Definitely I vote for the Forum to get ways to react in more ways that the boring "Like" as now.
Hi Evil Wrong, welcome. I put SW Motech lowers on my 2020 ATAS ES DCT. Before I ever rode the bike after installing them, like the next day, I dropped the bike on the left side, and the crash bar bent in and even dented the fuel tank. So, no I would not recommend SW Motech. There is another set out there with great videos on how they test their crash bar on his bike. I believe they are Outback, or something similar. As DT suggested, use the search tool at the top.Hello i'm new Here from Quebec, Canada i don't know what is the best to choose between OEM from Honda or Aftermarket like SW Motech crash bar lower and upper any advice or suggestion 😀
thanks did you install by your self ?I have the Givi top and bottom set. It has been down three times, fully loaded, once fully loaded with my wife attached and once fully loaded into the side of a fire engine. They didn't move and were still easy to remove and reinstall (uppers) after the third drop. Lower install requires removing the exhuast which is annoying.
Beyond that, they really should be considered a sacrificial piece if you ever go down really hard, so if a set breaks during a fall but your bike doesn't break, they did their job. If you drop it and they don't break, they may qualify for employee of the month and get to keep their job another day.