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 Post subject: Disappointed with NYC and ATR Billet Extensions
PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2014 6:40 pm 
Just tweeked out my 3year old ATR billet extension after rebuilding it less than a year ago. My first extension was a NCY v.2 and it went bad after 2 years. My 2009 with 9100 miles is my daily driver and I ride the shit out of it. I weigh 200lbs and don't believe I am over stressing the product. Both products bolts became loose and made the wheel lean to the left. Yes, I did Loc-Tight all the bolts before installing. I think both products are probably fine for casual riding but for daily use something more substantial should be used. I am going to try a Mojo, unless someone has a better suggestion.

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Did your engine bushings go? Or did the mount fail?

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Failed mount. The bolts came loose and the arms just float. You can really feel the flex when you make right turns. It feels like you have really low rear tire pressure. Real sloppy.

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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2014 7:14 pm 
Weird. I've had mine on for the past 5yrs with no issues, and I outweigh u by a good 65lbs. And i put some serious miles on my bike every year.

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