In addition to the 3 piece engine case cover set we also offer each cover individually as well as the shark fin and stand bobbins, simply click on the drop down for each product.
The 3 piece kit kit contains the below 3 covers to suit the S1000RR and the HP4 from 2009 to 2016
1x Alternator cover, part number: EC-S1000RR-2009-1-GBR
1x Clutch cover, part number: EC-S1000RR-2009-2-GBR
1x Pulse cover, part number: EC-S1000RR-2009-3-GBR
This model also has a water pump cover available as a option, part number: EC-S1000RR-2009-5-GBR
Alternator crank cover
Our GBRacing alternator crank covers are designed to provide the best protection to your motorcycle's alternator. We have designed these alternator crank covers to fit both the standard stock casings and the modified kit alternators. The alternator is located on the left hand side of your motorcycle. All of our covers come supplied with replacement bolts. There is no need to remove stock casings or gasket seals.
The GBRacing clutch cover will provide protection and style to your motorcycle's clutch. This clutch cover is fitted over the existing clutch on the right hand side of your motorcycle. All of our covers come supplied with replacement bolts for your clutch crank cover. There is no need to remove stock casings or gasket seals.
Timing crank cover
The timing crank cover is located on the right hand side of your motorcycle. The timing cover is usually the smallest of the set. Once again, all of our covers come supplied with replacement bolts. We highly recommend using the timing crank cover with our clutch crank cover for maximum protection. There is no need to remove stock casings or gasket seals.
Lower chainguard-shark fin
Using our tough 6.6 long glass nylon, we have produced a strong, durable lower chainguard to help protect your hands and legs. This chainguard will also stop your fingers or feet from getting caught in the chain during a crash.
Paddock stand bobbins
Purchase our GBRacing bobbins to really complete your protection bundle. These bobbins will help to minimise damage to your swinging arm during a crash. They also double up as paddock stand lifting points.