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Is there anyone installed radiator guard on your CTX 1300? If there is , where did you buy? I want to put one on mine. Please advise , thanks
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So far, nothing. I asked the same over a year ago. What I finally did, was install the fenda-extenda and that keep the road grime down to a good minimum.

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Same here Downunder, nothing to protect the radiator found yet, I too installed the front fender-extender but it came off in atrocious weather between Tenterfield and home (800k ride on VERY wet roads....NOT fun).

Today I am installing the second carbon fiber protector.

Has anyone done anything more than double-sided tape and silicone...??? I'm thinking a few screws or even a stainless bolt may hold this one.
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Mine came with plastic rivets. Still attached pretty good.

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I used Gorilla Epoxy adhesive to install the fender extension.

Also looking at radiator guards.
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I have the Carbon Fiber Extender, I used J B Quick Weld a 2 Part Epoxy. Solid attachment! I've used JB WELD to repair Aluminum Cylinder Heads.
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I have also a fender extender (fitted with plastic tivets) but perhaps a radiator screen guard of a st1300 will fit?
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I have also a fender extender (fitted with plastic tivets) but perhaps a radiator screen guard of a st1300 will fit?
I checked the website and it says "out of stock", anyone know if the ST1300 radiator is the same?
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I checked the website and it says "out of stock", anyone know if the ST1300 radiator is the same?
The CTX radiator 19010-MCS-305 is flat
The ST radiator 19101-MJN-A01 is curved with twin fans
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The CTX radiator 19010-MCS-305 is flat
The ST radiator 19101-MJN-A01 is curved with twin fans
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