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Railside Performance Now Has Evotech Performance

Railside Performance

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We are the GTAs newest authorized Evotech Performance dealer so please contact us anytime if you need an EP part and we are located in Mississauga for the west siders.

Spring is finally arriving so please contact us for your fender eliminator and integrated sequential taillight needs.

 

LBV

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Never knew these existed ... can you get a price for me pls?

 

Priller

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I have some Evotech bits on my Tuono, and they're nicely made. Need a rad and oil cooler guard if I ever have time for the Tuono over the RC, will check in then...
 

Evoex

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I have some Evotech bits on my Tuono, and they're nicely made. Need a rad and oil cooler guard if I ever have time for the Tuono over the RC, will check in then...
ooof. purchase #1.
 

Priller

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ooof. purchase #1.
I like to live dangerously...

I'm actually ambivalent about getting one. Like most V4's, she runs hot, so I'm not a fan of restricting airflow to the rad, even by a bit. Still, now that I've talked about it, I'd better get one or I'll be crying about the bill soon enough...
 

Katatonic

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I like to live dangerously...

I'm actually ambivalent about getting one. Like most V4's, she runs hot, so I'm not a fan of restricting airflow to the rad, even by a bit. Still, now that I've talked about it, I'd better get one or I'll be crying about the bill soon enough...

I put a rad guard on mine last summer and didn’t notice any difference with the running temps. Mind you I live out in the country so I do very little, if any, low speed in-town riding.
 

Evoex

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I like to live dangerously...

I'm actually ambivalent about getting one. Like most V4's, she runs hot, so I'm not a fan of restricting airflow to the rad, even by a bit. Still, now that I've talked about it, I'd better get one or I'll be crying about the bill soon enough...
big surprise from BMW: OEM rad/oil cooler guard was $85!!

Touring Screen.....$450 🤦‍♂️

went 3rd party on the screen lol.
 

killvino

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ooof. purchase #1.

I hear this a lot and I could just be lucky but none of my bikes have ever had these and never had a problem. wanted to get one but never got around before swapping bikes.
how often and what are the chances of something hitting and puncturing the rad?
I've actually hit a bird that flew into it and it didn't do any damage.
 

Railside Performance

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That's a tough call and I have a screen on my bike and it is heavily pitted and a couple small dents (reminder to sand and paint this year). I guess it is like insurance where you pay less now to potentially save more later. Same could be said for frame sliders. I have no overheating issues either but it is liquid cooled.

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Evoex

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I hear this a lot and I could just be lucky but none of my bikes have ever had these and never had a problem. wanted to get one but never got around before swapping bikes.
how often and what are the chances of something hitting and puncturing the rad?
I've actually hit a bird that flew into it and it didn't do any damage.
I put a lot of kms on my bikes, especially highway. I get stones and debris bouncing off my legs often enough that for $80 I’ll take the peace of mind.
 

killvino

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I put a lot of kms on my bikes, especially highway. I get stones and debris bouncing off my legs often enough that for $80 I’ll take the peace of mind.
I get it, its one of those preemptive things, would be a ****** thing to get stuck middle of nowhere. hence why i carry around a tire plug kit with me as well.

I do mostly highway kms and country roads out of the city.
Just wondered if you had any first hand experience or heard of anyone having getting a rad puncture/failure while riding.
 

killvino

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That's a tough call and I have a screen on my bike and it is heavily pitted and a couple small dents (reminder to sand and paint this year). I guess it is like insurance where you pay less now to potentially save more later. Same could be said for frame sliders. I have no overheating issues either but it is liquid cooled.

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sounds like yours is getting use.
frame sliders i've seen and used them (parking lot/driveway tip-overs)
 

Evoex

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I get it, its one of those preemptive things, would be a ****** thing to get stuck middle of nowhere. hence why i carry around a tire plug kit with me as well.

I do mostly highway kms and country roads out of the city.
Just wondered if you had any first hand experience or heard of anyone having getting a rad puncture/failure while riding.
Nope, not yet. 🤞🏼
 

Katatonic

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I get it, its one of those preemptive things, would be a ****** thing to get stuck middle of nowhere. hence why i carry around a tire plug kit with me as well.

I do mostly highway kms and country roads out of the city.
Just wondered if you had any first hand experience or heard of anyone having getting a rad puncture/failure while riding.

I know a couple of fellow Tuono riders that have had a rock puncture their rad while out riding back roads which is what prompted me to get one.
For what the covers cost, it’s cheap insurance.
I’m with you on bringing a patch kit when touring, just in case. Same reason I’ve got frame sliders and always wear my gear - for the what ifs.
 

killvino

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i really need to stay off GTAM.

first i get convinced to buy an 1100 over a cheaper 1000.
swore off buying parts until winter but now looks like i'll be retracting that statement too.

thanks guys 😂
 

Evoex

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i really need to stay off GTAM.

first i get convinced to buy an 1100 over a cheaper 1000.
swore off buying parts until winter but now looks like i'll be retracting that statement too.

thanks guys 😂
when you hear that first object bounce off the guard be sure to thank us!
 

Katatonic

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i really need to stay off GTAM.

first i get convinced to buy an 1100 over a cheaper 1000.
swore off buying parts until winter but now looks like i'll be retracting that statement too.

thanks guys

Does it have the race tune? That really smooths out the throttle response, gives you a little bump in power, opens up the flapper valve and makes the engine run a little cooler.
After market pipe? It really lets the engine roar like it should! Plus, getting rid of the cat helps even more with throttle response and another little bump in power. (Don’t put a pipe on until the race tune is done.)
 

robertv19

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Cool. I have purchased several items from them and their products are top notch as is their customer service. Delivery from the UK has been reasonable both in time and cost. Are you stocking stuff or just placing orders on demand? @railsideperformance
 

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