Sicass Aluminum Wrap Around Handguards/Deflectors With Turn Signals
Installing Sicass Racing Hand Guards With Turn Signals
- Various Metric Sockets (8MM, 10MM)
- Various Metric Allens (3, 4, 5 MM)
- New Razor Blade
- Wire Cutters/Snips
- Zip Ties
This is a comprehensive install video of the Sicass aluminum wrap around hand guards/debris deflectors on a 2017 KTM 500EXC-f but is applicable to anyone who wants to learn how to properly install this type of hand protection on their dirtbike, moto, MX bike, ADV/Adventure bike, etc.
It’s not a difficult install to get done, but it is time consuming so that is why this video is so long. The SICASS/SAR hand guards are awesome though, we love them and love how much cleaner they make this KTM look. The hand guards combined with the SICASS racing tail-tidy kit make for a totally different looking bike in the best of ways.
For the KTM’s you will need the following parts from Sicass/Rocky Mountain ATV/MC:
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