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Honda CBR1000RR 08-11 undertray from Zero Limits (http://www.zero-limits.co.uk) review

I have used zero limits now three times. 

The first was some underseat trims that were matt carbon and very nice. The only neative was the holes were too small so would not initially fit the tank. They were sold as the more expensive 100% carbon version and very nice.

I then bought a race sprocket cover. This again was good but will not fit my bike at all. I have put it down to my bike using Samco hoses. In Zero limits defence they said that no one else had a problem and offered its return for a refund.

As I got a new carbon undertray, I opted for a Carbon undertray part from Zero Limits. I paid extra for the 100% carbon version and waited about 4 weeks for it to be made.

When it arrived, I immediately noticed the clips used to hold the fairings onto the trim were all different lengths and thicknesses. Once of them looks like it would snap the first time its used.
zero limts carbon fibre trim http://www.zero-limits.co.uk/
Fairing clip
I decided to still try and fit the tray. I immediately found the stock screws would not fit the holes made in the tray. They were simply too small. I drilled the holes slightly larger and found that the original holes were far to shallow. When the trim was in place I tried to tighten the screws and this caused the plastic drilled lug to split and crack the trim. It clearly needed a larger and deeper dilled hole, a larger lug and made more secure. 

Its a shame really, The carbon itself is great, the fitment has again let them down.

zero limts carbon fibre trim http://www.zero-limits.co.uk/
Screw fixing lug

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