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ACD Racing

Hello! 👋

 

Here in ACD, what we really love is finding some nice pictures of the bikes with ACD skid plates mounted on them. It's always nice to see, how our parts look like on the bike, especially if there are some nice views on the background, or the bike has a interesting color scheme, or there is a skid plate in action... WE LOVE PICTURES! 

 

I know there are many of you guys who already got ACD products on your bike. I will be glad to share some of the pictures from the web, that have the ACD protection installed, but will be glad to see yours!

 

Share your pictures too!

 

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Got some photos to share? 😎

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SantacruzT100

@ACD Racing USA has anyone mounted the skid plate with Leo Vince headers? I can't get the plate to fit even with stock headers.   Is it possible just to drill the holes out to make it fit?

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Bartek

Hello, Does anyone had a pictures of black version after some hard offroad usage?  With some scratches? ...cannot decide between raw and black 😕

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ACD Racing

Hey!

 

I've seen this guy using it for quite some time and he might could share some pictures with you: 

 

 

From our experience, black powder coating is pretty resistant in normal conditions. Only once I have seen it has changed quite a lot, after it did 30,000+ km over the deserts and other sandy places, all on a Super Tenere. The surface behind the front wheel was a bit... sandblasted 🙂  But generally the paint is thick and resistant. And look cool 😎 

 

On 9/8/2020 at 7:30 PM, Bartek said:

Hello, Does anyone had a pictures of black version after some hard offroad usage?  With some scratches? ...cannot decide between raw and black 😕

 

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Bartek

Thanks for that.  I'm more concerned about scratches to the side of them, Tenere is quite wide bike down low, and i already scratched the engine casing, so bashplate will get scratched on the side as well...

On other hand i'm waiting for my Givi crashbars, and they are black as well, so scratches are unavoidable 🙂  I will see how bike will look with crashbars and then decide between raw and black. At the moment i'm leaning more towards raw.

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Bartek

BTW, why no blue stickers on your website?

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