Evotech Performance release range of Engine Guards

Engine Guards For Ducati Range

Evotech Performance have released a range of engine guards (cylinder head guards) for a number of Ducati Motorbikes. Currently the range covers Ducati models with a particularly exposed area of the engine (motor) but will be expanded to accommodate more bikes and manufacturers in the future. Shown here is the engine guard fitted to a Ducati Hypermotard 821. Ducati Hypermotard 821 Engine Guard

Evotech Performance Design Principles

All of our Evotech Performance products are designed with the same brand philosophies; function and beauty. The main objective of the engine guards is to protect the cylinder head from debris thrown up from the road. The motor guards are CNC machined from aircraft grade aluminium with perforated sections recessed into a chunky surround. EP have used the same hexagonal perforations as found in our radiator and oil cooler guards for complete integration. These perforations are strategically placed so as to allow airflow through the sump guard whilst providing maximum protection. The guards are finished in a durable black powder coat for corrosion resistance and supplied with durable stainless steel fasteners, ensuring a long product life. Ducati Hypermotard 821 engine guard

Ducati Engine Guard Range

Bikes currently included in the range of EP engine guards are as follows: All of our Ducati engine guards can be bought within a set, including radiator and oil cooler guards, ensuring your bike has the best possible protection from road debris and transforming the look of your bike.
Evotech Performance release range of Engine Guards
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