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Henchcraft® 97010050 Motor Mounts
Henchcraft® 97010050 Motor Mounts

Henchcraft® 97010050 Motor Mounts

Sprint Racing Application Compatibility, Bolt-on Attachment Style, Aluminum Mount Material

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Application Compatibility:
Sprint Racing
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Mount Material:
Aluminum
Mount Finish:
Anodized
Hardware Included:
No
Weight:
2.20 lbs.
Material Thickness:
0.85"
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New from Henchcraft® Chassis, these engine mount kits allow you to mount your GSXR engine to the motorplate on your Mini Lightning Sprint 1000cc chassis. They include all mounts needed for a successful installation.

  • (4) billet motor mounts
  • For use on 2009-up GSXR engines
  • For use on Henchcraft┬« Mini Lightning Sprint chassis
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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