I have mumbled about fitting a bash plate to the Tracer GT; not for rufty tufty off road reasons, more to protect those awfully exposed exhaust pipes and to give a kerb something to hit before the sump should I (shock horror) be coming off/on a pavement !
I have been gleaning design ideas from proprietary items.
The simplest mounting I have found (used by a company something like SSSwwwwmototrick) fits brackets to the sump mounting bolts, to carry the bash plate.
The attached link shows the main mount and there are two others.
I am just a bit concerned that this design ultimately loads those sump bolts in the event of a BASH !
Dear Steve T,
As the bash plate maestro, (your opinion is just that and carries no liability!) do you think that I am over thinking it ?
Perhaps make the brackets from 2mm mild steel to partially crumple in event of a BASH taking load off the sump bolts.
Or should I just sing "be happy don't worry" ---🎶🎶