2014 - 2019 RT/RTS/LTD - BumpSkid TM Ultimate protection for your Roadster.
Dual purpose, functions as a bumper and skid plate with the look of a stylish spoiler. Your worries are over, no more expensive paint damage. No more dangerous evasive moves to miss roadkill or tire treads and if a live small critter jumps out in front of you, well you know.
Made from 3/8” black HDPE (High Density Polyethylene), tough and slick. Replaces that tiny skid plate that lets you tear up your body.
It attaches to the lower flexible area for impact absorption without damaging the body. Ground clearance is not a problem due to the thin profile. It protects everything from the nose to the suspension including the leading edge of the frame. There is no interference with servicing or cooling as it covers the bottom of the trunk area only!
The coverage eliminates air drag from the open cavity under the nose. Added down force is created by the spoiler styling.
Very easy to install with all hardware and instructions included and shown below.
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Spyderpops delivers exceptionally well thought out and manufactured, easy to install products. Installation instructions are precise and easy to follow. I would not ride an RT Spyder without one.
What a quality product. Install instructions were fantastic. I should have done this years ago. One word: Great.
Just received the bumpskid and have not yet installed it. However, it appears to be as robust as all of the SpyderPops upgrades I have purchased. Installation looks to be straight forward with excellent instructions
First rate product, sweet install directions, did install while RT was up after sway bar install total time 4 hours.
Happy to have the extra protection
i believe it will save the front end from damage, build strong and easy to install
Received my bump skid and it is great. Cant wait to get it put on. very thick and will provide protection for my spyder.great shipping and price
Good product easy installation pretty pricey
I was quite happy with my original. It did a marvelous job of protecting the nose and lower area from damage until I was riding through a national or state forest in Mississippi. There was a rider and bike on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere so I stopped. Well the drop off at the side of the pavement was much more than usual and the nose dug in. Still, nothing on the front end plastic was badly hurt, the bump skid too the force well but a few pieces cracked and the bottom of the front trunk was broken. The repair cost would have been far worse without the bump skid plate. Oh, and it turns out the rider was out of fuel so I gave him a ride to the next gas station and continued on my ride. I eventually took the time to get all the repairs done but I could wait until I had time because the Bump Skid was there.