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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-23-2014, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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slingshotmods.com is getting on board with some goodies
Certainly they will be interesting once they get product! Do you know their time frame?
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Slingmods.com has some nice stuff at a not-so-nice price. They have a swingarm shield to keep debris from piling up in a bad place. It is a good idea. I made one from an old floor mat. It looks the same as the $40 model and I suspect is more durable. I did get the front end Curb Alert and highly recommend it. From the driver's seat the very vulnerable front end is invisible. I found myself parking much too far from the curb in an effort to prevent damage. The Curb Alert pays for itself if it prevents one curb bump.
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slingshotmods.com is getting on board with some goodies
Awesome, will keep an eye out for anything else they might be coming out with.
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Slingshot is really cool..I think a lot of options are headed our way. This will truly evolve into something more awesome than it Is now. Once companies see the success of Slingshot., things will happen! Got rid of Goldwing trike for this..This is a great ride!
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What brand of floor mats are everyone recommending???
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If they came out with a roof and wind shield then people would be able to drive around in the rain, which would be nice. it also might be nice to get some shade for people who live in ridiculously warm places (Arizona for example).

As far as floor mats go I always go with weather tec, but I'm not sure if they have made something that would fit the Slingshot.



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Corbin offers a really nice set of rear panniers. The only problem is that they're $3,333.
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