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The HTC2 is carved by CNC machines out of solid billet aluminum, exclusively for the Honda RC-51.

 

Designed to integrate with the aerodynamic, muscular character of the bike, the HTC2 is an extraordinary addition to an extraordinary motorcycle.

 

Rigid, strong, and light-weight, the HTC2 makes its own statement through the proprietary trellis design, refined to integrate completely with the RC-51's unique styling.

 

The HTC2 replaces the stock top triple clamp and clamp cover, permitting the use of Cycle Cat rips multi-adjustable bar mounting systems. It also provides for raising the fork tubes (lowering the front end of the bike). While the HTC2 is designed to be used with the Cycle Cat rips system, once in place, the HTC2 will permit the use of any appropriate clip on.

 

As with all Cycle Cat triple clamps, the HTC2 is machined to Cycle Cat's unsurpassed standards, then sealed and surface-hardened in a choice of four anodized finishes. The HTC2 is also available in chrome

 

DKS11-31-71-02-350

At first glance, it may not be obvious how a side stand fits into Cycle Cat's line of performance products. In fact, adjustments in ride height, and damage caused by racing mishaps, are a part of the world of peformance, and Cycle Cat's KS series rearstands are designed to provide a range of options to address specific requirements, whether brought about through replacement or tuning.

 

The design intent with the DKS 11, 31, and 71 side stands is to address the modifications to ride height made by many owners of S4Rs and superbikes, as well as make it possible to improve the resting angle on many bikes equipped, as stock, with side stands which seem a little too short, resulting in an extreme, and often alarming, attitude for the bike when parked. We wanted to accomplish this with a very strong, very stable solution which was not only lighter than the stock piece, but hopefully, more beautiful as well.

 

To address all of the design criteria, we settled on three products, identical in function, but each of a different length, keeping the engineering simple and elegant. Of course, we included Cycle Cat's proprietary adjustable retraction stop, which enables the user to adjusted the retracted position of the stand, for clearance of aftermarket pipes, or simply, adjustment for rider preference.

 

Which Stand Is Right for You?

The DKS11 is designed for bikes which have been, or will be, lowered. If one has otherwise modified the ride height, and has a stock stand on the bike, place the bike on the stock side stand, then tilt it up to the desired resting angle, making sure to leave its weight on the suspension, as it would normally be at rest. Then, by measuring the space beneath the stock stand and the ground, one can get a good estimate of how much needs to be added to stock length to achieve the preferred resting angle.

 

For example, if the bike is stock, but seems to lean at too extreme an angle, and at the preferred resting angle, the stock side stand is about 1" off the ground, the DKS71 would be the correct choice.

 

DKS11-31-71-02-350

At first glance, it may not be obvious how a side stand fits into Cycle Cat's line of performance products. In fact, adjustments in ride height, and damage caused by racing mishaps, are a part of the world of peformance, and Cycle Cat's KS series rearstands are designed to provide a range of options to address specific requirements, whether brought about through replacement or tuning.

 

The design intent with the DKS 11, 31, and 71 side stands is to address the modifications to ride height made by many owners of S4Rs and superbikes, as well as make it possible to improve the resting angle on many bikes equipped, as stock, with side stands which seem a little too short, resulting in an extreme, and often alarming, attitude for the bike when parked. We wanted to accomplish this with a very strong, very stable solution which was not only lighter than the stock piece, but hopefully, more beautiful as well.

 

To address all of the design criteria, we settled on three products, identical in function, but each of a different length, keeping the engineering simple and elegant. Of course, we included Cycle Cat's proprietary adjustable retraction stop, which enables the user to adjusted the retracted position of the stand, for clearance of aftermarket pipes, or simply, adjustment for rider preference.

 

Which Stand Is Right for You?

The DKS11 is designed for bikes which have been, or will be, lowered. If one has otherwise modified the ride height, and has a stock stand on the bike, place the bike on the stock side stand, then tilt it up to the desired resting angle, making sure to leave its weight on the suspension, as it would normally be at rest. Then, by measuring the space beneath the stock stand and the ground, one can get a good estimate of how much needs to be added to stock length to achieve the preferred resting angle.

 

For example, if the bike is stock, but seems to lean at too extreme an angle, and at the preferred resting angle, the stock side stand is about 1" off the ground, the DKS71 would be the correct choice.

 

DKS11-31-71-02-350

At first glance, it may not be obvious how a side stand fits into Cycle Cat's line of performance products. In fact, adjustments in ride height, and damage caused by racing mishaps, are a part of the world of peformance, and Cycle Cat's KS series rearstands are designed to provide a range of options to address specific requirements, whether brought about through replacement or tuning.

 

The design intent with the DKS 11, 31, and 71 side stands is to address the modifications to ride height made by many owners of S4Rs and superbikes, as well as make it possible to improve the resting angle on many bikes equipped, as stock, with side stands which seem a little too short, resulting in an extreme, and often alarming, attitude for the bike when parked. We wanted to accomplish this with a very strong, very stable solution which was not only lighter than the stock piece, but hopefully, more beautiful as well.

 

To address all of the design criteria, we settled on three products, identical in function, but each of a different length, keeping the engineering simple and elegant. Of course, we included Cycle Cat's proprietary adjustable retraction stop, which enables the user to adjusted the retracted position of the stand, for clearance of aftermarket pipes, or simply, adjustment for rider preference.

 

Which Stand Is Right for You?

The DKS11 is designed for bikes which have been, or will be, lowered. If one has otherwise modified the ride height, and has a stock stand on the bike, place the bike on the stock side stand, then tilt it up to the desired resting angle, making sure to leave its weight on the suspension, as it would normally be at rest. Then, by measuring the space beneath the stock stand and the ground, one can get a good estimate of how much needs to be added to stock length to achieve the preferred resting angle.

 

For example, if the bike is stock, but seems to lean at too extreme an angle, and at the preferred resting angle, the stock side stand is about 1" off the ground, the DKS71 would be the correct choice.