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I needed to relocate the factory helmet lock in order to install a bag rack. The Kijima lock body is identical to factory one, and the bracket itself fit perfeclty after inserting a 2mm rubber shim (I used a plumbing gasket). Overall I'm extremely content with the result!
Reviews For KIJIMA Helmet Lock From Other Webike User
The diameter of the TrellisFrame of ducatisport1000 was about Φ27 with a ruler measurement, so I bought this product with a slightly larger fineness. It fits under the Seat and the Tank, and I was able to install it without damaging the Frame by inserting a 1mm thick rubber plate that I bought beforehand. KIJIMA's Helmet lock has been used in Grom, so you can use it with confidence.
It's nice that you don't need a key when you install the Helmet.View Detail
When I put the side bag on the Left Side of REBEL, the NORMAL Helmet lock is not useful at all, so I installed this item. It's a very useful item, easy to install and very durable. I would definitely recommend these items.View Detail
Part looks well made and put together with solid build quality. Easy to DIY install, did it in under 10min. My only issue with it is that its near the foot pegs, leading to the top of my helmet getting scratched by my own foot pegs. This can be easily solved by placing the helemt in a helmet bag and attaching both the helemt D rings and bag loops through the lock.View Detail
After trying to source a genuine kawasaki lock for my Z900RS and being told there's no stock part (not entirely sure i believed, since apparently in some markets they come standard with the lock), I found this one. Fitting was pretty easy, I mounted it on the left side of the bikeView Detail
입문하고 5년차에 드디어 구입했습니다. 물론, 처음 입문했던 바이크는 허구한날 레드존으로 다니다가 엔진이 무지개다리를 건넜습니다..만 이게 중요한건 아니고. 어딜 갈때마다 헬멧이 너무 처치곤란이었는데, 이제 비가오는날이 아니라면 간단하게 체결시켜놓고 다녀올수 있겠네요. 헬멧에 붙어있는 블루투스조차 훔쳐간다고 해서 불안하던차에, 이번에 일체형 헬멧을 산김에 이녀석도 샀습니다. 앞으로의 라이딩에 플러스가 되길 바랍니다.----------------------------------------------------------I finally bought it in the fifth year.Of course, the first bike went to Red Zone on a fictional day, and the engine crossed the rainbow bridge.Every time I went, the helmet was too difficult, butIf it's not a rainy day, you can take a quick conclusion.Even Bluetooth attached to the helmet was stealing, in a car that was anxious,This time, I bought this guy as I bought an integrated helmet.I hope you will be plus for future riding.Powered by Google TranslatorView Detail
I don't carry a pillion as often as I used to, so regretably I don't have firsthand testimony as to their comfort. They certainly offer more robust footing than stock, and are little bit wider, which I presume translates into surer footing / less interference with the pilot's heels. Visually they are chunkier, more mechanical than stock, but the color blends in well with the frame and they make a perfect matched set with the thing I was really interested in: the rearsets.View Detail
Everyone recognizes the "peanut" shape of classic gas tanks: it's one of those objects, like the golden rectangle, which is inherently pleasing to the human eye. I figure a responsible parent should begin cultivating good taste early, and so when dad got a new windscreen, son got a cool thing for 2nd grade show-and-tell.View Detail
Windscreens are a tricky thing to review, because the fitment is contingent on the geometry of the bars, seat, pegs, rider, etc.. Nevertheless, as a 187cm rider I installed this part hoping to add a few centimeters to the "wind bubble" coming off the OEM windscreen, which I could combine with lowering and moving rearwards the bars, saddle, and pegs to get a sportier position without folding myself into a pretzel.The setup was successful. Up to about 80kph I can sit more or less neutrally, as the spoiler cuts the laminar flow of the wind and reduces the "push" on my helmet. 80 and upwards is when it makes sense to actually tuck in a bit, and while there's a little bit of buffeting from the turbulence I find that overall, having a "penumbra" of turbulent air around the pocket of calm directly behind the screen makes it easier to lean my head and shoulders out of the bubble and into a lean.If I were doing a lot of long-distance riding, I'd consider upgrading to one of the taller screens, but for mixed urban/rural riding with a lot of curves it perfectly serves my needs.View Detail
To be honest, the Z's front fender is too busy looking svelt to actually do a good job of protecting the exhaust or radiator. Originally I added this part with a mind to make it easier to dislodge road grit (thanks to the denser mesh in the center), but it does a good job of catching bugs on the corners of the hexagonal pattern elsewhere as well. The true color is a little closer to Yoshimura's gunmetal than to true black, but at any distance over a meter or so it blends in well. At certain angles the logo peeks out, and in others it stays hidden - a nice bit of subtlety on a bike whcih benefits from subtle touches.View Detail
I chose this part mainly to complement the guard on the right side of the bike, but I do think it's a bit more protective than those guards which only cover the front portion of the generator case.View Detail
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