this front fender fit perfectly on my 2007 honda CRF450r.. I have a supermoto build and you can tell this helps a lot with air flow at higher speed and reduces a little bit of shake from the air passing through it instead slamming into it. also helps get more flow to the radiators along with being just a tad bit lighter.
Cycra Cycralite Front Fender
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Cycra is an American designer and manufacturer of motorcycle plastic and billet components for off-road, motocross, ATVs and Super Motard racing. Cycra is best known for its innovative products such as the Probend handguards, Cycralite fenders, vented number plates, bodywork and adjustable Moto stands. Cycra components are raced by factory teams and racers such as Factory Yamaha, Factory KTM and Factory Connection Honda.
- Patented PowerFlow air scoop and air channel help route high-velocity air to cool the radiators.
- Vented back section provides 33% increased airflow to radiator.
- Integrated Fender Brace (IFB) technology.
- Lighter than O.E.M. stock fender.
- Re-designed to match stock O.E.M. shapes.
- Slab nuts replace pop rivets for secure fit.
- Quality injection-molded fit and finish.
- Made in U.S.A.
Cycra not only builds the lightest products out there, they build the best products. Helps keep your motor cooler and fits perfectly and the finish is spot on!
Looks really good, just u need to putt some extra washer in the fron holes couse if not is looking rare
Looks good on my 250 and easy to install
good fit ,good product
This product works well and you can't get any faster from anyone.
This Fender fits as well as stock. With the stock KTM front fender brace it becomes a bit of a hassel to mount. You can avoid the problem by mounting the brace before mounting the fender to the bike. Over sight on my part. Be careful to alingn the fender mount holes and brace holes.
Living 5400 ft above sea level and 90+ tempatures your bike tends to do reall weird things. it definitly helps cooling and keeping gas from boiling.
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