Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Looking for Aftermarket parts and Accessories for your BMW R1200RT/R1250RT or found something useful you want to share? Or just a general question?
Post Reply
User avatar
beemerbaz
Posts: 220
Joined: Sat Jul 26, 2014 10:55 pm
Been liked: 1 time

Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by beemerbaz »

I have one of these on my RT to help protect the front engine casing. Mine was powder coated black to match the bike.

http://www.cymarcbikeparts.co.uk/bmw-r1200rt-front-crud-catcher-53-p.asp

Image



Love my family almost as much as my 90th anniversary RT
guest2360

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by guest2360 »

One thing to ponder about this if fitted to a 2014 model. Behind the front cover on a pre 2014 RT there is not much more than the bottom pully for the alternator. On the 2014 its a wet clutch. Just thinking that it probably relies a little on the air flow over the cover which it wont get with the catcher fitted. For that reason alone I will be looking at a fender extender.
Last edited by guest2360 on Thu Jul 31, 2014 4:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.
User avatar
Maz12
Posts: 436
Joined: Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:38 am

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by Maz12 »

I was thinking the same  and will also go for the Fender Extender
User avatar
Pope
Posts: 205
Joined: Thu Jul 24, 2014 11:46 am

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by Pope »

Belt and Braces.......


Cymark and Exdender working in perfect harmony..


Image
Garage: 2016 BMW R1200RTLE Iconic #26, 2016 Ducati Diavel Titanium, 2015 Ninja H2 missile, 2013 BMW 640d Ragtop, 2014 VeeDub T5 180 Sportline
User avatar
beemerbaz
Posts: 220
Joined: Sat Jul 26, 2014 10:55 pm
Been liked: 1 time

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by beemerbaz »

Had mine on a year now with the Fender Extender also with no issues except a rather cleaner engine [emoji106]
Love my family almost as much as my 90th anniversary RT
User avatar
Steveeung
Posts: 68
Joined: Sun Apr 19, 2015 12:40 am

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by Steveeung »

I have just fitted the same set up to my 1200 LE and haven't ridden it yet (fitted tonight) but it does look as if the extender will hit the crud catcher when the shocks bounce. Will let you know ... :eek:

I notice Pope's pic has the motif RT on it. Mine has nothing but it is made by Cymark.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
RT LE, San Marino Blue, Cee Bailey Screen, Nav IV, Hornig horn, Aux Lights, Michelin Pilot Road 4GT, Crud Deflector, Fender Ext
User avatar
Pope
Posts: 205
Joined: Thu Jul 24, 2014 11:46 am

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by Pope »

Steveeung wrote: I have just fitted the same set up to my 1200 LE and haven't ridden it yet (fitted tonight) but it does look as if the extender will hit the crud catcher when the shocks bounce. Will let you know ... :eek:

I notice Pope's pic has the motif RT on it. Mine has nothing but it is made by Cymark.

No problems with clearances here. And remember, there is very little front dive, due to the Tele-Lever system.


BTW, i asked for the RT logo to be added on mine (no cost option).
Garage: 2016 BMW R1200RTLE Iconic #26, 2016 Ducati Diavel Titanium, 2015 Ninja H2 missile, 2013 BMW 640d Ragtop, 2014 VeeDub T5 180 Sportline
User avatar
Steveeung
Posts: 68
Joined: Sun Apr 19, 2015 12:40 am

Re: Crud Catcher by Cymarc Engineering

Post by Steveeung »

You are so right - works a treat - thanks!    C:-)
RT LE, San Marino Blue, Cee Bailey Screen, Nav IV, Hornig horn, Aux Lights, Michelin Pilot Road 4GT, Crud Deflector, Fender Ext
Post Reply