Kawasaki ZX-10R Subframe Covers Protectors in Carbon Fiber
The Carbon Subframe Covers don't just give your bike a stunning carbon fiber look. They also protect your bike subframe from scratches and in worst case from damage if your bike is being dropped.
Fits the following Bikes:
- Kawasaki ZX-10R 2011+
- Kawasaki ZX-10RR 2016+
Available in Matt and Glossy Finish. You can choose between Twill, Plain and Forged Carbon Weave. Please be notified that OEM Kawasaki Carbon is Twill Weave with a Glossy Finish.
All our Carbon Fiber products are made with DryCarbon Fiber and have a UV-Protection Coat. If you want to learn more about our Carbon click here.
At RPM Carbon, we do not spare any costs and only work with the best materials and standards.
All our products are made with PrePreg Carbon Fiber. PrePreg has the perfect amount of resin impregnated and ensures that our products have maximum strength and weight reduction.
Every product is cured in a high-pressurized Autoclave Oven. This process allows for the highest strength as it presses out even the tiniest micro air pockets out of the carbon. Autoclave Curing is the same technology used in carbon fiber products for aerospace, Formula 1, MotoGP, and other high-performance industries.
We don't just focus on performance. We want our products to stand out and give you satisfaction every time you look at them. Every product is coated with premium automotive clearcoat. We only use the best products with the highest UV-Protection and anti-scratch abilities.
Every Glossy Carbon Product is wet-sanded and polished to guarantee a smooth and ultra-glossy surface.
Twill Weave (2x2)
Twill weave is an over-over-under-under pattern. Most of our customers prefer it. It gives your bike a modern and speedy look.
OEM Carbon of BMW, Kawasaki, Aprilia and others is Twill Weave
Plain Weave (1x1)
Plain Weave is the classic carbon fiber pattern. It's a simple over-under pattern.
Ducati OEM Carbon is Plain Weave.
The newest Carbon Fiber technology. Forged Carbon has been introduced by Lamborghini on their Sesto Elemento Concept Car. The pattern is completely random as the small carbon sheets are just irregular placed in the carbon molds. This gives every part a totally different and unique look.