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This afternoon my Skinz Protective Gear Nytro MTX Rear Bumper arrived from Sled Solutions (http://www.sledsolutions.com/store/p...roducts_id=902)
I requested this be powdercoated in Yamaha Blue as I thought it would add a nice touch to my Blue 2010 SE. Skinz was more than happy to accommodate this request and did a fabulous job on the powder-coating!


While I have not yet done the install, I wanted to let everyone know what was built and shipped to me.

Some may ask why I bother with the photos of the shipping material. Having been in custom manufacturing, HOW a specialty product is packed and shipped to the customer says ALOT about the overall quality of the product itself.

Skinz packaging and shipping was FIRST RATE!
Everything arrived INTACT without any scratches or abrasions, extremely well wrapped and boxed.

The overall quality of the finished product "Appears" to be excellent!
The beauty of their aluminum welds speaks volumes all by itself.


As summer rolls along and I get this installed, I will add more to this post.


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(note my under the tunnel exhaust came packed with my new rear bumper, and the muffler was TOTALLY Isolated from the bumper)



Rear Bumper showing the edge curve for tunnel






Sidewall showing curve



Sidewall showing curvature



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Thoughts.

I ordered this just because it LOOKED beautiful on their website.
The appearance caught my eye first and foremost.

One of the things I wanted though was a Tunnel Stiffner, and from their photos I couldn't be 100% sure that the sides of this had dimensionality to it. That it wasn't just flat, but actuall curved and followed along the sides of the tunnel. I tried to get some photos showing this feature. From what I can see, it should do the trick nicely, as I want to install a rear Tunnel Bag and wanted the extra support.

But you can't escape the beauty of it.
Its just a good looking accessory to the sled.
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Been a long summer.
Still working on this.

Got the rear Bumper off the sled and removed both of the side reflectors.
First time I ever drilled out a rivet in my life.

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With NOTHING holding it in place, this is the rear bumper just sitting on the rear end. When mounted I think it will sit just a bit higher on the tunnel.




I am thinking that the rear reflector will probably have to come off as it is all but worthless now the rear bumper blocking it from view.

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With my tunnel now polished and the Air-Frame boards installed, I am finally ready to rivet this beast into place.!
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Positioned the bumper into place. There is "SOME" room to slide it forward or backward, but give or take about 3/8ths of a inch, it HAS to be where it ends up or the pre-existing whole that were left from the OEM bumper bolts will not line up with the metal of the new bumper. So positioning it was really a matter of trying to center all of the holes.




Here you can see THREE of the pre-existing OEM bumper mounting holes that have to be re-used to mount the new bumper.



Unfortunately you have to drill from the inside of the tunnel out, which means your pushing the bumper off the tunnel, so I had my son grab it and hold it in place in addition to the spring clamps.
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This kinda surprised me. Considering how sweet this bumper is, it didn't come with a short bolt and a nice caped nut. I think tomorrow I am going to go hunting for some shorter bolts with a decorative caped nut to replace the ones that came from Skinz.
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This is the finished product MINUS the rivets.
I had ordered another bag of Rivets from OFT Racing as I do NOT like the rivets that Skinz supplies. The OEM Yamaha Rivets from OFT Racing are VASTLY superior in quality!





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