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Brembo GP4-RS calipers £714

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What’s good T The tech from th­ese calipers h has fil­tered down fr from Mo­togp. Their die-cast con­struc­tion meansm they are 10% lighterlig than the Ital­ian firm’sf top-rated M4 m monoblocs, whilst also runn run­ning cooler and pro­vid­ing in in­creased stiff­ness. The c calipers come with Brembo sin­teredsin­tere pads.

What’s not Uprat­ingUp cy­cle parts with ex­otic trin­ket­strink such as th­ese can be an ex­pen­sive­ex­pen ad­dic­tion. www.mod­e­per www.mod­e­per­for­mance.co.uk

Skid­marx tall screen for Honda NC750X £64.95

What’s good At 3mm loftier than the stan­dard Honda screen, this Skid­marx tall screen boosts the NC750X’S al­ready ex­cep­tional prac­ti­cal­ity. It will fit straight on with no mod­i­fi­ca­tions. What’s not The black screen looks cool but you won’t be able to see through it, there’s also a light tint and clear ver­sion too. www.skid­marx.co.uk

Tu­cano Ur­bano Tebu glove £35.99

What’s good If you need proof of how good th­ese off-road gloves are, just ask Dakar rider Paolo Ceci who’s just com­peted in the rally whilst wear­ing them. Th­ese short gloves have syn­thetic suede palms with sil­i­cone grip pan­els. Avail­able in black/orange and black/blue. What’s not Be­ing pure off-road gloves, there’s not much in the way of im­pact or weather pro­tec­tion. www.tu­can­otur­bano.com

Power­bronze bel­ly­pan for 20132017 Tuono V4 £95

What’s good As a re­place­ment to the OE bel­ly­pan, this Power­bronze item pro­tects the un­der­car­riage of this nutty naked slightly bet­ter than stock, as well as of­fer­ing a de­gree of per­son­al­i­sa­tion. It’s avail­able in a range of colours from black, white, and car­bon look with var­i­ous choices of mesh in­lay. What’s not It’s only slightly dif­fer­ent than the stock part but much bet­ter made. www.power­bronze.co.uk

Hyper­pro lowering spring kit for new Kawasaki Z650 £89

What’s good De­signed to re­duce the seat height of the new naked from its rea­son­able 790mm to a very ac­ces­si­ble 765mm, the Hyper­pro lowering spring is the same length as the orig­i­nal item so fits the stan­dard shock. It pro­duces the lowering ef­fect cour­tesy of its spe­cial pro­gres­sive spring rate. What’s not It’s best if you also in­vest in the lowering kit for the front end, too, which costs an £123. www.per­for­man­ceparts-ltd.com

Re­as­sur­ingly ex­pen­sive new Brem­bos

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