Hot Bodies Racing Rear Tire Hugger

$69.99 - $149.99
$53.77 - $134.99
2.00 out of 5 stars
 
Hot Bodies Racing Rear Tire Hugger
Hot Bodies Racing Rear Tire Hugger
  • Description
  • Reviews (11)
  • Q&A (4)
  • Fitment

Hotbodies Racing's Rear Tire Huggers are the perfect accessory to their Undertails. They not only look great and give you some extra color by the rear wheel, but they also help protect the Undertail and the shock linkages from getting dirty.

All Huggers can be installed in minutes and require no modifications to the bike.

  • Factory color-matched for an O.E.M. look.
  • ABS plastic for a perfect fit.
  • Direct O.E.M. replacement fitment.
  • Made in the U.S.A!
  • Note: Image for reference only, actual item color will match factory color (except Unpainted models).
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Overall 2 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Orlando, Fl
NobleN
Does not fit

I bought this because huggers for the 05 ZX6 are hard to find, and from the pictures this one did not look too bad. I put it on and it did not fit at all. I spent almost 2 hours with a Dremel and a heat gun to make this thing fit. It looks great now but I dont think after paying almost 140 that I should have had to do so much to make it fit.

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Location: Peoria, IL
gixerkiller
Tire hugger did not fit right

I expected more from hotbodies products but this tire hugger is not worth the money. Looks great on bike if it would fit right, mounting holes dnt line up. I wouldnt bother purchasing this product for a 2006 CBR 1000. And ill think twice before I ever consider buying hotbodies again.

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: ny
tactical
Keep looking

got the carbon fiber one - HA! fake carbon,fender wasnt even straight,totaly twisted & tweeked.hot bodies is supposed to be from italy,mine said made in mexico.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Phi369

Another excellent product from HOT BODIES....

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
Location: Arizona
JNT09
It's ok.

I wanted a white tire hugger and this works. The white does match my 06 gsxr 1000. The chain guard portion of the hugger does not go all the way to the front of the chain, so that part is still black and when you look at your bike it looks incomplete. Also the chain guard does not go all the way to the end of the chain, so you still may get some dirt on your undertail. I agree with the other review - keep looking. I saw a blue undertail with a chrome piece with a "GSXR" cut-out that looked really awesome. Go with that or find another white hugger from another company. Motosport is GREAT!

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Location: Elmira, NY
Tank
HB Rear Tire Hugger

I like the product. However, it could use some instructions for bikes like mine. The CBR 600 F4i never had a tire hugger so right side instal is ..... adventerous. Overall a good product!

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
squid769
Nice look

This product for a 07 GSX-R 750 looks pretty nice and fits well but i bought it hoping it would solve the twist in my stock hugger. It is slightly tweeked but much better than stock. over all a great product slightly over priced

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Location: new York
Jroked
Terrible quality for a 07 gsxr 600-750

I just recieved it yesterday and boy was I dissapointed. Very cheap, no hardware (like explained) no instructions ( like exlained. Very very flimsy. The construction was worth 40 bucks for a pocket bike. Not 169 for a 10k motorcycle. Edges poorly made, and painted.. Does not match the factory white(like explained). You can see like badly filled rivet? Holes where they were put to help in the construction! All around bad product. Thumbs down I have seen better for dif years/bikes from hot bodies. This is is not the version to get for your k7 Moto is in the process of giving me a refund. I think they should honestly pull this from their catalog!

Overall 2 out of 5 stars
Cozro9

Finish is great, but the fitment could be better. I shaved a little off the bottom to make it fit like it should.

Overall 2 out of 5 stars
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Rule7SSR1
Item received is NOT as pictured

Service was quick with MOTOSPORT, however the item recieved is not what is pictured in the advertisement. Looking at the picture one would think the chain guard and tire hugger are molded as one piece--this is NOT the case, all you receive for the 04-07 Yamaha R1 is the tire hugger not the chain guard that is pictured. The item looks cheap and does not utilize the screw that holds the stock chain guard to the hugger. You would have to cut the tab off the stock guard and have it held in place with 3M double sided tape. Order this at your own risk, you may like it but I dont.

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race77 Location: Indiana
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timothy 1 year 7 months ago Location: Belgrade, ME, USA
How does this mount with doubble face tape or do i have to drill?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
According to Hot Bodies on the 2002 Suzuki GSXR1000, the left side will use the OEM bolts from the chain guard then the center and right side attached using a 3M dual locking Velcro that will hold it to the swingarm.
race77 Over 6 years ago Location: Indiana
Will this fit with a 200 rear tire?
I have a 200 rear tire on my bike... will this fit? The picture looks like its pretty tight.
Top 10 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland
Nate675
I'ts possible but you would have nearly zero clearance. I wouldn't recommend it.
Kposse Over 6 years ago Location: TX
Integrated Chain Guard?
Is the integrated chain guard pictured available? If so, are there certain models, as the reviewers mentioned it didn't come with it for their ride?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago
Darren977
Whether or not these Hotbodies rear-huggers will come with chain guards or not is all dependent upon the bike. These are all make and model specific, so if you'd like to get a more accurate idea as to what you can expect for your bike, I'd recommend taking a look at Hotbodies' website (http://www.hotbodiesracing.com/en/cat_13_huggers ).
safetyian Over 7 years ago
Do you guys carry a rear tire hugger for 2008 kawasaki ninja 250R?
i bought the said motorcycle but it seam like the rear is getting better if there's a tire hugger.. i know that the model of my bike is new but im just wonderin' if the after market manufacturer is working on it? thanks!
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: PDX
racer3114
At this time we do not have a tire hugger for that bike.
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