Although it is the SSB slider that I made to protect the SSB, it was said that it can be effectively used for lower protection of crankcases and vehicles that are jumping out below by changing usage.
First I tried wearing it on my ZRX 1200.
I tried wearing it around the bent pipe.
At the time of falling, I tried to apply cardboard to the standard that the road surface will come like this.
Although it is an approximate standard, it seems to protect us effectively.
Especially it seems to take the form that it shifts to the main SSB while protecting it from software from the first blow at falling.
I am going into the test now, but I am expecting it because it leads to improvement of the part I was most concerned about.