle to fit it onto your pipe. Involved a lot of hammering, bending, and even drilling/cutting to make it look and fit presentably. Would recommend for those wanting a cheap pipe with the means and time to fit it - would not recommend for those wanting something that comes ready to be fitted to a pipe with minimal effort.
Gotta fabricate and bend this guard into shape to fit your pipe. Takes some time and effort. Not a bolt on and go guard. Should come with an anvil ! Looks good and should help with the rocks encountered along the way.
Its aluminum with narrow width. The very thick gauge makes it a bit heavy. I prefer a lighter pipe guard that is corrugated for strength and therefore weighs less, as these types have never failed me. But if you want a heavy pipe guard on steroids, then this is the one for you. I mean, when I saw it, I seriously thought its was a protector for a 4-stroke pipe, but the picture above suggests otherwise. So its sits in my garage, uninstalled until I find a better use for it, such as cutting it up for use as a side case cover. Thanks for reading.
This pipe guard is very strong and protected my pipe after some hard drops and biting it on a hill climb. Takes a little time and effort to mold to the pipe. But well worth it. For a little over 40 bucks, it's some solid protection for the money. If you have $120 + bucks to buy a carbon pipe guard then go for it. But if that is not feasible, this is the great alternative. I will not hesitate to purchase another one of these in the future.
Its kinda difficult to put it on the pipe, but it does a great job of protecting the pipe...
Needs to come with some more hose clamps, and heavy-er duty ones as well. Quick trip to NAPA fixed it.
Very good product, yes, difficult to instal but worth it.
Great product,I would recommend this guard it holds up very well.
Cool just need a new fmf to go with it lol
the last of dents in pipe. it works good
Band clamped at tope sec of pipe and worked my way down. Hardest part to form was the last section that wraps up on left side of bike. so far in 3 rides i havent seen any damage from pacific NW forest rock hits!
I dented a brand new pipe a couple years ago so when i got a new pipe recently, i got this to protect it and i'm glad i did. I hit a rock pretty hard and this thing barely shows a nick!