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EMi Henchcraft® 2009-Up GSXR Billet Engine Case Saver
EMi Henchcraft® 2009-Up GSXR Billet Engine Case Saver

EMi Henchcraft® 2009-Up GSXR Billet Engine Case Saver

1000 Suzuki GSXR, 1.00" Overall Thickness, Aluminum

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  • Helps protects the cases from chain damage and houses the clutch cable assembly
  • Specially designed for a clean and smooth operation
  • Will work on 2009-Up GSXR engines
  • Made from lightweight, yet strong billet aluminum
  • Overall thickness of this case saver measures a total of 1"

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Available for two models of GSXR engine, this case save protects the cases from chain damage and houses the clutch cable assembly for clean and smooth operation.

  • For 2009-Up GSXR engines
  • Keeps chain from damaging engine case
  • Billet aluminum
  • No hardware included

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