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-2.5 lbs reduction in weight.
The SAS Stage 1 kit is our most basic kit containing only the SAS block off plates. These plates are machined from 6061 T6 aluminum, tumbled, then Thermocoated which unlike most other anodized plates, will NEVER fade or turn purple. Finally they are machined one by one with our tough 'R' logo that speaks of quality parts.
This SAS Stage 1 kit is typically used on 950 LC8 model engines as unlike fuel injected models, warning lights (FI) do not come on when the SAS ands Canister valves are unplugged and removed. On all fuel injected LC8 engines, choose either our basic Stage 2 SAS or more comprehensive Stage 3 SAS for the 990 Adventure or if you may consider balancing your throttle bodies in the future. Both the Stage 2 and 3 SAS kits come will everything you will need for the fuel injected models.
This product carries a 1 year warranty against defects in materials and craftsmanship.
Posted by Brad T on 10th Mar 2019
Dont be tight! just buy them. Looks good & fits perfect,
Posted by Lars on 13th May 2017
good looking with perfect fit and finish.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Aug 2016
,, They fitted easy and look great.
Posted by sidi42 on 28th Mar 2016
Thumb up for the good cutting alloy and the big engrave 'R' logo.. Looking forward for the next upgrade.
Posted by John O. on 14th Sep 2015
Yes,You could make them.And they would work the same as these,But they won't look as good as Rottweilers
Posted by Markus on 27th Jun 2015
Even they are a bit expensive compared to some home cut aluminium, they look awsome in the bike and top quality!
Posted by Andrew Henderson on 11th Apr 2015
Although many D.I.Y. mech's and pro's will claim that your stage 1 emissions removal can be simply finished with a neat set of aluminium plates cut from some spare plate found in the workshop or garage, nothing beats a sick set of Rottweiler Performance Plates that proudly dress the flanks of your beast, as it does on my KTM 950 SE!!! www.facebook.com/advtrails
Posted by Len Ferguson on 9th Feb 2015
Like all Rotty gear, top shelve...