The R&G Racing Series Engine Case Cover is intended to protect the vulnerable exposed clutch cover from damage in the event of a slide or crash. Rugged Vacuum-formed polypropylene is 4 mm thick to absorb impacts and resist wear while a replaceable slider puck ensures even greater shock and wear resistance. The slider puck can be quickly replaced after a small spill to get you back on the road/track without replacing the whole unit. This case cover is simple and easy to install over the OEM engine case using the included replacement hardware without the need to replace gaskets or change fluids. Use the R&G Frame Sliders, Fork Protectors, and Swingarm Sliders to ensure your beautiful Italian superbike is completely protected.
- Protect the entire OEM clutch case cover top to bottom
- Rugged 4 mm polypropylene is precisely molded to the shape of the factory clutch case
- Replaceable slider puck at impact edge provide enhanced shock protection and wear resistance
- Easy to install over the OEM case cover without the need to replace gaskets or change the oil
- Used and trusted by top race teams in British Superbike, California Superbike School & AMA approved
- Engine protection proven in the most demanding conditions now available for the street
- Right side clutch cover
- Replacement hardware
- Installation instructions
R&G Engine Case Covers
R&G UK Sales Manager Alan Garrett commented "Our Race Series Case Covers have been specifically developed at the highest level of racing to ensure maximum protection in case of a crash. The cost of replacing an engine casing or removing debris from an engine is an expense that race teams do not need, so our new 2015 specification allows them to quickly replace the puck in case of a small crash, whilst offering full protection in case of a larger one."
Brent Gladwin, Team WD40 Owner said, "Unfortunately we've had our fair share of crashes this year, but thanks to the R&G crash protection on our machines, the damage has been minimal. The best example of the Race Series Case Covers doing their job perfectly was at Oulton Park recently, when Tarran Mackenzie crashed his Stauff Connect Academy Kawasaki during the race. Despite heavy impact and sliding down the tarmac for some 150 yards at high speed, the engine suffered no damage at all – which, along with the rest of the R&G items on our bike, meant we were able to walk away from a potentially expensive crash with nothing more than some broken fairings!"