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Isotta Hand guards

After almost 2 years since my initial inquiry about hand guards, I finally have a pair installed on my TMAX.

I ordered them from: http://www.tagomotocorse.com/
Using this page: http://www.tagomotocorse.com/en/yama...ht_smoked_.php

I paid right about $100, with shipping and it took 12 days from order (from Italy) to delivery (Pennsylvania). I got them today and installed them today. It took about 30 minutes.

They make them for Burgmans of different kinds too. Here is just one link:
http://www.tagoscooter.com/en/suzuki...-_cod.pm40.php

At any rate - they appear to be high quality Lexan - top notch. They were easy to figure out how to install, even though the instructions were all in Italian. The install took about 30 minutes, but now that I have done the initial install, I can remove them by taking off one bolt (each side), and re-install them in a similar fashion.

I look forward to giving them a try - maybe as soon as this weekend!! We will see.


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I just ordered these universal mount type. You replace the bar end weights with theirs. $12.99 and free shipping. I will install them when they get here and post comments.

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If you could replace those yellow reflectors with usable aux driving lights, that would be pretty cool (;

Just eyeballing it, I think something like that would hit my wind screen at full turn. As it is, the Isotta ones are damned close to doing so, and they appear to be "more flat" and stick out forward less than something like these.

I do like the price though (;


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Isotta Hand guards .

I had those on my Tmax and loved them , worked really well in the winter .

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After almost 2 years since my initial inquiry about hand guards, I finally have a pair installed on my TMAX.

I ordered them from: http://www.tagomotocorse.com/
Using this page: http://www.tagomotocorse.com/en/yama...ht_smoked_.php

I paid right about $100, with shipping and it took 12 days from order (from Italy) to delivery (Pennsylvania). I got them today and installed them today. It took about 30 minutes.

They make them for Burgmans of different kinds too. Here is just one link:
http://www.tagoscooter.com/en/suzuki...-_cod.pm40.php

At any rate - they appear to be high quality Lexan - top notch. They were easy to figure out how to install, even though the instructions were all in Italian. The install took about 30 minutes, but now that I have done the initial install, I can remove them by taking off one bolt (each side), and re-install them in a similar fashion.

I look forward to giving them a try - maybe as soon as this weekend!! We will see.

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